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    25 comments  ·  Ideas » iOS-specific  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Kellan commented  · 

    So did Damion ever come back to work and actually complete this fix? This has been in a "PLANNED" state since August 2015.

    Thanks Damion for not finishing the tasks you plan to complete. Really appreciate it.

    Kellan commented  · 

    If I have a policy to not allow Android devices to activate, will this stop users who are using the Outlook app on their iOS device?

    From what I am seeing, this seems to be the case.

    Can anyone confirm?

    Kellan commented  · 

    I get this all the time as well. Makes it difficult for reporting as we dont have any Android devices in our environment.

    Please fix this!

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    5 comments  ·  Ideas » Telecom Expense Management  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Kellan commented  · 

    Welll......all of them. iOS in particular but that is kind of a silly question. We want the equivalent feature set across all devices if possible.

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    5 comments  ·  Ideas » iOS-specific  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    8 comments  ·  Ideas » Apps config and deployment  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Kellan commented  · 

    I was trying to do this to remove the BES12 Client after successful enrollment in Intune. I thought I was being smart.

    Push out Comp Portal with Bes 12
    Deactivate device from BES.
    Enroll in Intune
    Intune app installation for the BES 12 client in intune says Uninstall so once it is enrolled, it prompts to remove the BES 12 client.

    it sadly didn't work as I was told that anything that was on the device prior to enrollment is a mystery to Intune.

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    4 comments  ·  Ideas » Company Portal (all platforms)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    We need clarification :-)

    First: Are you saying when you click the “waffle” icon in the upper left corner of an O365 app like Mail, Calendar, etc that you would want to see Company Portal listed along with all the other apps? (and yes, we really call it the waffle here.)

    Second:
    We have some Intune features built into O365, without you even needing to buy Intune. Let’s call this “Intune Lite” even though we don’t really call it that.
    We also have a “better together” story with )365 and an Intune subscription. Let’s call that “Intune Full”.
    Intune Lite can’t deploy apps – you need Intune Full for that.
    Since the Company Portal is primarily for distributing company apps, would you want it listed if you have only Intune Lite? Or would you want it only if you have Intune Full?

    Please keep the comments coming!

    Kellan commented  · 

    This would be such an easy thing to implement. Awesome idea!!!!

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    noted  ·  3 comments  ·  Ideas » Mobile Device Management (general)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Kellan commented  · 

    Or on Android just a way to block applications being installed that don't come from the Google Play store. With iOS there really aren't any apps that are malicious that come from the App Store. Same with the Play Store. At least they do have some control of the process.

    The issue I have found is Android users who are non-malicious and get a link to an app package that is from a third party source. They download the app, go into settings and allow installation from untrusted sources, install the app, and BAM....whatever nasty payload the app was carrying is now on the phone and potentially now in your internal network.

    Why isn't there a feature to disable allowing untrusted sources in the first place? That seems like the biggest security hole from an enterprise perspective. At least with iOS you need to jailbreak it to get any apps that are not in the app store and all MDM products I have tested allow the ability to detect jailbroken devices.

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