Turn off SCCM features
The possibility to turn off SCCM features.
As example we don't use MDM in our environment I'd like to turn off this features "Apple Volume Purchase Program, iOs Activation Lock management, Passport for work, Windows Store for Business Integration, ..." and so on.
Zoltan B. commented
It's very funny that a feature can only be turned on but not turned off.
It would be time to turn it off.
Bryan Dam commented
FWIW, the product team has talked about it and it's beyond unlikely to happen. Enabling a feature does things in the console, database, ect that there is no undo button for. Which isn't to say it's not possible but very unlikely something engineering effort is going to be dedicated to.
Michael A. commented
For the most ist RBAC enough, supporters as example has not to see features that they never use or have to use. For me as an SCCM Administrator, it can be more in-depth. Why have I under "Monitoring\ Component status" a status for Components that are not installed. Why I can Turn on a feature, but I can not turn off? In some situation you like to test a feature in the productivity but after you also like it to turn off again, if you don't use it. Or I like to turn off one that automatically are enabled as example "Surface Driver Update" and I know I will never use this feature because we don't have any surface device...
AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) commented
By "turn off this feature" do you mean not have them visible in the console? Or are you referring to something more in-depth.
Stefan Somogyi commented
In our Environment, the Conditional Access was accidently enabled and we have an issue because of this. We need to turn of this feature.
Jesse Bronson commented
I would like to turn off a per-release feature, but there is no such option.
Jochen Franz commented
One of our customers has turnd on accidentally a feature in productive environment (Win10 conditional access...). Now, the Client Settings Page looks different when compared to the test environment as there are different settings to choose. I would assume, if an application (any kind of) has a "turn on" option implemented, that there is also an option to turn it off again...
I only can support the suggestion to implement a "turn off" option for features.