Originally Posted by zAlbee
That sounds like a terrible decision on the app maker's part. Imagine if Outlook checked that you had Administrator rights on Windows and then refused to run. I wonder if you temp unroot with voodoo root keeper, etc, would that work?
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It's actually a setting that is enabled by the Administrator of the GOOD server, not a default setting designed by application maker.
Your analogy about Outlook checking for Administrator rights is not too far fetched. I've seen many deployments in the industry where employees do not have administrative rights to the pc/laptops/machines that their company gives them to use. The last thing you want is an employee accidentally installing something malicious that affects everyone on the network.
Originally Posted by anil76
I have been using good on my rooted devices for about an yr (galaxy s and gnex) without any issue. Probably its not enforced by my sys administrator.
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Yea, it's a setting that your system administrator must enable, I just confirmed it with my IT Support team.