View and manage your company-owned device inventory

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As an administrator, you can review a list of devices your organization owns. You can also get details about each device, including the serial number and if the device is assigned to a user. 

Before you begin

Add devices that your company owns to the inventory. For steps, see Add company-owned devices to the inventory.

Open the company-owned devices list

  1. Sign in to your Google Admin console.

    Sign in using your administrator account (does not end in

  2. In the Admin console, go to Menu and then Devicesand thenMobile and endpointsand thenCompany-owned inventory.
  3. To get more information about a specific device, click the device. For details, see View device details.
  4. To sort the list by a table column, click the column header.

What you see in the list

Information Description
Serial number Serial number of the device. 
Import date

Date the device was imported into your Admin console.

Type Device type. For example, Android. 
Asset tag Asset tag or ID that’s assigned to the device.

Whether the device is assigned to a user. Possible values: Assigned, unassigned.

A device is assigned when a user adds their corporate account to the device. To see who a device is assigned to, click the device. For company owned Chrome devices to be assigned, the device must be enrolled in Chrome Enterprise. For details, see Enroll Chrome OS devices.

Devices that are only under fundamental management always appear as unassigned, even if a user signs in to the device. To see who is using the device, open the list of laptop and desktop devices and search for devices that are under fundamental management. For details, see View laptop and desktop device details.

Find specific devices

You can search for a device from the devices list. In the top right, enter a search term in the search bar and click Search . For example, to search for a specific type of device, enter the model.

If you want to see more information about a specific device, click the device name. For details, see View mobile device details.

Search tips

  • Enter each search term as a single word with no spaces. Or, enter several words in quotes (with spaces between the words) for exact phrases.
  • Searches are not case-sensitive.
  • When you search for words and phrases, all fields are searched. 
  • The system treats punctuation marks and symbols as spaces. For example, searching for is the same as searching for "admin example com".

Filter the devices list

  1. From the devices list, under the Devices heading, click Add a filter.
  2. Take one of the following approaches:
    • Select a category to filter the list by (serial number or status)and thenselect an option or enter the filter textand thenclick Apply.
    • Start typing the serial number and click the Serial number filter.
  3. (Optional) To see more information about a specific device, click the device name.

Get enrollment details for iOS devices

From the company-owned devices list, click the iOS device you want more information about.

You only see information that's available for the device.

Information Description
Setup mode

How the device is enrolled for management, whether supervised or unsupervised. Learn more about supervised mode.

Value can be:

  • Supervised
  • Unsupervised
  • UnknownThis state can occur when a device was previously assigned to a different MDM server in Apple Business Manager or Apple School Manager and hasn't re-enrolled for Google endpoint management.
Device details

How the device details were entered in the company owned inventory.

Value can be:

  • Entered by admin
  • Synced to Apple Business Manager
Device assigned by The email address of the account that assigned the device in Apple Business Manager or Apple School Manager.  
Device family The Apple product family of the device.
Model The model of the device.
Operating system The operating system of the device.
Profile assigned When the MDM configuration profile was assigned to the device in Apple Business Manager or Apple School Manager. 
Profile sent to device When the MDM configuration profile was sent to the device.
Profile status

The status of the MDM configuration profile in Apple Business Manager or Apple School Manager.

Value can be:

  • Assigned—A profile is assigned to the device, but not yet pushed to the device.
  • Sent to device—The profile was sent to the device.
  • Removed from device—The profile was removed from the device.
  • No profile assigned—The device was recently assigned to the MDM server and a profile isn't assigned to it yet. A profile is automatically assigned a few minutes after the device is assigned to the MDM server, but it can take up to 4 hours for this value to update in Google Admin console.

Delete a device

Note: Don't delete company-owned iOS devices directly from the Devices list. If you do, the device could end up in unsupervised mode and won't respect any supervised mode settings. Instead, go to Apple Business Manager or Apple School Manager and remove the device. On the next sync with Google, the devices list in the Admin console is updated and the device is removed. Learn more

When you delete a mobile device, the device stops syncing corporate data, but no information is removed from it. If you want to remove corporate data from the device, wipe the account or device before you delete it. For details, see Remove corporate data from a mobile device.

To remove a device from your company-owned device inventory, select the device and click Delete.

View audit info

To get a report of activities on a device, select the device and click Moreand thenView audit info. For example, you can see if a device is compliant with your organization’s policies. For details, see Devices audit log.

Download a list of devices 

You can download a list of your company-owned devices to a CSV file. It lists all device details, including the serial number and import date. If you have many company-owned devices, the download can be slow.

To download your device list, open the company-owned device list and click Download .

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