How to identify every iPhone which installed intune?

Ayumi Fukumoto 0 Reputation points


We have a plan to install Intune instead of MobileIron and all of our iPhone will register to Azure AD.

On the other hand, we have on-premise scheduler server.

Our on-premise scheduler server identify who access to this server using UUID via MobileIron.

But we will use Intune instead of MobileIron as MDM in this summer.

So we have to find the solution to realize same feature which means identify who access from iPhone, and which schedule page we have to show the user.

Azure AD App Proxy can use one of the solution to access on-premise server, but only App Proxy, we cannot identify who access to scheduler server from the iPhone.

Right now, we use userAgent of the MobileIron's HTTP request because its includes UUID.

Therefore we use $SERVER[HTTP_USER_AGENT] of the php to identify the user.

Our server has every users UUID, so after get the UUID, we search the user using UUID and we show the individual page.


Under the Azure AD, App Proxy, and Intune, how to identify the access user from the iPhone?

We discussed with the System Integrator, but they cannot answer for this question.

Please let me know if you have any concerns or questions.



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  1. Crystal-MSFT 44,931 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    @73573294, Thanks for posting in Q&A.

    Based as I know, Microsoft Intune is a cloud service which used to manage devices and apps.

    I notice you want to identify who access the server. Based as I know, Intune didn't provide the feature to monitor this. The authentication and access are controlled by Azure AD. Based on my researching, Azure AD sign in log provides valuable insight into how your users access applications and services. Here is a link with more details:

    You can see if the log can show what you want. Meanwhile, I have added the "Azure Active Directory" tag to help you get more help.

    Thanks for your understanding.

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  2. Akshay-MSFT 16,931 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    @Ayumi Fukumoto

    Since this is a deployment query, I would try my best to guide you through this.

    1. Configure Azure Application proxy on the application sever (on-prem). Please do make sure all the Prerequisites are authentication must be set to Passthrough.
    2. Add an on-premises app to Azure AD.
      • Internal URL: Should be the FQDN of your server (This won't be accessible to your users).
      • External URL The address for users to access the app from outside your network. If you don't want to use the default Application Proxy domain, read about custom domains in Azure AD Application Proxy.
    3. Once above configuration is done the start with Publish the application with Application Proxy

    Please do let me know if you have any queries on this.


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