Include a prompt to the end-user during enrollment if it is a corporate/personal device
Include a prompt to the end-user during enrollment if it is a corporate/personal device. So we later can deploy different certificates/wi-fi profiles, apps e.t.c to only corporate owned devices.
Also make it possible to set this in the Company Portal
Chetan Pawar commented
We are working on moving over 16K devices (both IOS and Android mixed) to Intune but face the same problem as devices were acquired globally and DEP or KNOX registrations are not upto date.
Customer will be buying 16K E3 licenses as the customer is onboarding to O365 and moving away from on-premises infra and MDM is just one delivery branch.
Please can this be made possible as we have two other clients I am working (at pre-sales stage) with potentially with 8K and 23K devices who would want the same option.
@ PM Microsoft - Would 47K devices create a case for including this prompt ?
Robert Pasell commented
@April Wike that works for applying configs/policies etc to a group. There is still a gap however in getting the manageDeviceOwnerType attribute set properly. It defaults to personal. There needs to be a way to automate setting that attribute to the correct setting (1 = corporate, 2 = personal) when the user registers the device. So, at registration based on device category selection, device ownership should also be set. Every other major MDM already does this.
April Wike commented
We have over 10K devices deployed with Intune and we have this built into our deployment. We made device categories. Then we built and AD group with Dynamic membership of device.deviceCategory -contains "Corporate (CHS purchased this device)" Did the same for Personal and have all kinds of policies built around these groups.
Jörgen Nilsson commented
It could be used with Device category instead and pre-declare corporate devices, the scenario is when you come to a customer and the customer has no MDM inplace today, no purchase record, no asset management. In that scenario it would be as less secure of course have them to enter the information themselves while we put the processes, purchase, asset inplace. then turn it of again.
To respond to Damion's comment - "The user, or the admin?". Our users self register their device. We do not have enough admins to stay on top of thousands of registrations to manually adjust ownership. Even if we did, how do we know who owns the device the employee is registering. The admin would have to reach out and ask which would take more time.
I agree. Most of the devices that register are corporate owned. To have the system default to Personal is not the best way to go. At the very least it should default as Corporate.
But having the user choose during registration is the best option.
Damion Wiltshire, Intune Product Team commented
Hi Jorgen--At the end of the day, who would you like to make this distinction? The user, or the admin?