91 votesAnonymous commented
I appreciate this idea and would suggest to extend it to push any kind of registry settings. But yes, especially the user based ones are difficult to set with the available workarounds (e.g. custom app, powershell script).
@David Aside from the fact that is a huge overhead for adding some registry settings, ADMX backed policies doesn't allow you to configure all registry keys
1,071 votesAnonymous commented
Looks like this is in development for W32 apps on Windows 10: https://osddeployment.dk/2019/02/22/win32-app-inventory-with-intune-management-extension/
"The inventory part is a feature that is released with [Intune] version 1901."
We're on this Intune version but sadly the feature isn't available. He seems to have a newer version of the sidecar engine (the registry keys "Inventories" and "InventoryTenant" are not available on our clients.