Miradore contains a notification system that notifies administrators of issues that require their attention.
There are different kinds of notifications and they are configurable so you can decide which type of issues or events you want to be notified about. Service updates and alerts are an obvious source for notifications but some environments require also notifications of discrepancies between security policies and the managed devices. For example, some devices may not have a passcode set, or an Android device may have been rooted.
The easiest way to detect these devices is to use notifications, i.e. to get an automatic notification if such a device is found. Device notifications are shown in the Notifications center (icon on the top-right corner of the screen) and sent to you in an email if you have enabled that option.
You can find a list of all notifications under My settings > Notification settings in Miradore, where you can also enable or disable each of the notifications. More detailed information about the notifications is shown in the tooltips.
Configuring device notifications
Navigate first to My settings by clicking your account menu (user icon ) on upper right corner of the screen and select My settings.
On the My settings page, scroll down to the bottom of the screen and you will find Notification settings. Click Edit.
Select the issues you would like to be notified of and click Save.
Notifications of the selected issues will now be shown in the Notifications center (the exclamation mark top-right corner of the screen) and sent to you in an email if you have selected the option.