intune mam user status report detail
Intune MAM User Status needs a detail report to list which users are included in the graph. Would like to know which users have 'no policy' and why - is it an OS restriction or a policy deployment failure or an unsupported app?
Hi Andrew, check out this new feature we released for April
Does that get you want you wanted?
hi, we just released an Intune update where we provide in-console reporting for MAM without enrollment. I don't know if this gets us any closer to what you want, but thought you might be interested.
@Michael, thanks, yes, I agree, I"ll merge it.
Michael Carrabine commented
I think this is a similar request to https://microsoftintune.uservoice.com/forums/291681-ideas/suggestions/12351009-intune-mam-user-status-report-detail
OK, I'll leave this here. As we've already said, we're moving to the new Azure portal, so expect that reporting will also change a lot in the new console.
I've looked over the link you posted. I would still like more detailed reporting as there is no way to currently identify a list of users the MAM policies are either applying to or not
Jon Towles commented
Yeah no one wants a report for a single user.
That's the epitome of a manual process. This is a Microsoft product. Why it wouldn't have SSRS-like functionality is silly.
Mark Simone commented
On those MAM GUI Screens we should be able to drill down on the number to see the list of users. Having to manually check each user's stats is not helpful.
Knowing which users are in the "Users Checked in count" would be much more helpful, simply by clicking it.
Same issue for the "Managed by Policy" copunts and the "User Status for Ios" counts for example.
Can a feature reauet be put in for that?
I asked Karthika, the author of the topic referenced below. She said:
"I don’t think there is a way to get a list of users who do not have a policy, which may be what this customer is looking for.
But you can search for a user and get their status as explained in the detailed view section of the topic. I just tested this specifically, and if you the user you search for does not have a policy the status will say “ This user is not targeted for any app policies”. So I can call this out where we talk about the status, that should help at least if a customer wants to know if an end-user has policy or not."
@Jack: Do you think that would help?
BTW, the link below changed when we moved all the docs off of TechNet to our new doc library.
Jack Rudlin commented
Is there a way to find out which users have 'no policy'? The article mentioned does not explain this
Jason Beneteau commented
On the new Azure Portal Intune screen, it would be very helpful if it told me the actual users which had no policy applied where it shows me the total count.
Andrew Moody commented
Reading the article, this looks exactly like what I was hoping for. I'll dig into the console and see how it works and let you know!