Refer to the exhibit.
A company has created a compliance policy with the following rules:
Recently, the Android device was marked as non-compliant. The VMware Workspace ONE UGM administrator found that the Facebook application was installed on the device and that a passcode was not present. However, after the user removed the Facebook app and created a device passcode, the Android device still shows as non-compliant in the VMware Workspace ONE UEM console. Other devices within this organization all show as compliant.
Which two root causes could possibly cause this problem? (Choose two.)
The two root causes that could possibly cause this problem are that the device has not checked in with the Workspace ONE UEM tenant, and that the Policy Engine Service is not running.The device check-in is a process that updates the device status and information in the Workspace ONE UEM console3. If the device has not checked in with the Workspace ONE UEM tenant, it will not receive the latest compliance policy or report its compliance status. The Policy Engine Service is a service that evaluates and enforces compliance policies on devices. If the Policy Engine Service is not running, it will not be able to detect or remediate non-compliant devices. The administrator should check and resolve any issues with device check-in and Policy Engine Service.