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More robust custom reporting for Windows device Management for ditributing and monitoring compliance on devices for specific updates
There is currently no method for reporting on and verifying installation of specific Windows OS Patches through the MaaS360 console. The reporting is incredibly deficient in only being able to track updates that are missing and what devices they a...
Add complete time stamp for last reported date in reports
Last reported date for device check in details is only showing date. The actual time stamp does not include any time. All devices are showing last reported date as same date and does not give any further granularity that includes actual time stamp.
The ability to generate reports of user accounts to phone numbers will make matching devices in carrier portals, like the My Verizon portal, to users much easier. Especially if the device changes hands.
Our customer is looking to use the Advanced search feature in order to see what IP addresses their devices are on over Wi-Fi
we can go into the portal and check on a device and the network information and this will give us the IP address that thi...
It would be good to have the ability to include the IMEI number on a Compliance rule, or at least the ability to include fields recorded on the record.
The IMEI number is particular useful to us, because if a device is inactive for a period of ti...
In order to perform some of our risk and compliance activities for devices that are 'Out of Compliance', we require the ability to do reporting on specific details of the devices... including the 'Out of Compliance Reason'. While this is currently...