Companies provide devices to their employees and generally wants to make sure that these devices will always remain managed through Intune. It could be interesting to have a policy that prevent users to unenroll a device identified as a company device from the Intune company portal.721 votes
The PMs involved have been talking about how best to give you a way to disable the “remove device” action. They think rather than focusing on platform enrollment types (iOS, Android, Windows), they could allow you to disable based on corporate vs personal ownership. I said I’d ask if that would work for you. :-)
Would that get you want you need?
I would like to have a Intune Policy to redirect, for example, the Documents folder of an Azure AD Joined device to Onedrive for Business of the user.502 votes
Thanks, @Nathan. If there’s consensus that Known Folder Move meets the requirements of this request, I can call it “started”
“We are working to integrate the ADMX/ADML packages KFM with Windows Intune later this year.”
Allow an organization to define user-owned devices and remove the ability to perform full wipes on those devices.52 votes
Do you mean you want to disable the ability for users to do the full wipe in the company portal, or prevent admins from doing a full wipe in the Azure admin console? I’m trying to see if I should merge this with https://microsoftintune.uservoice.com/forums/291681/suggestions/34001734
Setup a notification message for intune to inform system admins about the expiry date of Apple APN certificate.
Allowing the Apple iOS APN certificate to expire causes a lot of headache to system Admins, the users will have to enroll devices again. so there should be a notification option to remind admins to renew. and the notification (email, SMS, popup notice,...) should occur at least a month in advance.14 votes
We just announced, when opening a support ticket, if we detect that your APNS Certificate is expired, about to expire (within 30 days), or does not exist we will display an alert in admin console
Does that get you what you need?
Microsoft Managed Home Screen providing ability to provide different themes or wallpaper for Android devices within Intune
I would like the Microsoft Managed Home Screen (Google Play App) to provide the ability to manage themes and/or background wallpaper for our corporate Android devices within Intune.7 votes
As of the week of Nov 26, 2018, we added a setting that lets you customize the background appearance of the Managed Home Screen app on Android Enterprise, multi-app, kiosk mode devices.
Does that get you what you need?
InTune only assigns user-based certificates. Ideally it would be great if InTune could issue and assing device based certificates. This ensures that a unique certificate is assigned to the device. Other MDM solutions offer this because it is a more secure option. It also allows the ability to revoke a specific certificate as well as being able to clearly manage and track the device even outside of InTune for other services such as VPN connections.4 votes
It’s been suggested by a commentor that this request is a dupe of one of our top vote getters, and I’d tend to agree.
Deploy unique computer certificates using Intune/SCEP/NDES
OP, if you agree, I can merge this one into that one.
Being able to see the policies applied to a device and not just the last synch time would be very helpful from a testing standpoint and allow one to not spend time wondering whether or not the newly created policy was actually synched.3 votes
I think we may have released what you were asking for – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/intune/help-desk-operators
Take a look and let me know if you think it completes the request or, if not, what else needs to be there.
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