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  1. Name Column - "First Name iPhone" - Change to full UPN name (MDM)

    The name column gives devices names "Tony's iPhone" and "Tony's iPad"... I have not seen it yet but I imagine other persons name Tony will have the same device name... This is not very useful, no?

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  2. We need a demo/presentation of Intune

    We need a demo/presentation of Intune.

    Do you have a reference implementation with Telecom service provider ?

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  3. 950XL enrolled into intune but intune cannot identify its operating system

    I have my 950XL enrolled into intune but it cannot shows up on the all device list. I can found it under my user's device list but I found that it cannot identify the operating system. So is it a bug or something need to be updated? I have checked on the company portal app and I can get this device on the list and also able to rename it.

    BTW, rename the device on the app looks like not able to reflect on the intune admin system. Is there any plan to make it sync?

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  4. allow two seperate on prem exchange organizations and active directories to the same intune account

    I have two active directory domains and two on prem exchange orgs. Both my companies are on my same EA agreement. There is a two way transitive trust between the two domains and they both sync to my one azure ad. I need to manage them both through intune. This is stopping the roll out of 550 global devices on windows 10 mobile to replace blackberry and 150 BYOD devices on Good.

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  5. Can you get OS X device management to work?

    I've just enrolled an OS X device into Intune and Intune isn't recognizing that it's a Mac. Strangely, a new device did show up, but the Name and Operating System fields are blank.
    As far as I can tell Intune isn't really a fully baked product which is a real bummer, even the support folks I talk to scratch their heads and are a bit clueless.
    :(

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  6. Deploy intune Enterprise on device with their IMEI saved in O365

    When user connect to O365 to synce email, MS save IMEI of the smartphone....O365 is also able to wipe device....so does O365 can push intune portail on device registered.....
    I don't speak of "conditional access"....
    I want an automated installation of Intune portal on my devices.
    Thank you

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  7. Enroll Black Berry Z10 devices with BES12 process but block direct device enrollment through Active Sync

    Customer Uses Stand Alone Intune for their Office 365 MDM Authority with Conditional Access with iOS and Android devices.

    Customer also has a BlackBerry BES12 MDM Authority on premise and has added the Black Berry users (who use BB Z10 devices) to their Exemption list allowing them to enroll devices with ActiveSync to access mailboxes on Office 365.

    Customer would like to see a way to enroll their Black Berry Z10 devices through the BES12 process but block direct device enrollment through Active Sync while allowing their iPhones and Android devices to still enroll through Intune added as functionality.

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  8. Adding users to Mobile Device Management Issue - Enrollment Problems

    Hi

    We are in the process of setting up Office 365 Mobile Device Management. We've created a MDM policy, created a security group and associated this group with the newly created MDM policy. We have added about 10 users to run as a pilot test.

    There has been a number of scenarios which have occurred whilst setting end user devices up.


    1. Add the user to the security group associated against MDM policy. The user receives the enrollment email, and email stos syncing with Office 365 mailbox on device until they successfully complete the enrollment process

    This is what you expect…

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  9. Looking for Complex password setup in our organisation which includes Alphanumeric and special charcters.

    Looking for Complex password setup in our organisation which includes Alphanumeric and special charcters. Rigth now we just have strong PIN to define. Can we get this option?

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  10. Option to disable renaming mobile device

    Renaming mobile devices is great for user experience, but in some scenarios it will be great that default name should be not allowed for easy recognition from administrator side.

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  11. We would like to be able to wipe EAS profiles on devices remotely using selective wipe

    We'd like to be able to remove EAS profiles from mobile devices that are associated with the user / device that we are retiring from Intune. Currently this works only with iOS, and only if the profile was pushed down as part of policy. We'd like to be able to remotely wipe EAS profiles created by the user in the native mail app, based upon the domain name when doing remote selective wipe. Currently the only option is either the 15-step Exchange, export, delete, re-sync, block, change password option, or the full wipe, which customers will not tolerate.

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  12. Remember user password when registering a device.

    When you register a device you enter your AD credentials. It would then be great if Intune could remember that password and re-use it when deploying Exchange, VPN and Wi-Fi-profiles with authentication method username and password.
    This is a feature we used in our previous EMM-solution and it was a great user experience not having to enter your password several times.

    22 votes
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  13. Outlook Mobile should be part of Selective Wipe

    Outlook Mobile should have company data wiped with Selective Wipe feature.

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  14. Unable to remove a user from O365 MDM

    After testing O365 MDM, we removed all policies, devices and users from the MDM group that was created for testing. However, 6 months later, the test user is still being prompted to enroll in MDM when logging into OneDrive for Business app on any mobile device. I opened a support ticket and they put the user back into the MDM group and put the group into the global MDM policies exception list. That stopped the alerts to the user to enroll but said that you cannot remove a user from O365 MDM once they have been enrolled previously. So now…

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    Hi, Glen, I talked to our engineering team and they said that doesn’t sound right – if you take the user out of the group, the policy should not be applied and the user should not get prompted to enroll. (And much as we’d love you to buy Intune, we don’t want you to do it just to resolve this issue!)

    Would you be able to give me the support case number so I can look into this?

  15. 2n1 devices should have policy that applies differently to each mode for that device

    With devices like the surface they are used in two modes.

    When being used in Tablet Mode, we may want to have a more mobile centric policy, such as, screen lock in 5 minutes or less.

    Whereas, in Computer / Desktop mode, we would want the timeout to be 30 minutes or less.

    The system needs to understand that these devices work in two modes and have a policy that applies differently to each mode for that device.

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  16. LG GATE

    Is there some timeline to support all LG GATE functions like with Android for Work or Samsung KNOX?

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  17. It would be great if all OS's behave in the same manner with app delivery \ installations.

    It would be great if all OS's behave in the same manner - ie; web apps on all devices will install as a icon on the home \ app screen. From a customer \ support \ documentation point of view - it will be confusing for users to have one experience on a Android & a completely different experience to access the same app via iOS \ WP.

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  18. Update AD msds-isManaged flag or delete on premise device when device is remote wiped

    Enterprise customers leveraging AD Connect with Device Write back and ADFS for Access Control cannot block authentication from devices removed from Intune because it does not update Azure AD when the device is Remote Wiped.

    When a device is wiped in the Intune console, Azure AD should receive an update indicating that the device is no longer managed, this should sync to on-premise. Alternatively, the device object should be removed form Azure AD deleting the object from the On-Premise AD as well.

    This way, a compromised device cannot successfully authenticate to ADFS even though the admin has remote/wiped the device.

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  19. Hybrid Exchange on-prem and Office 365 deployments no longer supported with Intune?

    It seems that hybrid deployments of Exchange and Office 365 are no longer supported together in the latest version of Intune- we are currently doing an Intune rollout moving from Mobile Iron but now there is no support for using on premise and Office 365 outlook connectors- we were planning on moving to fully Office 365 but now this has hampered our migration strategy going forward.

    Are you currently developing this?
    Is there a release date?

    Thank you
    James

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  20. mobile device fingerprint integration with Active Directory

    for corporate users with ADFS and Intune MDM, it would be great if we could move away from users having to regularly (weekly) enter their AD credentials and start using their fingerprint on devices where fingerprint reading is supported.

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