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  • 質問

  • I have a Cordova LOB application managed by Intune. On logon the app redirects the user to the system browser and opens the ADFS Sign on page. But I need to open the authentication page in the Intune Managed Browser.

    Does anybody have an idea how to achieve this?

    2018年1月18日 14:19

回答

  • The issue was I was using the InAppBrowser and SafariViewController and window.open('...', '_self') but the correct way is to open https-intunemam:// links with window.open('url', '_system'); in Cordova

    Thank you for the help.

    Kind regards,

    Ryan

    • 回答としてマーク RyDG 2018年1月23日 18:00
    2018年1月23日 18:00

すべての返信

  • Hello,

    If the Cordova LOB application is a managed app by Intune, you can create a protection policy, in which you can enable the 'Restrict web content to display in the Managed Browser' option. When this setting is enabled, any links in the app will be opened in the Managed Browser.

    Best regards,

    Andy Liu


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    2018年1月19日 6:13
  • Can you confirm this is not supported on iOS? 

    We have the protection policy enabled, but opening a link with the https-intunemam:// protocol does not open the intune managed browser.

    2018年1月19日 14:03
  • Can you confirm this is not supported on iOS? 

    We have the protection policy enabled, but opening a link with the https-intunemam:// protocol does not open the intune managed browser.

    This is still valid for iOS and is supported . https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/intune/app-protection-policy-settings-ios

    How to manage internet access https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/intune/app-configuration-managed-browser

    Restrict web content to display in the Managed Browser Choose Yes to enforce web links in the app to be opened in the Managed Browser app. 

    For devices not enrolled in Intune, the web links in policy-managed apps can open only in the Managed Browser app. 


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    2018年1月20日 7:08
  • Hello,

    To extend the protection policy to LOB apps, you should use Microsoft Intune SDK or Microsoft Intune App Wrapping Tool for both iOS and Android platform.

    You can consult the LOB app developer for the integration with Intune.

    You can visit the following site for managed apps and technical resources.

    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/cloud-platform/microsoft-intune-apps

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/intune/migration-guide-app-protection-policies

    Best regards,

    Andy Liu


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    2018年1月22日 9:34
  • Thank you both for the help. But it is still not working. 

    The LOB is a Cordova App and I am wrapping the builds using the Microsoft Intune App Wrapping Tool, both for iOS and Android.

    I have checked the protection policy 'Restrict web content to display in the Managed Browser' and it is enabled.

    For Android, links only get opened in the Intune Managed Browser when I set the Managed Browser as the default browser.

    For iOS links still open in Safari, and when I use the https-intunemam:// protocol nothing happens.

    Kind regards,

    Ryan

    2018年1月22日 16:48
  • Is it mandatory to use the https-intunemam:// protocol, or can we just use the http / https protocol?
    2018年1月23日 10:17
  • The issue was I was using the InAppBrowser and SafariViewController and window.open('...', '_self') but the correct way is to open https-intunemam:// links with window.open('url', '_system'); in Cordova

    Thank you for the help.

    Kind regards,

    Ryan

    • 回答としてマーク RyDG 2018年1月23日 18:00
    2018年1月23日 18:00