Confirmed that it is currently by design that conditional access allows only one identity per device at this time. We hear that you need this and we’re looking into it. I’ve changed the title and category to indicate that this is related to conditional access.
Again, this is just for multiple identities from the same company. If you’re looking for having one device with identities from two different companies for MDM, that idea is here:
And if you’re looking for having multiple identities for MAM, that idea is here: https://microsoftintune.uservoice.com/forums/291681/suggestions/34627435
Zardoz, please stop posting here, this is not the appropriate place to request that type of support. Please visit https://support.microsoft.com for these types of issues. This is a UserVoice forum for product feedback, plus your request has nothing to do with this particular topic.
Would like to see the following mobile apps to be MAM enabled:
- Microsoft Teams
- Office 365 Admin
- Citrix Receiver
- OneNote (Android)
- PowerBI (Android)
I was under the impression that the Intune Azure portal was fully "GA" already - so I'm very confused how (what I would expect to be) a fairly largely used feature like the Intune PC Agent management could have been missed, ignored or just not communicated about. How can you call the Intune Azure portal GA if all the functionality hasn't been moved yet and without communicating what hasn't been moved yet and the timeline for moving it all?
OK, seems clear that people still mean this suggestion for the PC client, not the MDM client, so setting the status to Noted.
You can manage software updates (feature and quality) for Windows 10 devices managed by MDM using Windows Update for Business. And you can do peer downloading. Here are the docs for that.
What’s keeping you using the PC client? Is it the operating system or are there still feature gaps you can’t live without on MDM?
I know it’s not a total, perpetual block, but as of the week of August 27 you can configure the days and times when you don’t want devices to install any updates. In a future update, you’ll be able to delay when a software update is visibly shown on the device, from one to 90 days.
When we deliver the 90-day delay, is that good enough to call this complete? As @Daniil points out, that’s what’s Apple is offering now. And it’s not great to get yourself too out of date with updates.
I can confirm that work on this feature is underway, but I don’t have any details to share about timing.
Hi, Peter, I noticed you also voted for one of our top vote getters, a more general remote control/remote assistance request. Can you tell me what’s different about this one?