the apps on this device are already managed


We will assume that the app has already been added to your App Catalog and installed to the devices via SimpleMDM. If your organization uses G Suite Business, G Suite Enterprise, or G Suite Enterprise for Education, you can whitelist the app for a specific group of users: The app appears in the whitelist almost immediately.

You can select an organizational unit, a group, or user.

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I ran this command-, REG DELETE "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows Defender" /v DisableAntiSpyware. The list includes when the app was first installed, the current version, and the publisher. To change the status of an already installed app from “unmanaged” to “managed”, turn on Sophos Mobile managed installation in the app settings and create an installation task.

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Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers trick you into paying for unnecessary This will not install the app again but will make it a managed app. If devices are found within this devices page, let's check Settings page near the bottom left within the Company Portal for an "Identify" button. At the bottom right, click Add application.

Note: The change typically takes effect in minutes, but it might take up to 24 hours to be reflected across all of your users’ devices. Requires advanced mobile management. For example, an app might request access to a device’s calendar or location. Also, the 'check apps and files' option has been disabled (selected OFF). Device-wide controls, such as a complete device wipe and reset to factory default settings are available on managed devices. I need to select the 'Warn' option. If you have basic mobile management, you can automatically install the app on users' devices. Simply asking the user to logon to the device using the Azure AD account to which the apps have been targeted will resolve this issue. Apps installed using MDM are called managed apps. For details, see Using Google Play in your organization. If you previously approved the app, click, To whitelist the app for all users in your organization, select. Using SimpleMDM, we will specify the URL for the app’s homepage. Users can get apps from the Google Play store. Locate Gmail and Drive in the list of services. Setup: Managed App Configurations. Whitelisted apps are available on the Work apps tab. If their device supports it, encourage users to set up a work profile to keep work and personal apps separate. Automatically reapprove an app when it requests new permissions.

Then, they can get managed apps from the managed Google Play store. When a user installs a whitelisted app, it’s managed by your organization. An unmanaged app is any app available on iOS, Android, Windows, and Windows Phone devices. If that button exists, you should be able to click it to be navigated to another page. Microsoft Agent or App not present/incompatible.

In the Managed Configurations section, click.
I would really appreciate a solution to this. I am afraid this has been showing my web browsing in Google Chrome.
Changing an unmanaged app to a managed app.

The only way to get these apps protected is to ask the user to install the company portal app.

official Tip: To only see the apps that are whitelisted for a specific user or group of users, use the filters on the left.