WS1 UEM API: Integer Profile Status mapping

When using the Workspace ONE UEM API it shows on some Profile API calls a status as an integer. To unterstand and match that number to the status you will learn in this Blog Post what the numeric value means und see a small description:

Sample API Call

To get the list of profiles for a single device the following API call can be used “https://{{API}}/API/mdm/devices/{{DeviceID}}/profiles” with the GET method. Just replace the {{API}} with you Workspace ONE UEM API Server and the {{DeviceID}} with your DeviceID.

When Executing it you see the status in numeric values (“3” in my case) , to understand what this means there is a table of the known status IDs for Profiles.

Matching Status ID to Status Name

Here the Details on the ID to match the Status Name, which is displayed in the UEM Admin Console and some Description for the Status meaning

Status ID (API)Status name (GUI)Description
“1”“PendingInstall”Profile is sent to the device but not yet installed, might be due to Device not online
“2”“UnconfirmedInstall”Profile install is done, but confirmation is not yet reported to UEM
“3”“ConfirmedInstall”Profile is installed and Installation is successful
“4”“PendingRemoval”Profile removal command is sent to the device but not yet removed, might be due to Device not online
“5”“UnconfirmedRemoval”Profile removal is started, but confirmation is not yet reported to UEM
“6”“ConfirmedRemoval”Profile is removed from the device successful
“7”“PendingInformation”pending Information means UEM is missing Information like S/MIME Certs from CredentialsEscrow Gateway , so the profile can not be sent to the device and UEM waits for the CEG to deliver the Certs
“8”“NotSupported”The Profile assigned to the Device is not Supported in this status or management mode.
“9”“Corrupted”Status data is not matching , status is unknown.

With that table in mind it is easy to understand the values and you can run your API calls against WS1 UEM.

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