Support for AAD Conditional Access as an approved client
We use AAD Conditional Access to ensure only approved MS apps are used to access Office 365 data (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-gb/azure/active-directory/conditional-access/technical-reference#approved-client-app-requirement). Can you please add support for this into the Whiteboard app, as our organisation (and I expect many others) will be unable to use the app until this is done.
Whiteboard iOS Conditional Access is now available in version 20.10727.0.5366 or higher. All known issues (e.g. authentication loops) have been resolved.
Note: when selecting the app to target with your policy, you may need to search “Microsoft Whiteboard” or “Microsoft Whiteboard Services” and not just “Whiteboard” for it to appear.
My company wants to use whiteboard on iPads, any update?
Ronnie Kinch commented
Do you have a update for us? We cant wait to get MS Whiteboard App on the supported list. ;)
Michael Zurawski commented
Any chance for a date on when Whiteboard will support AAD Conditional Access
My company uses the Surface Hub, and plans to purchase the Surface Hub 2.
I noticed for the first time when I tried to watch a picture that used the Surface Hub on an iPad.
Microsoft Whiteboard is not compatible with iOS.
Dear Arpita, any news on when this will be released, as mentioned in previous comments it is a deployment blocking issue...
This is quite disappointing that we cannot use what would be a great application in Microsoft 365 or any environment employing conditional access for modern apps.
OMG Microsoft, what are you playing at? This should be a prerequisite for any piece of software released. You're going after the Enterprise market; but dropping the ball like this is unforgivable. However, even more reprehensible is the fact you've deliberatly taken the stance not to do anything about this since it was first raised in November - SIX months ago!
Jon Vassar commented
Agreed with Barry, how is this not normal development at this point with O365? Would love to have our iPad users make use of this with Teams Meetings.
Barry C commented
Any progress on this? Seems like AAD Conditional Access support should be a day one requirement for any new mobile application from Microsoft. We are well past day one for Whiteboard.
Our users cannot sign in in the Whiteboard app when a conditional access requiring a compliant device to access sharepoint online is in place. I think it is a bug in the whiteboard app because when the conditional access is active, onedrive (who use sharepoint online) is working correctly (the user can sign in and access their data).
Or I am missing something ?
The whiteboard app tells the users to enroll their devices. When you click on the enroll button, the company portal opens up and you can see that your device is already enrolled with no errors.
Any idea ?
Same here. Please add the app to the approved client apps, otherwise we aren't able to use it!