Not really overlook, but it's a work in progress. Look for substantial changes in policies in Q1 of next year as well that may make this feedback moot.
Intune Policy Sets
I am working on configuring some policies with the goal of adding them to a Policy Set in Intune for easy of deployment. All of the policies that I create under the Devices > Configuration Profiles work great and can be added to a Policy Set. However, if I create a policy under Endpoint Security > (Antivirus, Disk Encryption, Firewall, Endpoint Detection and Response, Attack Surface Reductions, and Account Protection) they cannot be added to a Policy Set.
Is there anyway to set it to where you can add those newer policies to a Policy Set? I know I can create many of those policies in the Configuration Profiles page. I just like how it separates out the policies in the Endpoint Security page (and I am trying to avoid having to recreate them in the other menu since it does not share between pages).
Did Microsoft just overlook making those policies available to Policy Sets? Is it on the roadmap to add it as a feature?
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@Jason Sandys , thanks for the response. Is there a target month for those policy updates, or just Q1? I am just trying to decide if it is worth changing my policies now, or just waiting out for the updates.
Nothing is fixed until it meets our quality bar and is released; thus, Q1 is the most anyone can say (but even then, if it doesn't meet our quality bar it could be later).
@Jason Sandys , thanks for the information.