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  1. Windows 10 Upgrades (1511) via Intune

    The Windows 10 1511 Upgrade is not available via Intune. We use Intune as our Update Management platform (small business).

    I thought that the Windows update functionality in Intune should be like a WSUS in the Cloud. With peer-Distribution in Windows 10 and in Intune before it should be possible to not overload our Internet line.

    If this should not work by design then please Microsoft state clearly which of your products is designed for which Scenario.

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    66 comments  ·  Intune PC client  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    OK, seems clear that people still mean this suggestion for the PC client, not the MDM client, so setting the status to Noted.

    You can manage software updates (feature and quality) for Windows 10 devices managed by MDM using Windows Update for Business. And you can do peer downloading. Here are the docs for that.
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/intune/windows-update-for-business-configure

    What’s keeping you using the PC client? Is it the operating system or are there still feature gaps you can’t live without on MDM?

  2. Allow installs to be repaired

    Too often it seems that "one or more agents are not installed properly" on my client computers. The client computers don't seem to be aware of this though, as trying to install the software on them reports that the software is already installed.

    It would be nice to be able to "repair" an install of Intune without having to go through the whole process of uninstalling and re-installing the agents.

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    2 comments  ·  Intune PC client  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  3. InTune Standalone Custom Scripts

    We are a smaller organization (under 1K machines) and are trying to use Intune Standalone to manage our PC fleet.

    With SCCM we used custom scripts to do multiple things but a big one was for custom software deployments.

    Currently Intune does not support this and I believe it would be a great feature to have moving forward.

    If not custom scripts support maybe some type of solution to accomplish the task.

    Thanks!

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    0 comments  ·  Intune PC client  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    I wanted to check in on this – in November we added the ability to manage PowerShell scripts in Intune for Windows 10 devices
    The Intune management extension lets you upload PowerShell scripts in Intune to run on Windows 10 devices. The extension supplements Windows 10 mobile device management (MDM) capabilities and makes it easier for you to move to modern management. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/intune/intune-management-extension

    Does that get you want you want?

  4. manage personal computers as computers?

    I wish there was some kind of support for Intune to manage personal computers as computers. I run a computer repair shop and I see lots of people falling for these scams involving overseas people offering remote managed services, but instead of offering real services, they just install fake AV software and spyware, and charge big money for it too! I'd like to offer a legitimate service that includes managed AV and "light" system monitoring (health status), and Intune seems to include this, but only for Pro versions of Windows. Can Intune not run in a limited fashion on Home…

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    2 comments  ·  Intune PC client  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hey, an update on this –
    Windows 10 Home does support very limited MDM capabilities. Intune is able to manage Windows 10 Home. Many of the CSPs (configuration service providers) are disabled on Home version, and if Intune tries to push these to Home devices, these CSPs will fail. This is by design.

    I’m not marking it “complete” because you’re saying “manage personal computers as computers” and this would really be “manage personal computers as mobile devices.” But in case this helps you at all, here you go.

  5. Allow us to manage GPOLS from Intune on windows 10 devices and deploy apps automatically!

    So Basically I want to get the best of both "mobile and "devices" I don't see why I'm either able to deploy apps with the intune client and not be able to control the device (e.g. remove logon pin) or vice-versa! My suggestion is a windows 10 device can utilize both app deployment and the "policy" section of intune AT THE SAME TIME. I consider this fundamental to getting away from having to have any on prem infrastructure and still have viable PC management.

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    0 comments  ·  Intune PC client  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  6. Ability to perform Office365 updates through Intune

    Believe this feature does not exist currently. We need to have the ability to update Office 365 updates through Intune with better control. Hope am not overloooking any feature which allows us do this currently.

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    1 comment  ·  Intune PC client  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  7. make the UI clearer about the state of the device while the agent is not reporting in immediately after install

    After removing Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 the Intune Agent and Microsoft Endpoint client were installed. The Intunes portal however is not detecting the Microsoft Endpoint client and displays "Another endpoint application running," please see attached.

    I have attempting reinstalling Intunes and Microsoft Endpoint and have run the Kaspersky removal tool "kavremover" however this did not resolve the issue.

    I then logged a ticket with the Intune support team and was told that the issue may be a bug and that I would need to post my comments on your feedback portal.

    Please advise if you have run into this issue…

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    0 comments  ·  Intune PC client  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    I checked on the support case number and found out that the confusion here is what we mean by “bug”. So first I have to digress a bit into our internal jargon, for which I apologize in advance to anyone except the truly geeky who enjoy this sort of thing:
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    We at Microsoft generally refer to anything that isn’t good as a “bug”, the term being typically attributed to Grace Hopper, who found a moth trapped between some relay points.

    The Intune/ConfigManager team uses both TFS and Product Studio to track bugs, and when we open them, there are different kinds of bugs we can open. One is a code defect, which means “It’s suppose to do X and it isn’t.” Another type of bug is a Design Change Request, or “DCR”; this means someone designed it to do X, but someone else thinks it should…

  8. Add a suspend feature to intune

    Allow an admin to suspend Intune management or protection for a period of time without the need to uninstall the product. This would allow us to do OS upgrades / updates.

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    0 comments  ·  Intune PC client  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Can you give me more information on this scenario? Say I wanted to “Suspend Intune” – would I be turning off the admin console, or just turning off the client? You talk about “without the need to uninstall” and of course with the service, nothing is installed. Would you just go flip a button and then the clients would stop getting policy? Or stop acting on policy? I’m also not clear why you’d need to do this to do OS upgrades or updates – why can’t you do it with Intune running?

    Some more detail would be helpful.

  9. The Restart Countdown timer reports an incorrect time

    I can request a restart of a managed computer device from the Intune Console. The user is prompted that a restart has been requested and a countdown time is displayed. Before this week, the countdown timer would display that the restart would occur automatically in 12:15:00 and start counting down. The actual restart would occur in 15 minutes. I reported this to support and was told it was a known issue to be fixed.

    This week I tested again and the countdown timer started at 2:00:00 and began counting down (2 hours). I decided to wait to see how long…

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    1 comment  ·  Intune PC client  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hi, John, yes, we do read these, but it says in the last paragraph “it would be nice”, so I interpreted that as a suggestion. Rereading it, I realize that the second “it would be nice” might be a bug, but even then the next step to figure out if it is would be to open a support case. Which you already did. That is definitely the faster path – they have a service level agreement for responding to calls, but I can’t match that on UserVoice. Sorry if you were feeling ignored. But hopefully you got it fixed.

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