Manually Verified Devices
Twingate allows admins to manually verify devices using the Admin Console or API. There are two types of manual device verification:
- Serial number verification: Any device that matches a particular serial number will be considered verified. This is recommended for most cases.
- Device instance verification: On the rare case that a device doesn’t have a unique serial number or doesn’t have a serial number at all, verifying a device instance is recommended. This means that only this user-device combination is verified and any devices with the same serial number will not be considered verified.
Serial numbers can be verified by uploading them on the Devices > Serial Numbers tab
Serial numbers can be bulk uploaded both before and after devices have signed into Twingate, allowing admins to either pre-verify devices or quickly update their verification status.
The option for a device to be device instance verified is provided when verifying a device on the Devices tab, and also on a specific device’s details page.
What happens when a device does not have a serial number? Devices with no serial number can be device instance verified but not serial number verified.
Can I verify archived or blocked devices? Yes. Archived and blocked devices can be manually verified. Similarly, manual verification is retained when a device is archived or blocked.
What happens if I verify the serial number of a device instance verified device? In this scenario, the device will now be considered a serial number verified device.
What happens if I verify the serial number of a device instance verified device then delete that serial number? The device will no longer be considered verified. The device will not be returned to its previous device instance verified state.
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