We need to be able to configure email profiles with modern authentication. It is supported now by iOS but not by Intune. This problem is making an MFA rollout to existing email profiles very difficult and leaving gaps in our ability to retire native emails when employees have to configure their own exchange profiles.
Outlook is great and all but conditional access doesn’t prevent the native client from being used.204 votes
As @Robert suggested, I will merge “IOS email profile does not support MFA” into this one.
Also, when I asked the PM, he said “Conditional Access does have the ability to require Outlook only. They call it app access.” So check that out. :-)
To allow the use of SMS and caller ID,contacts contained within the Exchange ActiveSync contacts configuration needs to be accessible to the local device, the ability to configure a profile to just allow the synchronizing of contact or the export of contacts from the outlook managed app to the device is necessary. Email access cannot be allowed outside of the managed apps.126 votes
Support the "always on" feature in the VPN policy configuration for VPN V2 (instead of requiring a seperate CI item)
Support the "always on" feature in the VPN policy configuration for VPN V2 (instead of requiring a seperate CI item)25 votes
When creating a VPN profile for IOS, there is a field called "VPN Identifier (provided by VPN vendor)".
1. why is this field MANDATORY (according to https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc2685 as far as I understand, it should not be) ?
2. VPN providers I contacted did not know what it was and they did NOT provide the ID. (ex. Microsoft Intune Hotline, Synology Helpdesk)
3. Customer data following it isn't clear either...
Would it be very difficult and highly unprofitable to put a little more information next to each field in the forms (generally speaking)?
Hi, Thomas, I heard back from the PM who owns that and he said “VPN identifier is what iOS uses to call the appropriate app on the device to initiate the VPN connection. If VPN identifier is not provided, VPN connection is bound to fail because iOS won’t know which VPN app to open.”
If you want to cite a specific section the RFC I can take that back to him.
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