I'd like to remove the need for a user to have to enter their UPN when launching Onedrive for Business for the first time on an Intune enrolled device (similar to a mail profile, but for OneDrive for Business). Seems to be an obvious ask to keep Microsoft tools all auto configured when enrolled149 votes
Have a shared device configuration where users can check in and check out of a device it will grad specific policies for the user while they are checked into the device.
For example it will allow them to download e-mail when they are checked into the device.61 votes
Dynamic Device Groups are syncing at 'random' times. It would be nice if manual synchronization of Dynamic Device Groups would be possible. We are using DDG's for deploying applications and policies to iPhones. Customers are experiencing that they sometimes have to wait up to 24 hours for applications to deploy because the DDG's are not synchronizing. If it would be possible to manually or schedule synchronization this would be a major help.43 votes
Currently, if an IT professional wants to either test Windows intune features or demo the features to potential customers, you have to sign up for a trial. Features change so often though, and (my customers anyway) often want to see what the product does and you end up signing up for multiple trials and rebuilding your lab/ PoC environment. My MSDN subscription includes $150 of Azure Credit, Intune should be there as well36 votes
Azure credits work differently than trial accounts, as you’ve seen.
One thing some people don’t realize is, we have no limit to the number of trial Intune tenants you can create for a single email address. Believe me, I’ve created dozens on my Microsoft email address. We don’t care how many you create, though there is a limit that each tenant can have only one trial account. I know, it means you have to keep recreating environments, but at least it lets you see what’s new any time you want.
If you are a Microsoft Partner, we have benefits that help with this. You can check out https://wpc.microsoft.com.
I can create dynamic user groups eg all users where department equals Sales
I can create dynamic device groups eg all devices where device Type equals iPad
What I would like to be able to do is create a dynamic group that matches all iPads for users that are part of the Sales group.
This allows for greater granularity scoping policies and app assignments in Intune where i may issue multiple iOS devices to the Sales team and need to manage their iPad and iPhone separately.33 votes
Hi, Carl, can you give us more information about what you mean? What are the specific uses cases you are looking for?
There are only a few limited device attributes that can be used for dynamic device groups in Azure. Please can you add some more? A few of interest personally would be.
* Dynamic device group for DEP Enabled (non DRS joined devices) - As DEP Enrolment in Intune does not DRS register, an attribute to collect all affected devices (for reporting and remediating would be ideal)
* Device Threat Level – an attribute to pull back all devices with a specific threat level, i.e. High, Medium, Low, None (as per screenshot showing it working in ConfigMgr)19 votes
Currently we can view by the device name but this value is setup by the user on their phone. Normally is a nick name or a shortname, like Johns iPhone. I want to view by the employees AD name so that it's easy to find someone.18 votes
It would be great to have a feature for deleting links that are deployed on web app of management portal.
The reason is I have deployed wrong links on multiple mobile phones and now I cannot remove links unless I unenroll them and enrol them .again17 votes
I have a number of admins and as I need them to manage mobile devices, I need to make then Global Admins.
Please provide an option to make this more granular14 votes
Currently there is only the option to add individual users in the following blade for local Administrator access on AAD joined devices.
Can we add the option to add groups into this for easier user management of devices.12 votes
To retire/Wipe data once a Intune MDM user leave the organization needs Global Admin or Intune Admin rights. Ideally this should be a helpdesk routine task. There is no Powershell command available to automate this task too. From a User lifecycle management this is a major drawback as we manage Airwatch and MobileIron also which has RBAC to do this11 votes
I would like conditional access to be able to block users without a valid Intune license instead of just ignoring the policies.10 votes
Id like to be able to use certificates as a MFA mechanism as well OTP. This would add extra functionality to SCCM hybrid scenarios where we use SCEP and NDES9 votes
I would like an option to restrict who can login to a Windows 10 computer based on user groups. Or if using kiosk mode restrict logging in completely. But for example I have teacher devices that I do not want students to be able to login to. It would be useful to restrict this based on user groups.9 votes
Add field to add comments for any actions that admin may apply to a device.
"Locked device per Incident Ticket #123."
"Retired device per Service Request #456."
Comment field is helpful for when a user calls Help Desk to report his MDM is no longer working, agent can refer to comments field for history of actions that have been done to device.7 votes
I absolutely hate the random computer naming. It would be great when a device is registered with AzureAD and Intune it would rename the device to something that makes more sense (FI LNAME for example). Sure we can look at the last logon but as others are stated, that column is not available on all of the blades. Most reports start with a computer name which is frankly useless these days without a way to customize this. I know there are scripts that can supposedly rename but build this into Intune would be great!6 votes
We have groups with a large amount of users (some 300+ members).
It would be useful to be able to search for members within a group.
It would also be useful to be able to select group members and perform actions on them. E.G Remove 20 users from a group at once instead of individually.6 votes
Create a group on intune
assign a user that has a FQDN (not a .onmicrosoft.com address)
Apply EMS license to the group (may affect with other licenses)
It changes the users primary email alias to .onmicrosoft.com
If you have on-prem active directory syncing to Office 365, you cannot change the alias back.
The only way to fix is adding a proxy address in the custom attributes in the on-prem active directory which is a slow process for large groups of users, as you can only do 1 by 1.
Office 365 support suggested I posted this on here.6 votes
It would be useful to be able to assign users to a group based on their device ownership. Particularly where we want to make some apps available for users with personal devices, but required for users with company devices. Currently the User groups need to be manually updated, so a mathod to dynamically add the registered user of a device to a user group based on the ownership (or other attributes) of their device would be handy.6 votes
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