Allow us to apply App Configuration for Managed Browser/Edge to userless Device Groups
I am leveraging Intune to govern a new fleet of Android warehouse mobiles. These should be Kiosk devices, limited to only two web URLs installed as Web Apps. I should blacklist all other URLs, and explicitly Allow the URLs for our two web apps.
I am struggling. These are Android Enterprise Multi-App Kiosk devices. I created the App Configuration policy matching my needs for Edge, and have assigned that policy to my Device Group. Unfortunately, nothing happens and I fear it is because these policies only apply to Users. This has forced me to rethink how I am going to handle this last bit of management, and it looks like Intune can't help right now.
Please add this to the to-do list... your customers need to be able to manage the apps on userless devices, especially since you have a specific Kiosk mode for precisely this!
Where is it documented that this can't be done? I can't get this to work, but haven't seen it documented.
Still appears to be unsupported as of July 2020.
This is really important for multi-user kiosk devices, as otherwise people can leave all sorts of things signed in/accessed.
Ronnie Jorgensen commented
+1 from me. i need this feature as well for 50 shared (no user affinity) IOS devices.
Strange that MS hasn‘t thought about this.
A single or multi app kiosk device for public use purposes and the managed Browser can not be managed -.-
Thom McKiernan commented
We need to force incognito mode in Edge so if a kiosk user logs into SharePoint or OWA the settings aren't remembered
Agree with this...would be a great addition to fill this gap in functionality.