Check rooted application

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As per this article https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/intune/user-help/your-device-is-rooted-and-you-cant-connect-android#:~:text=Android%20device%20is%20rooted%20so%20you%20can’t%20connect&text=If%20you’re%20prompted%20to,app%2C%20try%20uninstalling%20that%20app.&text=Reverse%20the%20root%20(commonly%20done,your%20device%20before%20you%20begin.
If the app on the device that the root detection software then beeds to be uninstalled.. so woukd like to know if there are 20 30 app deployed.how can we check which is causing the root issue??

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Parminder Bawa 3 weeks 2021-04-21T20:09:40+05:30 3 Answers 7 views Beginner 0

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    2021-05-04T02:01:13+05:30

    Under that report i cannot see anything .basically i wou(d like to know which particular application is causing the rooted issue. So is it possible to see via intune ?

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    2021-05-04T01:58:55+05:30

    Under that report i cannot see anything .basically i wou(d like to know which particular application is causing the rooted issue. So is it possible to see via intune ?

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    2021-04-22T07:40:46+05:30

    You can’t see anything under compliance report? what is the exact reason for the block?

    or you need to use ? https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/intune/protect/mobile-threat-defense#intune-mobile-threat-defense-connectors

    Rooted devices
    Prevent rooted devices from having corporate access. (This compliance check is supported for Android 4.0 and above.)
    Not configured (default) – This setting isn’t evaluated for compliance or non-compliance.
    Block – Mark rooted (jailbroken) devices as not compliant.

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