Chad ODell

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    We have released a public preview of custom roles with support for a handful of permissions related to managing application registrations. We’re now working on support for enterprise application management permissions, and will continue to release more permissions iteratively over time.

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/users-groups-roles/roles-custom-overview

    We very much appreciate all of your feedback here. We’re not done yet, so please keep letting us know what you think and where we can improve.

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    Vince Smith
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    Chad ODell commented  · 

    I work at a large company that’s dealing with device limits in Azure AD. Only GA can remove devices after a user hits their limit. We can’t go unlimited due to security concerns.
    We would like to see either a way to have a small number of users exceed the number of allowed devices or a way to have a non-GA role be provisioned the ability to remove devices when users hit the limit. The fact that device removal can’t be handled outside of GA is very limiting to our support model and security model.
    As we (and other companies) prepare to begin implementing wearables and IoT tech across the org, the GA only model for managing device removal is not going to be sustainable.

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    18 comments  ·  Azure Active Directory » Domain Join  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Chad ODell commented  · 

    I work at a large company that’s dealing with device limits in Azure AD. Only GA can remove devices after a user hits their limit. We can’t go unlimited due to security concerns.
    We would like to see either a way to have a small number of users exceed the number of allowed devices or a way to have a non-GA role be provisioned the ability to remove devices when users hit the limit. The fact that device removal can’t be handled outside of GA is very limiting to our support model and security model.
    As we (and other companies) prepare to begin implementing wearables and IoT tech across the org, the GA only model for managing device removal is not going to be sustainable.

    Chad ODell supported this idea  · 

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