Samsung Galaxy Phones

Can you anyone tell me or direct me where I can get a software or any other means to centrally manage Samsung Galaxy phones our company gives to its workers? For instance, I want to be setup email account on the unit without physically having the unit. I know Blackberry does have something of that sort and was wondering if I can get something like for samsung galaxy phones.
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Nana ColeAsked:
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pnadonCommented:
I haven't seen anything that will give you that much control, but Mobile Device Manager Plus from ManageEngine is one a growing groups of products/services that seems to do everything else. Please note that I haven't used the product.

https://www.manageengine.com/mobile-device-management/android-management.html

Microsoft's Configuration Manager is another one.

This article points out some things to look out for when choosing a mobile device management product or service: http://www.computerworld.com/article/2486767/mobile-device-management/how-to-choose-the-right-enterprise-mobility-management-tool.html
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StuartTechnical Architect - CloudCommented:
For a MDM platform - Airwatch and Good for Enterprise will give you this functionality however someone will have to be at the handset for the initial setup (Install certificates onto the device) you can provision a device centrally and give the users instruction on how to setup their emails individually.

You could utilize Active Sync which is built into Exchange (presuming you use Exchange) where users can configure mail using autodiscover (email address and password). Active Sync also allows you to manage certain elements of the mobile device such as password enforcement
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KimputerCommented:
The free less advanced option would be:

Install Teamviewer Quicksupport on those phones (note this app is not free, but Samsung licensed it for most of their Galaxy phones, usually the slightly more expensive handsets, so for Samsung users it IS FREE).
On your own server or PC, install the regular Teamviewer.
Have the user start Teamviewer QS, en tell you the number. You input the number in your teamviewer, and wait for the phone user to allow you to take over.

As you can see, the user needs to give you permission (every time, every session). But as you can see with the expensive enterprise solutions above, the users needs to be present as well.
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