I have enabled the Intune Service to Service Connector for Hosted Exchange which has successfully run and populated all the devices connected to Exchange Online within our Intune tenant.
However, when I run the Mobile Device Inventory Report I can see that all users connecting via the Outlook for iOS app are showing up as coming from Android devices - which is incorrect. I know we have a large number of employees using the Outlook for iOS app - but all are appearing as "Android" in the report.63 votes
changing status to Planned, since Damion has indicated a fix is in the works
Unable to clear running/queued remote tasks. Some have been pending for over two months in our portal as the PCs are unreachable.
We have several workstations that have been offline for a while, some are remote and some could be in storage.
There are still remote tasks attempting to run against them (running/queued) that I cannot clear. So when they do finally come back online some may have a pending restart or full malware scan that is not longer needed.22 votes
Yup, you are right. And the good news is, we have a bug fix coming. The bad news is, the bug fix will prevent this from happening after we roll it out, but it won’t undo the state you’re already in. Sorry about that!
I’m hearing that the engineers aren’t able to fix this on the back end at this time. I’ve pinged the product team again on this to see if there’s anything we can work out to fix anything that was there prior to the fix.
There are still a few portions of the Hybrid configuration that require using the web portal. Can you migrate existing hybrid tenants to the Azure portal so we can perform these actions without requiring Silverlight?6 votes
As part of moving the MDM components out of the Silverlight console, you will be able to configure Android for Work and Mobile Threat Defense in the Azure portal. Please see the Intune Support blog for more information about the move to using the Azure portal for MDM, both standalone and hybrid: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/intunesupport/2018/01/03/plan-for-change-use-intune-on-azure-now-for-your-mdm-management/
Managed Browser is not currently available for Windows Phone, currently this is stopping a client switching 500 Android Tablets to Windows Phone devices.4 votes
Windows 10 will provide support for managed browser – check out this presentation from Ignite :-)
I enrolled a Windows 10 pc with workplace join and company portal. We have encryption enabled under common mobile device security policy.
The device shows it conforms to the policy whereas no actual encryption is happening.
We would like to have software based encryption using Intune without Microsoft account, instead encrypted with our company account4 votes
Yes, I have confirmed this is a known issue. We plan to fix it, but I don’t have a timeline for when the fix will come.
I created an EDP policies and this is the error I receive on Windows 10 Pro 1511:
MDM PolicyManager: Policy is rejected by licensing, Policy: (EDPEnforcementLevel), Area: (DataProtection), Result:(0x86000002) Unknown Win32 Error code: 0x86000002.
I've tested on multiple machines and was told by Microsoft that EDP doesn't work in 1511 or Windows 10 Insider Preview.1 vote
Hi, Joseph, if by 1511 you mean the TH2 Windows Insider build, you are correct -. EDP is enabled for RS1 Windows Insider builds that started going out somewhere around December of last year. If you can get that build, it should work, but we can’t make it all happen until Windows makes the feature generally available.
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