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  1. show all deployments on a group

    Please give us a view about all deployment on a Group. That would be helpful when you like to delete a group. Like when you move from testing to Production for all the deployments like police or Apps...
    just to be sure you have all moved to Production in Example.
    There is no control at the moment, also when you delete the Group there is no message that says "hey you still have deployment xyz on that group"

    thank you

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  2. Allow change app category for MSfB Apps in Intune

    Allow change app category for MSfB Apps in Intune - so that the IT admin can change the app category that are shown from MSfB. Most apps from MSfB has "Other apps" as a category, and this will be shown in the company portal. So the end-user will get many apps from MSfB in the other apps category insted of where they belongs.

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  3. When you import a App from iTunes/GooglePlay/WinPhone Store, import logo, app name, owner

    When you import a App from iTunes Store (managed app) or Google Play Store, or Windows Phone Store, it would be nice, if Intune can import the App Logo, the App Name and the App Description and the Owner of the App from the diffrent stores. It would save lots of time by creating an appstore for a customer.

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  4. Uninstall Win32 app dependencies

    Dependency are generally not uninstalled when uninstalling the parent package. This may be OK in some cases but prevents the use of dependencies in many others.

    Think of components like
    - a configuration package
    - a main install package

    We might add the main install package as a dependency to the configuration package so that it would be installed before the configuration.
    This would allow for a simple changing of the main package version without touching the configuration and multiple configuration packages using the same main package.
    But what if I want to uninstall the application?
    Uninstall of the main…

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  5. Software Publisher tool for Mac OS

    Currently it is not possible to publish apps using a Mac OS device because the Software Publishing tool is not compatible with Mac OS (Intune standalone obviously). This is a major blocker in a Mac only environment.

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  6. Inject SCCM packaged applications into Intune

    We should be able to inject SCCM package apps into Intune - in a scenario where the client/customer is transitioning from on-premise to cloud-only. We should be able to inject the applications already packaged into Intune.

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  7. Send mail to admin when user install non-compliant app

    Be able to get the non-compliant app report by email. Now we have to login every time we want to see the status.

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  8. Able to deploy O365 Pro Plus locally instead of downloading the whole package.

    When I was trying to deploy O365 Pro Plus using Office Deployment 2016, it caused the whole package to be upload to InTune storage (approx. 1.5GB for 32 bits only). So if a local user is trying to install O365 Pro Plus from InTune, then he will be using the internet bandwidth to get the installation completed instead of pointing to his local deployment storage to obtain the software. I have tried a few methods and the only one that seems to work is to upload everything to InTune to create the Apps.

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  9. Allow Deployment of Apps to Device Groups

    It would be useful to be able to deploy certain apps to Company devices only and not to Personal devices - or to have some apps required by Corporate devices, but only available to Personal devices.

    The most logical place would be to allow deployment to device groups, but a way to crease a dynamic user group from a device group could also work.

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  10. Ability to arrange order that Apps, Configurations and Powershell are run / deployed

    Alternatively be able to specify a delay in time on the above mentioned items would also do the trick and may be simpler to manage and implement.

    Also the ability to re-run Powershell commands would be a nice touch

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  11. Enable elevated priviliges for Win32 app installation in user context

    Need the ability to install apps in user context mode with elevated privileges for Win32 Apps

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  12. App deployment for iOS - grey out device groups

    While setting up app deployment for iOS devices using managed apps I could not get the apps to show up in the company website.

    The issue was that I had deployed the apps to a DEVICE group instead of a USER group.

    If app deployment is a per user configuration, could you add a warning or grey out the device groups when adding a managed iOS app as it will never be available when the user logs into the company website unless it assigned to a group the user is in. That has taken me a couple hours of support…

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    Yeah, that’s a good idea. I’m going to move this to the ideas forum to be considered there. I’m also going to make a duplicate of this that says "add documentation about . .. " and assign it to the documentation category. Our writers are awesome about picking up stuff like this, so at least in the short term we should be able to make that more clear.

  13. support for EAppxBundle

    Include the support for EAppxBundle app format, so that such apps like AirServer can be deployed via Intune.

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  14. Use the MSI ProductCode when detecting if an Application is "deployed" or not

    Currently Intune only checks the MSI ProductCode to detect if an application is installed.

    As a result newer versions of the MSI (with the same ProductCode but different ProductVersion value) will be detected as installed and Intune will not attempt to install the newer version. The workaround is to package updates within a compiled bat or powershell file in order for them to be deployed but this gets complicated very quickly.

    https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa370037%28v=vs.85%29.aspx

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  15. Allow apps to be blocked/ uninstalled via category

    In Intune blocking the public store is extremely restrictive, however having to add each app individually to the business store and then setting the app rule individually is extremely tedious.

    There has to be a way to restrict applications via category e.g 'Games' 'Social'

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  16. Remove or modify default app categories

    Since the default app categories are generic and don't meet our needs. It would be great if we could delete or modify those categories, because we will not be using them and it just clutters the list that we will be creating.

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  17. Allow deployment of an application config file when deploying software

    With Intune in the Classic (Silverlight) portal we were able to 'Include additional files and subfolders from the same folder' when uploading an application to Intune.

    This is no longer possible when deploying MSIs to PCs managed via the MDM channel in the Azure portal.

    This is important because we would like to be able to deploy centralized configuration files to users' PCs with some of our applications. At the moment we can achieve this by continuing to use the Classic portal, however we are considering migrating to the MDM channel for modern management and it would be painful to…

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  18. Intune reports, that android app couldn't be installed on windows and iOS

    Intune reports, that an Android App has failed to install on iOS, Windows and Windows Phone Devices ... Is there no check if the app can be installed there?

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  19. Add the checkbox to remove Teams from the built-in Office 365 ProPlus Suite (Windows 10) app within Intune

    Add the checkbox to remove Teams from the built-in Office 365 ProPlus Suite (Windows 10) app within Intune

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  20. Add ability to filter out personal devices when deploying to a security group

    I hope the feature for deployment of apps by Intune will be improve that it identifies the “Owner” of devices and deploy apps only for “corporate-owned” devices when administrators add apps and deploy it to the group. Some security groups have both private devices and corporate-owned devices in one group, but currently there is no feature to deploy apps with specifying the owner of devices within the group.

    Thank you for your consideration.

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