As of the week of Nov 26, 2018, you can remove any app on corporate-owned supervised iOS devices. You can remove any app by targeting either user or device groups with an Uninstall assignment type. For personal or unsupervised iOS devices, you will continue to be able to remove only apps that were installed using Intune.
Does this fill the request, or do you need to be able to remove apps on personal or unsupervised devices?
I'm hoping that something is coming soon on this. We need a way to remove apps, specifically LOB apps. If there's a way and I'm missing it, I'd appreciate an assist.
recommend a 30 day notice as mentioned earlier
I can confirm that work on this feature is underway, but I don’t have any details to share about timing.
>cathy, can you or anyone from MS comment on this?
for disaster type function we are going to leverage, on iOS devices only, the Lost feature to locate people with Corporate devices, but having this type of notification feature, even if via Company Portal app would be better. This should be an idea that is nearly to the top of the list.
>Josh & other 104 that have voted this up - is this post related to internal ipa/apk files that are deployed? My scenario is trying to find a way, when I update an internal ipa/apk file, for the update to be forced to all devices. I can't find a way to force the update to devices and all I've found so far is to have people to force a sync via company portal
I have confirmed this is by design, so I am tweaking the title slightly to make it a request to change the designed behavior.