The following examples illustrate common policy event scenarios.
Authentication not requested because the user recently authenticated successfully
When performing an action that normally requires authentication, a user is not requested to authenticate (Action: Approve) because they already authenticated within the time stated in the policy (Rule Met: "Time since user's last authentication: 2 minutes".
The policy does not support the specific mobile device. Authentication is denied to a user attempting to sign on using a device that is no longer supported (Device Model: Moto E with 4G LTE (2nd Gen); Authentication Successful: No; Policies not Met: Device model not supported).
When pairing a device, an authentication action policy event entry is displayed after the pairing attempt entry. Pairing event shows successful pairing of an iPhone 6S (Device Paired "iPhone 6S" Status=SUCCESS. Authentication event shows New Device: true).
A user's attempt to pair with an iPhone 6 fails, because the device is not supported. The event type (Pairing Details) indicates Device Model: iPhone 6S, Policies not Met: Device model not supported.