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    3 comments  ·  Ideas » iOS-specific  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    PafkaCZ commented  · 

    Cathy Moya: Whatever. if you think it's OK for a policy called "Max minutes of inactivity" to be completely ineffectvie on iOS devices and allow them to stay unlocked for 4 hours because of this, then yes you can call it "request for different behavior". I'd call it a big bug myself. If I set 5 minutes, I then expect 5 minutes, not 4 hours.

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    PafkaCZ commented  · 

    Kieran Gupta: Exactly, the Require passcode" (maxGracePeriod) policy should be enforced as well or just be set to 0 by default.

    Now, Office 365 MDM managed iOS devices can stay unlocked for up to 4 hours no matter what you set in "Minutes of inactivity before device is locked" - I would expect better from an enterprise solution.

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