No, it's private. You can mange the device, but you cannot affect apps in the personal side. hence it's private
COPE is not great and is changing a bit come Android 11.
Good evening, everyone,
thank you for your answer.
So I ran some tests and thanks also to the web I realized that it is essential after creating a blacklist or a whitelist to reapply the application control profile.
In this way I was able to block the installation of apps on the personal profile of the device.
It is important that the profile is set by flagging to ""Where would you like to apply application control on Corporate Owned Personally Enabled devices?" only "Work Managed Device" and blacklisted app blocking.
I add that instead to distribute apps on your personal profile you need to do it as private apps, among other things if they are apps on Play Store will update without having to manage them from console.
Yep, COPE is tricky and not a truly supported AE config. Hence the changes coming in Android 11.
AE never intended a fully managed device having a work profile on it as well. So things get dicey.
Indeed, the behaviour of AE with COPE is not very clear. For the moment I'm still working on devices with Android 9 and they'll be switching to Android 10 soon.
So on Android 11 I still haven't informed myself enough about it yet, could you tell me where I can get information about the new features of AE in Android 11 ?