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You just have to wait , i have seen one hour at times! Also :
Verify that the servers are properly synced to Azure AD using AD Connect. To do this, check the Azure AD Connect Health Dashboard for any synchronization errors.
Ensure that the group policy for automatic device registration is applied to the servers. To do this, open the Group Policy Editor on the server and navigate to Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Device Registration. Check that the policy "Register domain joined computers as devices" is enabled and that the "Configure domain-joined computers to automatically enroll in device management" policy is set to "Enabled".
Check if the Intune MDM enrollment information is present on the servers. To do this, open the Registry Editor on the server and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Enrollments. If the server is enrolled, you should see a subkey with a name that starts with "AADMDMEnrollment" and contains enrollment information.
If the Intune MDM enrollment information is missing, you can manually enroll the server using the Device Management portal in the Azure portal. Navigate to Devices -> All devices, select the server, and click on "Enroll" to start the enrollment process.
Once the server is enrolled, wait for the device compliance policy to be applied and evaluated. This may take some time depending on your policy settings and the server configuration.
Check the compliance status of the server in the Azure portal. If the compliance status is still N/A, try refreshing the compliance data or wait for the next compliance evaluation cycle.
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