chassistype not returned when querying all managedDevices

Evans Aboge 101 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
2022-10-24T06:24:15.043+00:00

chassisType attribute is not returned when doing a managedDevices batch query, but is returned when querying individual devices by ID.

To Reproduce
Steps to reproduce the behavior:

Go to Graph explorer
Send a GET to https://graph.microsoft.com/beta/deviceManagement/managedDevices
Note that the chassisType attribute is "unknown" for the entire list of returned devices
Now send a GET to https://graph.microsoft.com/beta/deviceManagement/managedDevices/{managedDevice-id}
Note that the chassisType correctly reflects the device that was queried

Screenshots

  1. When querying all devices:
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  2. When querying one device:
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  1. Bhanu Kiran 3,521 Reputation points
    2022-10-24T19:05:14.073+00:00

    Hello @Evans Aboge ,

    This behavior is by design, it only returns default value for chassisType in LIST call. To get the real value, you need to use the GET call with select parameter.

    The list view only provides a subset of properties - this is to enable fast filtering and querying of the most commonly viewed properties.

    The device detailed view (filtering to a specific device) provides the full details of a device.

    Hope this helps.
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