Please change Microsoft Managed Browser with Microsoft Edge for Android and IOS as managed browser - so that we can Manage Internet access using managed browser policies with Microsoft Intune with a browser that are known for the users as it is default in Windows 10105 votes
As of the week of June 4, 2018, the Microsoft Edge browser for mobile devices (iOS and Android) supports Microsoft Intune app protection policies. Users of iOS and Android devices who sign-in with their corporate Azure AD accounts in the Edge application will be protected by Intune. On iOS devices, the Require managed browser for web content policy will allow users to open links in Edge when it is managed.
I think what you’re asking for is making Edge replace the managed browser, so I won’t call this complete, but wanted you to know that we added this Edge-related feature.
Allow Managed Browser policies to force only traffic for specified domains to the managed browser. Potentially allow other links to open in the native browser.87 votes
It would be nice for some web-applications in our company to be able to view the Managed Browser in Full Screen.
This means without the navigation bar etc.45 votes
No pop-up windows when add user in CornerStone ERP system on iPhone Managed Browser. But Safari and Chrome works fine. Managed browser Android it works. But only iOS doesn't.38 votes
We are accessing our Intranet Site based on SharePoint with the Managed Browser.
Unfortunately the user always has always to authenticate him self by entering his credentials in the Login Dialog Box.
We have a Federation Authentication Trust with the Azure AD, so the Login Credentials should be the same for ext. and int.
Is there a way to make SSO Authentication with the Managed Browser?
Is there a way to save the Users Credentials in the Managed Browser?
Or is there a way to push the Credential to the Managed Browser with a PLIST Configuration?29 votes
We have an externally hosted email hygiene product that utilizes a non-standard port number in the URL to reduce likelihood of attack. Unfortunately, when you enter the URL or click the link from email, the Intune Managed Browser on Android strips out the port number. The same URL works on iOS and retains the port number. I already opened a case with MS Premier support (117101216488100) and they stated that it's not our configuration but that the product only supports ports 80 and 443.25 votes
ManagedBroswer dont open new tabs even if _blank in html for iOS. This should be a feature that works out of the box.
This feature works in all other browsers.
ManagedBrowser for Android have this feature already.24 votes
Managed Browser and Windows 10 mobile browser to support SSO and act as if on the LAN for specified domains
All mobile device management software (good/mobile iron/airwatch) have a proxy server that runs on my LAN that allows me to have a work browser to act as if it is on my LAN for my internal DNS domains that I specify and can pass through my SSO credentials to my intranet and other local web services like business objects. I am trying to replace 550 blackberry devices globally with windows phones and 150 global BYOD devices on GOOD with InTune and I can not do this until I can have a browser act as if on my lan.16 votes
Multiple web apps become available for the Online Workspace that needs access to webcam/camera hardware devices from the Intune Managed Browser.
For example to upload a photo to a document management system and using videoconferencing.
A simple Online test (for example: https://webcammictest.com) says the Intune Managed Browser is not supported for webcam/camera devices.
Is it possible to add webcam/camera support to the Intune Managed Browser?15 votes
Managed Browser on iOS does not support opening Apple Wallet passes and adding them to the Wallet app. The .pkpass filetype is not supported and opening it in MB leads to an error message.
It is not possible to passes to the Wallet app.
E.g. Lufthansa boarding pass is received per email to Outlook app. MAM policy is set to require Managed Browser. User clicks "Add to Apple Wallet" link in email and MB opens. Error message occurs.12 votes
Enable x.509 certificate authentication in the Managed Browser for IOS. Currently user certificates distributed to IOS devices via Company Portal cannot be used for ADFS primary or multi-factor authentication - no certificate selection prompt. However it seems to handle device certificates as Azure conditional access policies set to validate device compliance function.11 votes
This is a feature we've already requested through the Managed Browser PG - however was asked to have it documented here as well. Request is to allow organizations to set proxy address (or deliver .pac if possible) for Managed Browser either though MAM controls or using Azure App Proxy. This is distinct from whitelisting specific sites as we want to proxy all traffic out of Managed Browser.10 votes
Allow third party cookie in Managed Browser. Our SAAS running on SAP is not working due to third party cookie not supported; leaving us has no choice but to use Safari. It is really defeating the purpose of having to use Managed Browser. When we raise support call to premier support, it just asked us to log a feature request here.9 votes
Today, Managed Browser has no Home Button so users have to go to bookmarks to go back to what we define as a home page. It would be helpful to build a "Home Button" that we can define in Intune.9 votes
1. Push bookmarked pages
2. Enable/disable the ability to edit bookmarks on a device
3. Allow and disallow sites from the same profile. For example, I only allow access to certain sites, but I want to blacklist a portion of the site without manually whitelisting everything else available on that site.
4. Option to disable navigation to microsoft site describing Intune. Our kiosk device users don't need that info.8 votes
This is really 4 requests in 1, so hard to get to “complete”. Today we released support for using policy to configure the default home page, which you didn’t ask for, and to configure bookmarks, which you did. So I will call this started, even though this is only for Android right now. iOS will come later.
Allow Intune Managed Browser the ability to open *.html files when attached to email in Outlook Mobile or OneDrive for Business.
Allow Intune Managed Browser the ability to open *.html files when attached to email in Outlook Mobile or OneDrive for Business.6 votes
Managed Browser is not currently available for Windows Phone, currently this is stopping a client switching 500 Android Tablets to Windows Phone devices.4 votes
Windows 10 will provide support for managed browser – check out this presentation from Ignite :-)
Currently, we can block access to Office 365 from mobile devices' browsers. However, it would be good to create an exception to Managed Browser.4 votes
Currently, My users cannot to access Office 365 Mail Groups from Managed Browser. They need to access their Office 365 group mails from Mobile Phone.
Outlook app is not good solution for us today. Because Outlook app does not support read/unread mail function on Mobile platform.
Please, add to support Office 365 Mail Group access on Managed Browser.
The new Kiosk Browser (Now in Public Preview) is a good solution for W10 Kiosk machine. But it would be great if it's possible to adjust the default zoom. We use very large touchscreens and now have to continuously adjust the zoom manually and is a show-stopper3 votes
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