CoIP Platform allows you to specify the hostname and MAC address of a user's machine; these will be checked when a user logs on to CoIP Launcher, and any login will be rejected if these factors do not match. This allows you to restrict access to known endpoints, such as a corporate laptop.
This requirement is configurable at the User Role level, enabling you to define specific user roles that have more sensitive requirements.
To specify hostname and MAC address for a user, you should first associate the required values with the user by entering them in the user's Trust Factors field, accessible by editing the user in Onboarding and Management > Users.
Once you have configured these values, you may create a User Role to associate with these users, selecting "Enable user MAC address and hostname check".
When enabling an Access Policy, access granted based on that User Role; this will require users to log in from an endpoint device with matching trust factors in order to be authorized for the Access Policy.