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Undo ‘Device Restriction - Personalization‘ Desktop Wallpaper with Microsoft Intune/Endpoint

Is there anyway to undo ‘Device Restriction - Personalization‘ policy for Desktop Background settings in endpoint/intune?

So users are able to change the background again. I have tried removing the group that it was assigned to, it doesnt seem to be disabled.

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@CactusCake-8106 Thanks for posting in our Q&A.

For intune Configuration Profile Remove issue, whether the setting keeps the existing value or revert back to a default value, it depends on its CSP.
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/intune/configuration/device-profile-assign

Based on my research, I find that Personalization CSP's supported operations are Add, Get, Delete, and Replace.
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/client-management/mdm/personalization-csp

It is suggested to try to remove the group in assignments' included groups and add the group in excluded groups. Then sync the device and check if the profile is removed from the device.

Hope it will give you some ideas.


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Keeping in mind what you pointed out "Add, Get, Delete, and Replace". It seems to work.

Removed "All Devices" from the "include group".
Added specific groups into "excluded group" that I dont want it to be applied on.
Created a new empty group (with a single test user) just to test the "included group".

Thank you @LuDaiMSFT-0289

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@CactusCake-8106 You're welcome. I'm glad to discuss with you. : )

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