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 10139 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.
Application policy and managed browser policy, does not reflect the changes to be associated with the deployment of the application. We want you to the application policy and managed browser policy can be changed1 vote
I"m not sure what the issue is here – if this is a bug, can you tell us 1) what you’re trying to do
2) what you expected to happen as a result
3) what actually happened?
Or is this something that doesn’t exist but you want us to build?
Please update the Intune Managed Browser to protect our end user from phishing attacks based on IDN homograph attacks.
The attack method is described on http://hackaday.com/2017/04/19/you-think-you-cant-be-phished/.
Chrome and Safari are not vulnerable. The Intune Managed Browser still is.
Thank you!1 vote
The right people are looking at it, thanks!
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