I work as product manager at a company with a BYOD policy. We have to enroll our smartphones to a Mobile Device Manager (MDM) / Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) platform in order to secure it and have it managed. In our case it is AirWatch. Whenever I try to connect / enroll it, I get the message that the FP2 is not a trusted device (in dutch: ‘verdachte toestellen zijn verboden’).
I am not sure that it may be a very stringent policy issue of my employer, that can not be enforced on a FP2, or that it has something to do with something else on the FP2. I would need MDM/Airwatch to get my corporate data on my phone.
I agree with Arvil that it’s a Airwatch (configuration) issue. My phone has been successfully registered to Airwatch MDM without any problems.
Suppose your device has not yet been rooted (as Airwatch denies imho rooted devices)?
I am using Airwatch with Airwatch inbox for some time now and that perfectly works fine. I did a short test with MobileIron as well and seemed to work too. So no issues using EMM/MDM. By the way: I am using Lookout as extra security endpoint app and having no issues there either…