inventory of -all- installed software not just the software deployed through Intune or from the Store
Today very limited reports exists for MDM, there is no report for software inventory on Mobile devices.1,554 votes
Nowadays with the amount of mobile data consumed by mobile devices only seems to increase, it would be great if Intune was able to monitor and report on mobile data usage across Mobile/Wifi and Roaming zones for each mobile device Intune manages. Windows and Android have this built into their OS's and iOS has a very good third party app you can use which works great.
It would also be great if this was supported for both Intune only and SCCM hybrid environments, perhaps with a dashboard or at least some decent SSRS reporting.136 votes
Currently Intune cannot sufficiently report on what particular Windows 10 OS Update a device may be on. Are there plans to enhance the Intune Reporting engine to execute the reports which contain information about the W10 device OS Update revision?127 votes
I asked the engineers about this and they said they think the osVersion property would get you this info, if you filter to just the Windows Devices. Can you try that and see if it gets what you need? If not, let us know what’s missing.
Possibility to create Custom Reports like SCCM42 votes
Take a look at our new Intune Data Warehouse feature – by integrating with PowerBI, you can create custom reports and dashboards. Does that get you what you need?
Intune MAM User Status needs a detail report to list which users are included in the graph. Would like to know which users have 'no policy' and why - is it an OS restriction or a policy deployment failure or an unsupported app?32 votes
Hi Andrew, check out this new feature we released for April
Does that get you want you wanted?
There are presently no reports available via Intune for endpoint protection.
We require the ability to generate reports for security and compliance purposes. For example:
- Which computers are protected
- What dat versions each computer is running (and are they up to date)
- Malware/virus detections on PCs and actions taken
- Infected computers
- Top detected users
- Compliance summary
We need to add a detailed software deployment reporting capabilities for intune managed BYOD & COD mobile devices. As of now, Intune reporting only provide information about software installed through company portal app like word installed on x devices and devices information. I've seen a lot of customer who would like to know the capabilities of Intune beyond this and would like to see the same level of reporting capabilities in Intune that are available for workstation that report all installed softwares.28 votes
When running the detected software report, it would be really helpful if we could get an Microsoft Internet Explorer report that shows what version(s) are installed on client machines,25 votes
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Currently, Encryption Report under Device > Monitor does not include Encryption Method. It has Device Name, OS, OS Version, TPM Version, Encryption Readiness, Encryption Status, and User Principal Name.
Please add what type of Encryption Method it is using.18 votes
The devices numbers on the Dashboard do not match with the devices numbers in the All devices list. When talked to engineers they confirmed that this issue is already reported to them. Please fix this issue as soon as possible.15 votes
When we export the data of all the devices that are registered,
it can not be confirmed group membership.
Even this case ,we want it to be able to see the group membership.9 votes
Considering there are versions of the company portal app out there that won't even allow the user to log in before it get updated
Considering when reaching out for support for Intune one of the main questions they ask when troubleshooting is the version of the company portal app on the device
For the above reasons and more it would be nice to be able to run a report or somehow determine from the admin console what version of the company portal app your devices are running.9 votes
When this report is run for All Devices the group names are not included in output or exported - include group names so one report can be run for all devices, exported and analyzed by group - this will save a lot of time ... otherwise if you have 20 groups you have to run 20 reports for each group9 votes
We want to see the device registered history also report6 votes
Provide an easy to use dashboard or exportable report which shows devices non complaint with Conditonal Access and the non complaince reason4 votes
Same as SCCM, I would like Intune to allow me to subscribe to a specific report and send it to recipiants on a specific date\time.
most of the information they need is in those reports. in that way I can save time on creating portal management users and logins and stuff.
just get the necesary information by mail4 votes
Take a look at our new Intune Data Warehouse feature – by integrating with PowerBI, you can use PowerBI’s subscription feature to get emailed versions of your dashboards.
Intune is a very critical admin platform for an organization. It should have an option for setting of alerts when ever changes are done in the policies3 votes
Create report that shows which users have installed specific programs on specific computers.3 votes
Right now there is no way to determine what group(s) the device belongs to in the Mobile Device inventory Report. So much for organizational reporting.3 votes
When you run the report for Mobile Device Inventory Report, you get a lot of good data, however there is nothing that shows definitively that the device is Active vs Inactive.
The closest thing in the report is the column for Last Updated, which is falling short for official reporting.
Please add a column \ reporting feature for Active \ Inactive devices in the report.3 votes
In the August service update we added some improvements to the filter used by the Last Check-in Date – if you can decide what check-in date constitutes “active”, does that work? Especially when paired with the new Intune Data Warehouse feature?
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