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    Richard commented  · 

    I thought for sure I would find this option in my user settings but alas there was nothing. I very much hope this can be implemented. Seems like a trivial change compared to most of the requests and would certainly help me not be blinded every time I open SimpleMDM lol

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    Richard commented  · 

    This is critical for administering the devices at our company. It would be so much easier to manage device refreshes and determine device refresh cycles if I could see which devices have batteries that are beginning to fail and budget for those to be replaced. I could also see which departments based on the types of device usage are harder on the batteries and perhaps they need to be replaced sooner vs other departments which might last far longer and better than anticipated and could go longer without refreshing and maintain device performance. With this feature in MDM this could be very simply exported to excel and filtered quickly.

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    Richard commented  · 

    With Microsoft Intune you can configure each app as being removable or not by the user. We sometimes assign an app to devices that we are OK with the user removing if they decide they would prefer not to use it. However in other cases we want to ensure it is not possible for the user to remove an app. I asked your support team if there was an option for doing this within SimpleMDM and they were able to determine how Intune accomplishes it and asked that I post my request here. The response from your support agent is below:

    I was able to figure out how Intune is able to control whether or not individual apps are allowed to be removed or not. It turns out there is a property that can be passed when installing an app via MDM that flags apps as removable/unremovable. If you'd like to see this implemented within SimpleMDM, I'd recommend that you submit the idea to our Suggestions portal

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