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Currently, MSP's who use the MaaS partner portal to manage customer tenancies of MaaS 360 do *NOT* have the ability to perform basic search. (The search box located just above the "setup" menu for customers is not available)
This would streamlin...
Restore option for deleted apps (especially enterprise apps)
If we delete an app it would be great to have a restore option to be able to add the app back into the App Catalog. Especially for Enterprise apps where we need to have the file (ipa, apk, or exe) file that may have been lost and having to go back...
Example: If an admin resets a passcode on a device that does not meet the policy requirements. There is no message or alert that notifies the admins. You are only able to find out that the passcode was rejected when you go into the history section...
Support for Account-Drive User Enrollment methodology
The IBM team would like to adopt User Enrollment for account-driven enrollment methodology. This is the modern way to enroll an iOS BYOD device in the UE space and provides a better experience than profile-driven does.
Comprehensive list of Advanced Search Conditions/Categories and Attributes.
It would be helpful to have a comprehensive list of Advanced Search Conditions/Categories and Attributes. I find it difficult to locate which category an attribute is in or even finding the relevant attribute to use. Having a comprehensive list wi...
When accessing the Reports tab and going to the Hardware Inventory, Software, Operating System, when going back into the report it should clear all filters rather than having to manually go into the portal and click the "clear button" (in the uppe...
Ability to view managed device eSim number from the device record on the MaaS360 portal
eSims are starting to be rolled out in different countries and we need visibility of these corporate lines on managed devies for the CMSP team. Enrolled devices with eSim/iMEI2 phone lines may only be visbile on the device and not the MaaS360 admi...
MaaS360 Audit APIs response time-values to human-readable date from Unix(Epoch) timestamp
The date/ time values ( e.g. loginAttemptTime, logout time...) in response to the following MaaS360 audit API ( Ref : MaaS360 Webservices - Reference Guide - v10.85) calling comes in a Unix(Epoch) timestamp format, which is not human-readable form...
All these reports would benefit if the deviceid, was included. deviceid is a unique identifier, and some other actions available in the webservices require this field. Basic search, locate, send a message, etc. Data Usage Report Device Name,Userna...