52 votesBrian McFarlane commented
We use Intune to roll out Android Enterprise to our Android Phones. Our users would like their Office365 Exchange Contacts synced with their devices. The best way we have figured out how to do this, is to load the Gmail application inside the work container and connect it to Exchange (we have a profile in Intune that pre-fills in the account outlook.office365.com for you). This then creates the Exchange account inside the work profile. From there, the Contacts application inside the work profile is then connected and syncs correctly. If a user trys to “sign in” to contacts without this step, they are told the “Action no allowed” (however creating accounts is not a restriction we have enabled). My question is - is there a way to push out a configuration with Intune that pre-configures and deploys an exchange account for our users? Or is there a way to remove this restriction (the ability for a user to create an exchange account inside their work profile).
267 votesnoted · 11 comments · Ideas » Mobile Device Management (general) · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Brian McFarlane commented
Same problem exists for MacOS devices. A setting that auto deleted duplicate serial number devices that haven’t been active in X days would do the trick.
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.”