Allow beta, 1st party, and 3rd party app whitelisting for Groups in addition to users
When Box launches a beta for a feature, we can now opt-in to the beta directly from the Admin Console - which is great!
Currently there are 4 options to enable:
-- Enable for all managed users
-- Enable for select managed users (whitelist)
-- Enable for all managed users except specific users (blacklist)
-- Disable for all managed users
This request is to allow admins to select Groups for the whitelist in addition to Users which are already supported.
AdminJacques van der Merwe (Admin, Box) commented
To add further detail: Where companies develop applications that only a sub-section of the user community should be allowed to use, this mechanism should allow for the installation for that sub community to deploy BUT also allow the Admin's to undeploy for set of users, because it is common for people to change role and no longer requiring that access.
I've been waiting since 2010 for this feature
Matt Royal commented
This is very important in Higher Ed, where our institutions essentially span multiple industries. There are plenty of apps we'd be happy to approve for students that we might not approve for, say, a medical researcher. The all-or-nothing approach leaves us able to approve very few apps.
AdminAdam Liranzo (Admin, Box) commented
No app integration groups, it's either all of your users or none. This makes testing thing like Box Drive difficult if anyone can download it.
Box User commented
This should have been implemented from Day 1. Still waiting on this.
Alana Venos commented
Provide more granular permissions for mobile Apps, i.e. per-Group or per-User Available, Disabled, Enabled by Default.
For security reasons, we would like to enforce that documents opened in O365 and other tools can only be saved to Box.
AdminChristopher Drubka (Admin, Box) commented
This request is specific to controlling applications and integrations by group. For example, an admin should be able to permit whether a group (or user) can use certain applications/integrations.
Samara Rice commented
Once an organization develops an application the only way to distribute it broadly is to publish it (making it available for all Box users) and then to enable it by default for all managed users.
It would be ideal if there was a way to make the application default on to a sub set of managed users without having to make it publicly available.