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App Catalog’s Behavior & Display Need to Be Responsive in Real Time
-MaaS360 App Catalog won't instantly start an application installation.
-Each application installation or update won't reflect its actual status.
-The Updates screen doesn't show if each application has been correctly updated.
-After an update by ...
Currently, a device within a fleet can be rebooted using the MaaS360 website by navigating to https://m3.maas360.com -> devices -> device info -> more -> reboot device. There should be a web API endpoint which offers the same functiona...
"You have exceeded the allowed number of authentication attempts." Device Warning
It would be helpful if this message showed on the device when the user enters their password too many times incorrectly. My MaaS360 instance is configured to require users to enter their corporate credential during enrollment. The threshold is set...
I am asking if a setting could be added in policy management for Android Enterprise enrolled devices to disable the ability to change the lock screen passcode after it has been configured.
The iOS policies in Maas do allow for this function by re...
Enter the option to change the date format to (dd/mm/yyyy).
When we change the language to Portuguese the date format remains in (mm/dd/yyyy) causing confusion for some people, it would be interesting to have the option to change the date format a...
The iOS policy is currently setup as a monolithic policy. This makes sense for smaller customers who only have to manage one set of configurations and makes changes to all of them at the same time. IBM does not benefit from the current implementat...
Currently a workplace persona policy can be assigned to a username so when a device is enrolled using that username that policy is assigned to all devices under that user name. I would make enrollment more efficient if an MDM policy can be assigne...