@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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I found below docs, but I cannot understand how to use.
*Header-based single sign-on for on-premises apps with Azure AD App Proxy
Could you tell me how to use above SSO technology?
Please ignore this comment. Sorry for your inconvenience.
@73573294 , Thanks for the reply. For this part, I am not familiar. As Azure AD support is not involved. I suggest open a new thread with tag "Azure Active Directory." to see if the related support can be found.
Thank you for your comment.
I can understand that Intune cannot send the information which identify who's iPhone access to on-premise our schedule server via AAD App Proxy.
On the other hand, as you mentioned that AAD has the some information which unique.
Intune managed iPhone -> AAD App Proxy -> (unique id) -> on-premise schedule server
In this case, how to access the schedule site via AAD App Proxy?
Please let me know if you have any concerns or questions.
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