358 votesneeds more info · AdminTyler Castaldo (UserVoice Admin - Microsoft Intune, Microsoft Intune) responded
Hi, everyone. I want to clarify: is this request for computers managed using the PC software client (PC agent), or is this for computers managed as mobile devices (MDM)?
I had Windows Hello for business enabled initially and enrolled 2 machines, but a couple weeks later I decided to disable windows hello for business because it was messing around with SMB Shares / Cached Credentials on the endpoints.. Despite disabling Windows Hello for Business, the two machines I initially setup are still stuck wanting the user to enter a pin.. It's driving me insane.
328 votesJake Ives supported this idea ·
I like the idea of this feature.
Would be really handy
An update on this – this feature in flight but we are going to take a bit more time before we make it publicly available. Should be early in 2020. Thanks for your patience!
Please can you confirm whether your comment relates to Windows 10 computers or Mobile Devices (Android / iPhone)?
I understand that it is best practice to autopilot reinstall a machine and have the new user enroll with their credentials (that makes sense from a digital hygiene angle) , but there are situations where it simply doesn't make sense to reinstall the whole machine just to have the owner name display correctly in In-Tune - It would be nice to be able to change the owner on the fly without needing to resort to unsupported powershell commands.
Please advise when you expect to release this function.