Why is Microsoft so silent about this? It’s a major issue.
Why is this not supported yet????
Hi, James, I see your comment. I sent you mail out of band using the UserVoice “contact subscribers” feature, but that doesn’t show up in the conversation on the public site. But if you’re having problems reading that mail, here’s what I said:
Have you already opened a support case on this? If so, can you reply to this mail with the support case number so I can look at the case notes? If you haven’t opened a case, that’s what I’m going to suggest next, so they can look into what’s happening.
Is there any update on this? I’ve searched for 3 weeks trying to figure out what I’m doing wrong. MS support is no help after at least 8 hours of troubleshooting- and it seems they can’t even understand what I’m asking. They’ve had me create new test users and I’ve went through at least 20 device wipes as they requested. Why is native iOS mail app requiring the additional password prompt? Even when this is performed, with MFA enabled, you have to select “do not ask again for 60 days” despite the device being registered & supervised with Intune and policies applied for SSO. Why can’t Microsoft get this right? So the other option is using conditional access policies which is essentially useless as it 1) breaks app passwords (can’t be used with azure conditional access) and 2) IPv6 traffic completely bypasses all Conditional access (another gripe all on its own), despite 2 years of user voice feedback to fix this!
This should be very straight forward - iOS supports OAuth and Intune supports Email Profiles and SSO settings.
Microsoft’s keeps stating how its dedicated to a passwordless enterprise but stuff like this demonstrates quite the contrary.
And why Sys admins can’t ever get answers, even with expensive paid support, is beyond believable.
So, what options are there with this issue and when will it be resolved?