EMM (Enterprise Mobility Management) tools are used to, among other things, install apps, track, locate and manage mobile devices, and sync files on a device with those on a server. All operations are performed remotely regardless of the carrier or service provider.
In the case of Endpoint Protection, you can use an EMM compatible with the Android Enterprise features (previously Android for Work) to install the app and integrate it into the Android devices to protect.
To do that, you'll have to configure the following two parameters in your EMM tool:
Enter the URL displayed in the installation window (in Generate installation URL), after selecting the group that you want to integrate the device into:
The name assigned to the device will be different depending on the option you select (True or False). The default option is False.
If you select this option, a name will be automatically assigned to the device. This name will be the one displayed in the Endpoint Protection Web console, and will have the following format:
In this case, you will have to enter the name that you want to assign to the device.
Downloading the Endpoint Protection app
You can download the app here.