We just released this in November:
“The Intune Company Portal on macOS has an updated experience, which has been optimized to cleanly display all the information and compliance notifications your users need for all the devices they have enrolled. And, once the Intune Company Portal has been deployed to a device, Microsoft AutoUpdate for macOS will provide updates to it. You can download the new Intune Company Portal for macOS by logging into the Intune Company Portal website from a macOS device.”
Can I mark it complete? If not, what’s missing?
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.
Agree with James... we really need all the PC-enrolled functionality from the classic Intune to be rolled over to Azure AD joined devices. It would be great if we got all of this (and more) without the need for an agent.
Please allow us to deploy software to MDM enrolled Windows 10 computers with the same controls that are available to deploying software to SCCM enrolled PCs. In the field/real-world this feels like the most valuable features Intune could implement.
Hopefully by now you’re seen our Data Warehouse feature that released recently. You can now get this data in console under Mobile Apps → Monitor → Discovered apps.There’s a table exposed in the data warehouse applicationInventories that exposes the same data.
We also have a listing of all managed apps and their installation status under Mobile Apps → Monitor → App install status."
Does that get you what you need? If not, what’s missing?
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?
Hi, I’m not sure what O365 MDM functionality you don’t get with Configuration Manager as your Management Authority. The 0365 features area really a small subset, sort of an “Intune Lite” feature set, but hybrid Configuration Manager lets you do a lot. Or you can move to all Intune Standalone if that fits your business better. Reply back on the thread and let us know what you’re missing from Intune Hybrid or Intune Standalone. Oh, and by the way, you can now change the your MDM authority without contacting Microsoft Support and unenrolling/re-enrolling everything. See https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/mdm/deploy-use/change-mdm-authority for more information.
@Cathy, do you have an update on this?
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
I can confirm this is planned, though I can’t confirm anything about timing yet.
Thank you again for your passion and feedback around this suggestion!
We support organizations with hundreds of users that are considering the purchase of Intune so they can implement Conditional Access for security. The biggest blocker we hear about for purchase is that there is no desire to implement until enrollment and configuration can be fully automated.
Our customers want us to be able to enroll hundreds of devices automatically, push Microsoft apps to them automatically at the same time, and most importantly have all those apps automatically configured and signed in. It would make sense if the user had to enter their password once, but that should the max; use the Azure Authenticator app possibly to ensure only one login.
Our clients often lose interest when we get to the demo part of our sale when they see that most Microsoft apps have to be individually authenticated and configured. Look at how Google and Adobe are handling SSO and zero config on iOS; you only enter a password once in any of the apps. Google's MDM can deploy apps that require zero config. We lose lots of sales because of this.
Does that drive home the point enough Cathy?
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.
Sounds like this idea I posted: http://microsoftintune.uservoice.com/forums/291681-ideas/suggestions/9390618-no-auto-restart-with-logged-on-users-for-scheduled