This is a real problem.
The ability to use enterprise systems apps solves this limitation.
This is a much needed feature. We can't move forward with Android for Work without it.
This seems to be complete with the ability to enroll fully managed devices and dedicated devices in Intune.
believe this is mostly complete? When is it going to be finalized for end user devices enrollments.
This is available now. We can mark this as completed.
What is the status of LAPS with Intune?
We can't move to Intune without this feature
Being able to see all devices in a specific area would be nice.
Is Intune going to do something else to manage updates on iOS devices?
I can confirm this is being worked on now and should be delivered sometime this year.
Any update on this?
I like how Intune uses the Knox Enrollment program, but it does feel incomplete. I would be great to use it for Kiosk devices.
Thanks for the update.
Locate device needs to work better
I can confirm this work is started. We’ll let you have more details about release when we have them.
Are we going to get an update on this anytime soon?
An update on this – this feature in flight but we are going to take a bit more time before we make it publicly available. Should be early in 2020. Thanks for your patience!
This is an important feature to have
This is another response from Cisco regarding this issue. My question was why can I configure this with Airwatch and not Intune.
From Cisco Anyconnect feedback:
This is because Airwatch uses Android restrictions to configure AnyConnect while InTune relies on URI function. This is not a limitation set by Cisco. InTune should move to the other method.
I can't believe this is not configured already. This feature is available with other MDMs like Airwatch and Mobile Iron. Why can't Microsoft configure Intune to configure Anyconnect without having to turn off external controls.
I talked to the Cisco anyconnect PM and this was their response:
This is not an AnyConnect limitation. This is an implementation decision from InTune. If this was a Cisco limitation, you obviously wouldn’t be able to do this with your existing product. FWIW, I discussed this exact problem w/ the InTune PM a few weeks ago. Suggest you escalate your concerns directly to Microsoft.
As of the Oct 2018 release, when a device is not compliant, you can create an action on the compliance policy that locks the device remotely. This is supported on iOS, as well as Android, MacOS, Win10 Mobile, and WinPhone 8.1 and later.
Does that get you want you need or is there something else still missing?
This item is referring to the iOS activation lock feature. I believe that was already completed when you added your bypass activation lock feature for iOS devices.
Thanks for the heads up for the compliance item to force locking devices. I don't think that addresses this suggestion, but I already consider this suggestion completed with the bypass activation lock feature added.
Thanks, @Nathan. If there’s consensus that Known Folder Move meets the requirements of this request, I can call it “started”
“We are working to integrate the ADMX/ADML packages KFM with Windows Intune later this year.”
Known folder move works for my purpose
I can confirm that work on this feature is underway, but I don’t have any details to share about timing.
Do you have an update on this
This is a much needed feature