Ask the Intune/office 365 manager to remove the devices on their end,
both in Intune/MEM and AzureAD, and ask them to tell you what they find.
If, for example, they tell you that the device is already removed from
Intune, I have a few users with this...
For me, it was a device that had fallen out of our main "Site" into
"None", and as some of us may have discovered in the past, there is no
way to search for devices that do not have a "Site" defined. You can add
a search to a site, but you cannot sea...
It's hard to say, and I want to apologize that I'm asking questions that
probably relate more to our problems than to yours - but perhaps we have
something in common. Somewhere around the time of the Jamf 10.41 upgrade
and the Mac OS 12.5.1 upgrade, ...
I have three recon policies: The first automatic recon runs weekly on
all machines at check-in, network state change and enrollment.The second
automatic recon runs daily on machines that need it: Out of compliance,
critical apps or updates missing or...
I don't believe you can, I'm afraid. I'm in a similar situation and our
Office 365 requires MFA - which you cannot automate. Now if your tenant
does not use MFA, you may have some success connecting to the proxy
outlook.office365.com as if it were th...