I can confirm this work is started. We’ll let you have more details about release when we have them.
I want the choice for all 3. They should all be options that can be configured as a yes or no option.
For me it's mostly being able to use a client that isn't the default client.
On a side note....if you can add BB Hub to the list of clients that can be configured that would be great.
Microsoft should just start including some form of Intune connector pre-installed in Win 10 ENT. If they want to push it as a management option, have it already on PCs and ready to go.
changing status to Planned, since Damion has indicated a fix is in the works
Can someone reply to this. This has been in "Planning" Since August 14th, 2015.
This is a major bug and in a over a year it hasn't been resolved.
This is absolutely unacceptable. We pay for this product and we have to continue to have bugs that aren't fixed and features that are "planned" for over a year.
Can you folks please just fix these major issues.
Come on.....why isn't this fixed yet?
Almost a year later and this is still in the planned stage.
This is really a critical issue. It affects your 5 device limit and creates garbage entries showing multiple devices where there is only one device.
Is there any way to get this bumped up the list of critical issues that need to be resolved?
Cathy........seriously. This is now getting ridiculous. This fix has been in the works for Since July. This is a major issue and it doesn't seem like anything that we are reporting is getting fixed.
This comment was added August 6th. It is almost October.
Is there an eta for this fix? We are having users that are hitting their 5 device limit by only using two devices. Native, Outlook app, and Touchdown on an iPhone and native and Outlook on an iPad.
Can we get some kind of reply on this.
It seems very odd that an app that was created by the Intune team doesn't correctly report to Intune as to what OS it is running on.
This is a huge issue as we do not use Android in our environment and it is skewing our reporting.
Please create some kind of group or something that will recognize that the device is a user using the Outlook app.
Currently I need to re-enable the user, wait for it to sync with Intune, wipe the device, then disable the user again.
Any way to even add a check box for "show disabled users". Then you can at least search for them.
There really needs to be a fix for this as it is part of most companies off boarding process.
Take a look at our new Intune Data Warehouse feature – by integrating with PowerBI, you can use PowerBI’s filters to scope the time period you want. Will that get you what you need?
This is definitely a bug. Figured out the root cause with the help of support.
If you create an email profile and DO NOT check off "Allow email to be sent from third party applications" the option to change your default account is removed from Mail, Contacts, Calendars. When the option is ticked and the device is synced with the new changes, the option reappears.
This is the behaviour in 9.3.1, 9.3.2, and 9.3.3 beta 1-3.
This should not happen.
Hi, Kellan, yeah, sorry that’s frustrating. I’m going to move this from the Issues to the Ideas forum. As we’ve mentioned under the “get rid of Silverlight” request, we’re moving to the Azure console, starting with mobile app management. I don’t know how the change in framework will affect this particular issue, but we’ll get it in that queue.
Hi, Kellan, can you get me a screen shot, and/or repro steps? That way I can make sure I’m nagging the right owner for the UI.
1. Get an alert on the dashboard for a critical event
2. Click the alert
3. Highlight the alert and click "View Properties"
4. Click "View Troubleshooting Information" - a new window opens with a "View Troubleshooting Information" link
5. Click the new "View Troubleshooting Information" link.
6. You are taken to this link: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-ca/intune/troubleshoot/how-to-get-support-for-microsoft-intune
Yup. Edge decided not to support Silverlight. Intune admin console still uses Silverlight. We’re working on a change but nothing to report yet. I’d merge this into “replace Silverlight with HTML version” but you’re already a supporter for that one in the Ideas forum.
If you could pass this on it could be a solution for a lot of Edge browser users. I can't figure out what URL to put in there to get Intune to open in IE11 when navigated to in Edge. Maybe your folks could give it a shot and create a KB out of it?
So as a workaround I'm trying to use the enterprise mode site list tool to automatically use IE11 to open Intune.....I can't seem to figure out what URL to use since it uses ADFS to redirect.
This would be an acceptable solution for the time being to have a way to do this.
I know it’s not a total, perpetual block, but as of the week of August 27 you can configure the days and times when you don’t want devices to install any updates. In a future update, you’ll be able to delay when a software update is visibly shown on the device, from one to 90 days.
When we deliver the 90-day delay, is that good enough to call this complete? As @Daniil points out, that’s what’s Apple is offering now. And it’s not great to get yourself too out of date with updates.
Not really as blocking users is the last thing I want to do. Then once they are blocked, there is no way to go back to a previous version of iOS so you are stuck with a user who can't use the phone.
So that really isn't a solution as this is the situation that I am trying to avoid by preventing them from updating in the first place.Kellan supported this idea ·
Where this is affecting us the most is in reporting. I cannot get an accurate account of devices as the same device is listed multiple times and there is no way to consolidate the devices.
This also causes an issue with applying policies. If I set a policy to not allow Android devices, will this now block any user who is using the Outlook app on their iOS device and inform them that they are out of compliance?
This has become something that has been requested to see if we ae getting false logins from an installed iOS app. We need a report run of all the apps installed on our devices.
Since I can't vote, this really needs to get some visibility. There will be extreme bills if I can't turn this off.
iOS devices. There is a new feature in iOS 9. It will use your 4G data if it detects your wifi network is slow.
Any way to do this?