When an end user account is set to auto-expire, this will also perform a selective wipe on the end user devices on the date/time the expiration was set.51 votes
@TheScreamingRichard – If you can do it in the UI, you can do it with Graph – we build the UI entirely on top of Graph. :-)
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I’m assuming it’s one of those you’d be able to call for a Graph-based solution, though our Graph people are all at Build this week so if that’s not what you need I can ask them when they get back.
Give us back the multi-account portal.
why would you remove the ability for a provider to manage multiple tenants via a single portal.10 votes
Hi, Scott, are you a partner? You’re right, we have changed the experience for partners managing multiple tenants. If you let me know what Partner you’re with, I can share your suggestion with our Partner team.
It would be great if there was a method to backup the entire Intune configuration in Azure.6 votes
Are you asking so if you change a policy you could roll back the change? You can use the Graph API to get all of your policies, and then use Graph again to “restore” a policy.
there should be refresh button on management pages2 votes
I’m not sure what you mean here – there’s always the browser refresh, like pressing F5 in Internet Explorer. Do you mean something different than that?
Multiple entries of the same device is being shown at Selective Wipe request in Azure Console.
While Performing the Selective Wipe through Azure Intune Console it was showing the multiple device with no time period,in that case we were not able to choose the current device which needs to be wiped out.2 votes
changing to Noted to bump Stan’s reply:
Would it help to add additional columns into the view to better identify the device?
Create a local admin console that is similar to gpmc/gpoadmin. The website can be slow and there are issues when you are in a corporate environment where items are locked down through a proxy. Also, this would allow third party developers to extend intune administration capabilities.1 vote
I doubt this will get any traction, either externally or internally, but I’ll leave it here. I do want to stress that Intune in Azure is now fully extendable by 3rd party developers and Intune Admins who can do some coding using the Graph API.
after creating an application or compliance policy in Intune Preview I can choose Manage then Assignments then Select Groups to Assign it to users or groups
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In Intune legacy, I can Manage Deployment to Deploy the object to users/devices.
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In configmgr (hybrid) I can Deploy the app (or whatever) to users/devices etc...
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wouldn't it be nice if this was consistent in all platforms, and we used the same terminology to deploy apps and settings ?
changing it to 'Assignments' is just adding more confusion imho
Noted, but I checked with Engineering and they opted to align with the Azure Active Directory terminology instead of the Configuration Manager terminology. Since they don’t expect many people to be switching back and forth, and Azure is the workflow path we’ve chose, we’re aligning there. I’ll leave this open, and call it noted, but it would take a huge vote count to even get them to consider this.
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