I have several questions regarding using GrapheneOS with MDM.
Most Android devices can be enrolled into MDM during the initial boot after a factory reset (by tapping the screen, etc). This type of enrollment usually (always?) yields a fully managed "Work Managed Device" appropriate for corporate ownership. This is different from enrollment in MDM in "Work Profile" mode which is more appropriate for a BYOD scenario.
It dos not appear that GrapheneOS supports enrollment in MDM during the initial boot after factory reset. Is this correct?
Does GrapheneOS support full management via MDM (Work Managed Device, or the less common COPE mode), and if so, how is this accomplished?
I have attempted to enroll a Pixel 6 with GrapheneOS into WorkspaceONE using various methods but always seem to fail at some point. I have tried with regular, legacy, and AOSP modes without success. To note, WorkspaceONE relies heavily on their own app (which can be sideloaded) for enrollment and MDM management.
Is there any support for MDM enrollment in GrapheneOS or a list of MDMs which are/are not compatible?
To note: we do not have a Managed Google Play account.
We like GrapheneOS for a secure/minimal solution but also like MDM management for fleet management and configuration. It seems GrapheneOS cannot be used with at least some MDM solutions but wondering if we're missing anything.