ok, this is noted, meaning we know you want it, but don’t have anything more to say at this point.
Hi Cathy, we actually want to see the ability to manage Apple's Software Updates. I think its great that we'll be able to manage Microsoft AutoUpdate, but that's not what was intended with this request.
Me too. Would love to hear some more about this. We're onboard with the vision of dumping the legacy Windows 8.1 and earlier PC enrolled scenarios as long as all these features make it back into Windows 10 MDM. We need inventory, reporting, notifications, software deployments, etc. Basically SCCM in the cloud. If the messaging is that we should all be going Hybrid and deploying SCCM, then great, but please let us know that. Why aren't we getting SCCM as a fully-hosted cloud service though if that is the case?
Can you tell us more about why using MDM isn’t a reasonable expectation?
This is resolved now with Domain Join++
MDM enrolled devices can't be controlled by software update or anti-malware policies and they can't report on either either like a PC managed device. Our clients need many of their devices to be enrolled as PCs to get the advanced functionality that comes along with that enrollment method.
This appears to be a duplicate of this: https://microsoftintune.uservoice.com/forums/291681-ideas/suggestions/9390618-no-auto-restart-with-logged-on-users-for-scheduled
changing status to Planned, since Damion has indicated a fix is in the works
Agreed on this being a critical issue.
This is something we hear a lot, but there are degrees of server support – just like the desktop client, or just a subset of those features. We would love to get more specific in a survey we just put up here https://microsoft.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_0P65dThvhzD5ZUV. We’ll leave it up until mid January, since the holidays will have some people out of town for a few weeks. Thanks! We look forward to hearing from you!
OMS should include Intune-like functionality such as standalone reporting, anti-virus, control of updates, software deployment, etc.