Identifying devices not associated with a user account

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We have one usecase where we use unassociated devices (enrolled by QR code and based on dynamic group membership - no user credentials attached).


This works fine, however it is very hard to find these devices back. We can't search by serial number and the device ID or management name is not readily apparent on the device. What do you advise to identify these devices?

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