Custom policy execution reporting
Updated over a week ago

On, we discussed creating or updating a custom policy (macOS only 01/2024).

If there is an error in the custom policy, this error information is an async process. The policy installation process does not give Swif the error directly. After a custom policy is installed on a device, it returns an error message to Swif. For example, if a requested field is missing in a profile, it will not be installed on the device.

You can view such custom policy execution reports on the Policy > Report tab.

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