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Reader for MS Intune does not dispose of corporate data when signed out

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Mar 07, 2019

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Has anyone used Acrobat Reader for iOS as a managed app with Intune App Protection polices applied?

I have a config setup that allows managed corporate data to flow between Acrobat Reader and other managed apps. If an application is signed out and no longer applying an Intune MAM policy, it will dispose of the corporate data and the user needs to log back in and start over. This is not the case with Reader.

With MAM applied to Reader, I can read corporate data, but not print, copy/paste or upload it to cloud storage. After logging out, those same files are still present and are allowed to be printer, uploaded and data copied out of.

I submitted a bug report to Adobe.

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Reader for MS Intune does not dispose of corporate data when signed out

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Has anyone used Acrobat Reader for iOS as a managed app with Intune App Protection polices applied?

I have a config setup that allows managed corporate data to flow between Acrobat Reader and other managed apps. If an application is signed out and no longer applying an Intune MAM policy, it will dispose of the corporate data and the user needs to log back in and start over. This is not the case with Reader.

With MAM applied to Reader, I can read corporate data, but not print, copy/paste or upload it to cloud storage. After logging out, those same files are still present and are allowed to be printer, uploaded and data copied out of.

I submitted a bug report to Adobe.

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