Following the rollout of policy inheritance, I have now found that a number of automated remediations are no longer possible without having to create remediations for each customer and have also found it more awkward to run scripts on devices that are all using the same policy.
As an example, we have a number of school customers and there were a few remediations that can only be run on student devices, but in order to recreate these, I would need to create a clone of this remediation for each school, selecting the student devices folder. These student device folders all use the same policy, so every device under the student policy is still a student device. It would be extremely useful and time-saving if I could once again make remediations or run scripts against all devices under a certain policy across all customers, rather than having to go through each school.
Another example use case would be an RDS Server policy, which is applied directly to RDS servers but contains no actual policy rules, all it does is specify that the server is an RDS server and nothing more. I could then schedule maintenance across all of these RDS servers at the same time, or run any number of scripts that are only relevant to RDS servers without having to go through and manually find each one across every single one of our customers.