You can define these policy settings only for Android devices.
Kaspersky Security Center Web Console enables you to configure user access to the following features of mobile devices:
By default, the user can use Wi-Fi, camera, and Bluetooth on the device without restrictions.
To configure the Wi-Fi, camera, and Bluetooth usage restrictions on the device:
On devices running Android 10.0 or later, prohibiting the use of Wi-Fi networks is not supported.
On devices running Android 10.0 or later, the use of the camera cannot be completely prohibited.
On devices running Android 11 or later, Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android must be set as an Accessibility feature. Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Android prompts the user to set the app as an Accessibility feature through the Initial Configuration Wizard. The user can skip this step or disable this service in the device settings at a later time. If this is the case, you will not be able to restrict use of the camera.
On Android 12 or later, the use of Bluetooth can be disabled only if the device user granted the Nearby Bluetooth devices permission. The user can grant this permission during the Initial Configuration Wizard or at a later time.
Mobile device settings are configured after the next device synchronization with Kaspersky Security Center.Page top