Application symbols

The identity platform displays symbols in the application icon shown in the user portal and in the Practice Protect application on the device. For example, if you set the application for use when the user is on the organization’s intranet only, the blocked symbol is added to the icon.

The symbols displayed in the user portal have the following meaning:

Symbol

What it means

The key symbol means that the application is tagged as a gateway application but the assigned user is not logging in from within the corporate firewall.

The blocked symbol means that users cannot access the application. This would happen, for example, when the user logs in from outside the organization’s intranet when the application’s policy says that it is intranet-only.

The puzzle-piece symbol means that users must install the Centrify Browser Extension in their browser to run the application. See How to install the Centrify Browser Extension for the details.

The shared symbol means that users never have to enter any log in credentials to access the application. The identity platform recognizes the shared credentials configuration and automatically logs users in using those credentials.

On devices, the following symbols are used:

Symbol

What it means

User name and password setting is required.

Users tap this symbol to enter or modify the user name and password they use to log in to this application

Blocked. The user cannot open this application from the device.

This symbol indicates that the application is not supported on the device’s web browser.

Blocked. You cannot open this application from your device.

This symbol indicates that the application is only available when the user is logged in from a computer or device that is on the organization’s network.

Shared app.

Indicates that users do not need to enter any log in credentials to access the application. The system administrator has configured for all users to use the same log in credentials, so the identity platform automatically logs users in using those credentials.

Updated on April 18, 2018

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