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MC517323 – (Updated) Plan for Change: App protection and configuration reporting updates (archived)

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check before: 2023-03-04

Product:

Graph API, Intune, Microsoft Graph

Platform:

Developer, World tenant

Status:

Change type:

Admin impact, Feature update, Updated message

Links:

MC458650

Details:

Updated March 31, 2023: We have updated the content and timing outlined below. Thank you for your patience.
Previously mentioned in MC458650, there are several upcoming changes to app protection and configuration reports to improve and simplify the reporting experience in Microsoft Intune. We will be updating the App protection status report and adding a new report, App configuration status. These reports will have robust filtering allowing you to achieve more slices of data while working from the same report. They will replace the following reports:
User report
App report
User configuration report
App configuration report
Additionally, we will be removing the following reports (located on the current App protection status report summary view):
Assigned users
Flagged users
Note: We recommend leveraging compliance reports to determine which devices/users do not meet your organization’s compliance policies, such as jailbroken or rooted devices. For more information, see documentation for Monitor results of your Intune Device compliance policies.
Users with potentially harmful apps
Review documentation for additional system security options.
These changes are expected with Intune's May (2305) service release. At the time of this change or soon after, the corresponding Graph API’s will also be removed.

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Created:
2023-02-18

updated:
2023-04-01

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2023-04-01MC MessagesPreviously mentioned in MC458650, there are several upcoming changes to app protection and configuration reports to improve and simplify the reporting experience in Microsoft Intune. We will be updating the App protection status report and adding a new report, App configuration status. These reports will have robust filtering allowing you to achieve more slices of data while working from the same report. They will replace the following reports:
User report
App report
User configuration report
App configuration report
Additionally, we will be removing the following reports (located on the current App protection status report summary view):
Flagged users
Note: We recommend leveraging compliance reports to determine which devices/users do not meet your organization’s compliance policies, such as jailbroken or rooted devices. For more information, see documentation for Monitor results of your Intune Device compliance policies.
Users with potentially harmful apps
Review documentation for additional system security options.
These changes are expected with Intune's March (2303) service release. At the time of this change or soon after, the corresponding Graph API’s will also be removed.
Updated March 31, 2023: We have updated the content and timing outlined below. Thank you for your patience.
Previously mentioned in MC458650, there are several upcoming changes to app protection and configuration reports to improve and simplify the reporting experience in Microsoft Intune. We will be updating the App protection status report and adding a new report, App configuration status. These reports will have robust filtering allowing you to achieve more slices of data while working from the same report. They will replace the following reports:
User report
App report
User configuration report
App configuration report
Additionally, we will be removing the following reports (located on the current App protection status report summary view):
Assigned users
Flagged users
Note: We recommend leveraging compliance reports to determine which devices/users do not meet your organization’s compliance policies, such as jailbroken or rooted devices. For more information, see documentation for Monitor results of your Intune Device compliance policies.
Users with potentially harmful apps
Review documentation for additional system security options.
These changes are expected with Intune's May (2305) service release. At the time of this change or soon after, the corresponding Graph API’s will also be removed.
2023-04-01MC TitlePlan for Change: App protection and configuration reporting updates(Updated) Plan for Change: App protection and configuration reporting updates
2023-04-01MC Last Updated02/18/2023 00:23:442023-03-31T20:23:48Z
2023-04-01MC MessageTagNamesFeature update, Admin impactUpdated message, Feature update, Admin impact
2023-04-01MC End Time05/12/2023 09:00:002023-06-26T09:00:00Z

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