Jun 05 2018 02:29 AM
Jun 05 2018 02:29 AM
Looks like Microsoft is going to deprecate Intune Managed Browser soon. Anyone has any thought about that?
Things which lead me to that conclusion:
Jun 30 2018 12:59 PM
Certainly but as long as the config and protections options are not fully equal to Managed Browser this won't happen imho.
Edge needs to get more config options like Favorites, block/white list, etc... interesting how fast they can deliver then there will be no need to keep Managed Browser anymore.
Aug 06 2018 12:04 PM
so wait, the 'managed browser' is not an app you specify as a browser? do you have documentation ? I am trying to configure one now.
Aug 06 2018 12:12 PM
No, "Managed Browser" stands for Intune Managed Browser.
Aug 30 2018 01:39 PM
I for one can't wait for Edge to become the default browser - the Managed Browser reminds of the Windows NT days.
Oct 08 2018 02:31 AM
Yes you are right and there is a great session about it. MS Edge seems ready. Let's test it out.
Mar 18 2019 01:10 PM - edited Mar 25 2019 02:53 PM
@Justin Scarborough I think Mobile Edge is now fully comparable to the Intune Managed Browser. The documentation does not mention any missing features and I'm currently not aware of any.
UPDATE Microsoft Edge support for Intune scenarios on iOS and Android devices - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/intune/whats-new#microsoft-edge-support-for-intune-scenarios-on-ios...
Mar 26 2019 01:03 AM
That is really depends on why do you need Edge on devices. If it is required to improve security by use of App Protection policies for some internal resources, then probably you need to plan doing that. But if it is just using Edge for using Edge, then it is not feasible.
Apr 03 2019 10:56 AM
Was MS going to release a specific date they would start depreciating support/resources to the Managed browser?
I have already remove MB from Android/iOS platform and turned the policies towards Edge. I have seen some comments here, blocking/white-listing sites? Really? That seems more and more a Corporate Device and not what is most likely a BYOD scenario. We force users to use Edge for anything inside Intune.