Starting in Windows 10, version 1703, you can import ADMX files (also called ADMX ingestion) and set those ADMX-backed policies for Win32 and Desktop Bridge apps by using Windows 10 Mobile Device Management (MDM) on desktop SKUs. The ADMX files that define policy information can be ingested to your device by using the Policy CSP URI, The ingested ADMX file is then processed into MDM policies.
Ingesting KONNEKT ADMX file and deploying policies
In order to set the KONNEKT policies you need to ingest the admx file in a configuration profile first:
1. Go to your Microsoft Endpoint Manager portal
2. Click on Devices, then in the sub-menu go to Configuration profiles
3. Create profile: Select Platform Windows 10 and later, profile type Templates, in search field choose Custom, then Create
4. Now choose a Name for this profile, Next
5. Under Configuration settings:
First you have to ingest the admx file: Add new Row
 Cache: This policy defines the caching behavior of Konnekt
Konnekt uses the cache for different purposes
Files that are currently open by the user
Files that need to be uploaded (write cache)
Files that are closed (read cache)
The maximum value of CacheTTL is 2880 (Time in minutes)
The maximum value of CacheSize is 20000 (Size in megabytes), if zero (0), the cache size will be calculated from free disk space (default)
The cache operates in different pressure states:
Normal pressure: The cache is utilized below critical values. Closed files will be kept in the read cache up to the TTL value.
High read pressure: The cache is filled up with too many closed files. The read cache will be deleted. High write pressure: The cache is holding lots of files queued for upload. Further write operations will be throttled in order to empty the upload queue.
Critical write pressure: The cache is nearly filled up with files queued for upload. Further write operations will be throttled significantly in order to empty the upload queue.
Cache full: The cache is completely occupied. Requests to open further files will be rejected.
This policy controls if the login dialog pops up immediately if an account needs to be re-authenticated.
If the policy is enabled, the login dialog is shown. If the policy is disabled, only an error is indicated in the tray and explorer.
 SharePoint Site Query
This policy controls the query string used to find SharePoint sites.