We’re looking at how best to implement this, given various service dependencies with the myapp portal. Thank you for the continued feedback.
Same issue as everyone else. Our default security position is that all apps should have CA on rather than off as Microsoft always invent a new O365 app for which we need to make sure there isn't a single factor of authentication to get into it. Since there is such a huge number of apps it is better to have a default as CA on and then exclude apps where we need customised CA policies.
As per the the original post I want to revoke device configuration policies with intune for non compliant devices. Particularly our WiFi policy.
We’re continuing to investigate options for adding this support. There are technical challenges to overcome in order to make this happen. We thank you for all your valuable comments so far, and welcome any additional feedback you have on what are the most important use cases involved with these scenarios.
Thanks for the post , votes, and comments. We are aware of this limitation and are targeting sometime next year to improve this experience. In the meantime you can sign up for a new account in your desired country and transfer your assets to the new account via Support.
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It has become quite evident how big of a mistake selecting the wrong country in O365 is particularly when it comes to performance. We have already taken the steps of getting Microsoft to do a 'Go Local' move which has had marginal performance gains for services like Exchange, but on the whole most O365/Azure services end up automatically being hosted in the country you do not want it to be hosted in. We experience end user performance impacts daily for OneDrive/SharePoint, Skype, Teams, AzureAD and Intune. To have O365 perform the way it should would mean to create a new tenant and all the risks involved of doing such a difficult and costly migration. This certainly opens up the option of whether or not it's worth sicking with O365, if a company is going to migrate, it opens up the discussion of "who's cloud should I migrate to?".