As of the week of June 4, 2018, the Microsoft Edge browser for mobile devices (iOS and Android) supports Microsoft Intune app protection policies. Users of iOS and Android devices who sign-in with their corporate Azure AD accounts in the Edge application will be protected by Intune. On iOS devices, the Require managed browser for web content policy will allow users to open links in Edge when it is managed.
I think what you’re asking for is making Edge replace the managed browser, so I won’t call this complete, but wanted you to know that we added this Edge-related feature.
Cathy Moya - Is there a time frame for when this "Edge-related" feature will be available? When can we expect it to be added to the approved client applications list?
Yup, this one is definitely on our list of things we know customers want, but you’re right, we don’t have this yet.
Any update on this?
I had heard this was coming for Android. Is there any update?
We have this same request for our Android devices. They added this option for iOS but I have not seen it for Android.
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Yes, when we import a LOB app to Intune, it doesn’t pull the application’s icon image in.
It would be ideal to be able to filter the view in the application list by the application’s OS and Source (Public/Line-of-Business).
While attempting to work around this issue, I noticed that there doesn’t seem to be a way to sort by columns in the application list. In other blades (Device Configurations), you can click a column head to sort by that column, however this doesn’t appear to be a function of the application list.
This feedback was filed by a user, using the survey we had before we switched to UserVoice. Popular ideas have been moved to UserVoice.
When importing an app via VPP, it pulls the app automatically into the Intune app list, ignoring whether that app was already imported another way. This isn’t a huge issue, as we can just delete the other app entries if they’re not needed, however we’re not seeing a way to modify any of the information in the VPP imported apps. This makes sense for some fields (app name, description, publisher, etc.), however for more company specific fields I would think that would be an option. For example, if we want to set the category of an app in our Company Portal, or limit a certain app to iPad/iPhone only, or set it up as a featured app.
Same here. We need MAM policies for Yammer to address compliance concerns.