Inventory more often than every 7 days
Currently an iOS device is sending new inventory reports every 7 days and this cannot be configured nor can the inventory report be triggered automated/manually. I would be great to be more flexible here, e.g trigger a daily inventory reporting or allowing the user to send inventory manually (e.g. via the company portal). This would e.g. be helpful for support requests (needing actual inventory information from the device).
I can't believe this has not gotten more votes.
It would be great to have the inventory for discovered apps alot more frequent. Especially for businesses that write business cases and use apps on devices to to either combat or justify the requirements being stated by business units.
Having this data would make business decisions easier, smarter and save businesses alot of money when purchasing iOS specific devices - especially when the difference between a lower/higher spec iOS device is quite considerable.
Jason Van Brandwyk (https://au.linkedin.com/in/jason-van-brandwyk)
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On top of that, we want to use Intune for desktop devices.
Having Intune (or in fact, the Windows client when using the builtin MDM features, without installing any fat client) performing the "inventory refresh" every 7 days means that if a software is flagged to be installed as "Required", and if a user uninstall it himself (or simply if the software crashes for whatever reason), the software will only be reinstalled maximum 7 days later.
For companies, that are legally bound to run a antivirus software for example, having a 7 days maximum interval where you have no idea if your Windows clients are properly protected, is just not acceptable for using Intune as SCCM replacement.
Please offer to customers to modify the Intune inventory refresh to 1 day, just like you offer this feature on SCCM (feature parity).