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3456701 - Mobile Access is Disabled for Learning but User Can Access LMS on Mobile App via Direct Link

Symptom

Mobile Access is disabled for Learning, but user can still open LMS module on SAP SuccessFactors Mobile Application via direct link generated.

For iOS:

  • Users are taken to the mobile app (no app/browser selection page).

For Android:

  • Users are taken to the mobile browser and is shown the app/browser selection page.
    • If the user selects app, the user is taken to the mobile app.
    • If the user selects browser, the user is taken to the Learning screen.


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Environment

  • SAP SuccessFactors Learning
  • SAP SuccessFactors Mobile App

Product

SAP SuccessFactors Learning all versions

Keywords

mobile, deeplink, learning, LMS, Android, iOS, app, application, sf, successfactors, direct, link, iPad, iPhone, Learning, direct link
, KBA , LOD-SF-LMS-MOB , Mobile Application Issues Only , Problem

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