To manage WARP settings and device connectivity preferences, navigate to Settings > Devices on the Teams Dashboard.
When the toggle is enabled, users will be able to make changes to the WARP client configuration if they have a one-time password. When the toggle is disabled, no one-time passwords are generated, and the users will not be able to change the client's configuration.
Device enrollment permissions
Cloudflare for Teams allows you to establish which users in your organization can enroll new devices or revoke access to connected devices. To do that, you can create a device enrollment rule on the Teams Dashboard:
- Click Manage in the Device enrollment permissions card.
- In the rule builder, configure one or more rules to define who can enroll or revoke devices.
- Set a session duration. Once the session expires, users will be asked to log in when attempting to connect a device.
- Click Save.
Captive portal detection
Captive Portal detection is the ability for the WARP client to detect a third-party onboarding flow before Internet access is obtained. This is most frequent in places such as airports, cafes, and hotels.
When the toggle is enabled, the WARP client will automatically turn off when it detects a captive portal, and it will automatically turn on after the amount of time you specify in the card.
- Navigate to Settings > Network.
- Scroll down to L7 Firewall.
- Set the Proxy switch to Enabled.