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Apply filters for Apps expiration in Azure as same as Classic Portal

For a Large enterprise its Difficult to keep a track of App expiry date and notify the vendors or relevant dev teams. In Classic portal earlier we could apply the filters and get a consolidated report of app about to expire in next 40 days.

Same feature does not imply in Azure Admin console , We have to manually check the App expiry for iOS provisioning profiles.

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    Prakash Jha shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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      • shivam commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        It shouldn' be a problem to dig into each app and monitor provided you warn us about the app expiry.
        Please let us know how do we get the warning about the app expiry ? Is it going to be notified on the admin portal ?
        Please help us with the screen shot if possible.

      • Anusha R commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Thanks Cathy for your information.

        "This expiration notification will only be active for newly uploaded iOS line-of-business apps. A warning appears 30 days before the iOS LOB app provisioning profile expires."

        1. We understand that the newly deployed - iOS LOB App having the Expiry warning & it will appears 30 days before the provisioning expiry date.

        --> Will be the same scenario applicable for existing uploaded Applications of Old iOS LOB Apps which continuously updating the App features with versions?

        Example:
        Old Application deployed in Aug 2nd, 2017 and it contains the valid provisioning profile with a period of 1 year.
        In Mid, we have updated the Old application with some functional features without generating the new Provisioning profile and it carries the same expiry date.

        --> Will be able to receive the App Expiry notification for Old Application in this scenario?

        Kindly help us.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Yes. It's difficult to track the apps expiry date/time in Azure Portal and we are highly recommending to provide a permanent solution for this.

      • shivam commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Totally agree , Its been very difficult going forward to keep a track on apps expiry date/time.
        MS should incorporate this feature in Azure too just like Silver light...

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