Missing the ability to automatically enroll Windows 10 devices that are hybrid Azure AD Joined, for agentless management. This would favour the use of agentless management for domain joined devices.129 votes
You have got to add the ability to send an email every time a user gets malware. The email needs to have the Computer name and Linked User in it. Right now I can only see the Malware name.19 votes
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It would be very useful, if we could send a task to a device (like reboot the device), to reset the password of a pre-defined local user. It should be possible to define the user (e.g. Administrator) and the password.12 votes
There needs to be a way to have your on prem AD joined Windows 10 systems be able to be auto enrolled to Azure AD / Intune with out having to login to every single system. Maybe group policy? Maybe some power shell scripts? Because right now Intune is useless to my organization if I have to login to every single 2000 systems to configure Intune.12 votes
Jason, we have bulk enrollment for Win10
is it the onprem AD that’s missing you for you?
A few clients I work with would like to be able to set and maintain the Proxy Server for IE and Edge. Currently, they need to create an MSI which sets 2 registry keys to use a specific PAC-file.11 votes
We now support configuring device settings about network proxies – does this do it for you?
Or do you need something else?
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.
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?
Add the option to delete a task so that you don't have to wait until finished.4 votes
Can you give more detail? Where in the console are you creating tasks you don’t want to wait for?
I understand people are still working on support for Windows 10 Mobile, but here's an issue:
When enrolling my Lumia 930 with Windows 10 Mobile (build 10166) installed, it shows up as a Surface Pro 3 in the Company Portal.
Screenshot: http://1drv.ms/1HrjOzC1 vote
This label may be misleading. It may mean "Encryption is required, but this windows tablet doesn't support it, so it is allowed access via the 'Allow devices which can't support something' rule. But the what I see is a device where the ability to allow devices which don't support [etc] may not conform.1 vote
I’m not sure where in the UI you are. You should be able to attach a picture to the post and show me what label you’re talking about. If you could give the repro steps, starting from the very beginning of what you’re trying to do, that will give me the context I need.
My WP device was previously working with Intune. I upgraded to WP10, but after lots of issues, factory rest phone back to WP8.1. Intune no longer works. Says my device is not in compliance as it I not device encrypted. The link to resolve the issue does not describe device encryption. Called helpdesk and they couldn't figure it out (uninstall app, remove device, remove pin, etc).
How do I get my device in compliance so I can read my email?1 vote
Hi, Sorry to hear you’re having problems with this. You say you called Helpdesk – are you a user who contacted your company’s helpdesk, or are you an the Intune network administrator saying you called the Microsoft customer support line? If it’s the former, you’d need to have your helpdesk, or your network administrator, contact Microsoft support. If you are the network admin, let me know and we’ll go from there.
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