The “App Compliance” configuration is used to set a White-/Blacklist on your devices. Those lists will make sure that your users only use the apps you allowed them to. If you blacklist apps the user won’t be able to install them from any kind of source.
Here you can configure e-mail accounts and enable them. You can fill in the e-mail address, an account description or name as well as choose IMAP or POP as a type. You also can set the incoming and outgoung mail server configurations like passwords, hostnames, portnumbers and synchronisation settings.
Here you can enable and configure Exchange accounts and set rights and authentification settings. You can also use the Secure Mail Gateway as an Exchange proxy instead of the actual Exchange server.
The Windows passcode policy forces the user to set a specific password according to the passcode settings defined by the administrator. There are multiple password strengths you can define for the password the users have to set. The passcode quality is the first step. Besides that you can define the minimum length, passcode age, the time to display lock, passcode history and the number of failed attempts until the device is completely wiped and all data is deleted.
The restrictions configuration is used to allow or disallow some features of the operating system. There are a lot of restriction categories like connectivity or security. For example it is possible to disable the camera on the device. All apps which try to access the camera will not be allowed to use it anymore if the checkbox “Allow camera” is unchecked.