Byron Hayes 41 Reputation points

Sorry for the hyphens in the question but for whatever reason it wasn't allowing me to create a custom and this was my way of circumventing it.

The Microsoft Graph endpoint for the geolocation identification of managed devices is unfortunately not provided on the following page:

Could you please provide this and update your online documentation as well for future intune/graph api users?

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  1. VipulSparsh-MSFT 16,011 Reputation points

    @Byron Hayes Thanks for reaching out.

    The endpoint becomes available, when you enable Lost mode on a supervised IOS device from managed devices list on Portal. The device must receive the commands.

    Once the details are uploaded by the device, the same can be found under devicemanagement/manageddevices

    It requires that the supervised iOS device be placed into lost mode and the Locate device command to be issued in the portal and received by the device. Once that's done you query the deviceManagement resource and the location appears as an additional attribute on the device.

    If any further queries around this, do share the following details to azcommunity[at]microsoft[dot]com
    tenant id/tenant name, subscription id.

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