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    92 comments  ·  Ideas » Mobile Device Management (general)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    PiersMH-DwrCymru commented  · 

    This is an awful / un-achievable idea. In short, what happens when both MDM's apply conflicting passcode policies to the same device; which wins?

    I understand the scenario's given, but this isn't the solution to any presented.

    As per another comment, this is a limitation of MDM's not Intune. Unless "all the MDM providers" get together, this isn't going to happen.

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    89 comments  ·  Ideas » Mobile Device Management (general)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    PiersMH-DwrCymru commented  · 

    Agree this prevention is required, and concur this needs to be implemented for supervised corporate devices.

    In addition to the comments already made, as I can't see this specific item mentioned (specific to iOS):
    There also needs to be a policy to prevent a user from removing the Comp Portal app at all. We can stop icons from being re-arranged but not uninstalled. System apps such as Messages & Photos can't be removed (General > iP* Storage > Comp Portal > Delete app)

    In our example, we remove the ability to factory reset, so if the user removes the portal app, the device can no longer be reset (or at least not very easily). For some of our kiosk devices this effectively bricks a device.

    Please include this as part of the above functionality.

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