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.
Hi, I missed this earlier, but the week of March 26, 2018, we added alerts for expiring iOS LOB apps in the Azure portal. I know it’s not the same as the column view in the Silverlight portal, but does it alleviate the need to dig into each app, if we warn you?
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
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?
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.
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.
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...