Incorrect Azure AD/Conditional Access display in computer search

stephenb
New Contributor III

I have a fleet of Macs that are enrolled in Microsoft Endpoint Manager via the Jamf connector and Company Portal.

Upon adding the criteria "Computer Azure Active Directory ID", "User Azure Active Directory ID" and "Conditional Access Inventory State" to Inventory Display, all Macs show their status for each of these criteria as "Not present" from within the Computers > Search Inventory page in Jamf Pro.

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If we look at the actual Mac inventory record, the attributes are visible with their correct values

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And again, when viewing the contents of a smart group, the attributes are visible too

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I would expect these attributes to all be visible from within a computer search from the Computers > Search Inventory page in Jamf Pro.

Is anyone else seeing this? Am I missing something?

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easyedc
Valued Contributor II

Can you edit and upload your screen shots? stupid web filter...

fabian_fasshube
New Contributor III

Is it possible that the users have the UserID 502 or later and not 501? (You can check that with running "id -u" on any of the Macs having the problem)

I've read that there are some issues when using the overview with "CA Inventory State" etc. , if they do not apply on the first user created (Which always equals 501).

slang
New Contributor II

As far as I can remember, there is a known PI for that.
Edit:
PI-007086
Computer AAD ID, User AAD ID, and Conditional Access Inventory State values display as "Not present" in basic computer search results for computers registered with Microsoft Intune. Workaround: Perform an advanced search.

inflicted
New Contributor II

Even when doing an advanced search, the values are still showing up inconsistent. Anyone figure this out recently?