Hi, Cole, can you give us more detail? What control would you want that isn’t there now?
Hi, Cole, If the show\hide does not expand collapse the preview pane make sure you didn’t drag the size of the pane to the minimum. That can make it look like the preview pane isn’t working. If that’s not the case, can you repro this consistently? On more than one computer? Is it the same in all browsers?
I see it. The mechanism isn't very clear. Thank you.
Just to clarify, there's no active prompt - just a passive icon with a warning triangle; what if the icon is hidden? Let's say the user habitually shuts down their machine and then when they're in the middle of a presentation Intune restarts the machine - forcibly - because the update is past deadline. I think an active prompt would be better, I should not have to request users to keep an eye on that icon and then click it when they see it change and to restart and not shutdown - because it's not the same or similar mechanism.
Despite the link below one configurable setting would be ideal without taking lots of factors into account.
I'm having hard time with this auto restart, I can't believe it's not more of an issue! So far I've concluded sifting through updates that don't require a restart and install them and stock pile updates that do. There isn't much control even after setting Yes to "Allow logged on user to control Windows restart after installation of scheduled updates and applications."
Is there any way to allow the user to click restart later when there's a restart required before deadline? I'm having users restart with minimal warning or control and even my test machines experience the same issue. I have Auto Main unchecked, Delay to restart at 30, and allow logged on user to control Windows restart to yes on scheduled and prompt for mandatory.
You can configure if a device automatically restarts after installing an update using Update Rings. Does that satisfy this request? If not, what’s missing?
Today we released support for assigning Office 365 ProPlus apps to devices that run Windows 10. Does that count as “adding predefined deployment packages”? Or is there something we’re missing here? If you think we covered it, I’ll mark it complete.
I'm interested in predefined packages as well.