Add more iOS configuration policy settings for supervised devices in Intune/SCCM Hybrid
When you create an iOS Configuration policy in intune standalone, you have a whole section dedicated for supervised mode settings.
Very few, if any, are available in the intune hybrid solution.
These settings are of great use to all Intune users, not only the ones using the standalone version.
We are eagerly awaiting the show or hide apps feature to make its way to the hybrid-version of Intune.
As Tyler said, we started this one but didn’t include the show/hide apps feature that was specifically mentioned in this request, so we called it started. We at one point planned to finish that, but now that we are retiring the hybrid service offering, I’m going to have to call this declined.
We still support co-management, which enables you to concurrently manage Windows 10 devices by using both ConfigMgr and Intune.
We encourage you to start planning your migration for MDM from the ConfigMgr console to Azure and to shift your UserVoice votes to MDM features for Intune. For more information, see https://aka.ms/hybrid_notification
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iso dev,how to get it
When can we expect to see the hide/show apps feature in hybrid Intune? We have waited a long time now.
We have over 3000 iPad enrolled that we want to hide app-store on and only use Intune internal store and device deployed VPP-apps.
Yes, we can remove app-store by disabling it but then you disable all other features connected to the store, for example automatic updates. And since Intune can´t handle updates yet, that’s a big problem.
I used all iPhones in supervised mode and i can´t hide or block apps. This situation is very frustrating because simple thins are not working in configmgr hybrid. Features needs to much time to implement in configmgr.
--> However, we did not include the show/hide apps feature that you specifically mentioned here. Hence, I’m changing this to “started” and not “completed.” <--
Gopi K commented
Hello , We would like to block the screen capture in iOS devices in managed Apps , currently we able to block screen capture in Android devices.
I have gone over the list and there are several settings that are useful, thanks.
But there is another iOS restriction that also would be useful but I notice that that is not implemented yet, not even in intune standalone. The restriction I am refering to is the ability to restrict access to specific websites. Any chance that you are going to introduce that feature?
We could also use this feature for the hybrid version of Intune :)
Setting name: Allow account modification
Details: Allow the user to change account settings such as email configurations.