Navigating the Devices section of the ConcealBrowse dashboard Navigating the Devices section of the ConcealBrowse dashboard

Navigating the Devices section of the ConcealBrowse dashboard


This guide will go over the Devices tab in the ConcealBrowse dashboard and explain what it holds and what options are available to you.



Register New Device

  1. In your web browser navigate to and login if necessary.
  2. On the left side menu, click the tab labeled Devices.
  3. Here you will see a list of all devices. To register a new device you will click the button Register New Device.
  4. This will bring up the Site ID and the Company ID which are needed to register the device. You can copy these values by clicking the copy icon. These values will be used during deployment.
  5. You will see all successful registered devices here. There are a few different options on how to list and sort the devices.
    - Sort Devices: You have 4 different sorting options
    - All: Will show all devices, enabled and disabled.
    - Enabled: Only enabled devices
    - Disabled: Only disabled devices
    - Toggle between list and grid view

  6. If you have multiple devices that take up more than one page, you can click the arrows to navigate to previous and next pages, and also choose how many devices you want listed per page.

Manage Devices

Devices will be grouped around the Unique Machine ID that we currently see in the dashboard
which will either be extracted from the device or auto generated. To better identify the device, there are three potential “asset labels” that may be associated with it.
• The user the device is associated with (if available)
• The host name of the device
• An asset ID if the organization uses them and/or decides to set one (this can be the
Unique Machine ID)

Under each device, the administrator also has the ability to view the different Profiles set for
that device. A profile may be different browsers installed on the machine (Chrome, Edge, Brave,
etc.) or it may be a profile created under the individual browser (Work, Personal, Demo. etc.).

  1. On the device, the color of the device reflects the status of the device. A green computer icon with a check mark indicates the device has the extension on and authenticated. A red computer icon with an X indicates that the extension was at one time deployed to the device, but it is now uninstalled through your deployment solution.
  2. To delete the device, click Delete. Follow the prompt to confirm or cancel the action. Deleting a device will remove the extension from the device's browser.
  3. You can also follow this process in the list view.

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