On-premises authentication device enrollment failure

ai second 1 Reputation point
2020-06-02T07:58:48.37+00:00

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After we configured the MDM discovery URL of the On-premises MDM application in azure portal, and then tried to "join this device to Azure Active Directory" we got the error message above. We have completed the MDM discovery URL according to this, but did not receive any request when registering the Windows10 device. Can you help us solve this error?

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  1. VipulSparsh-MSFT 16,251 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2020-06-02T16:06:21.053+00:00

    @ai second It seems you have your own on-premises MDM server where you are trying to enroll your devices. Looking at the error message the service seems to be looking for the Terms Of use URL, can you confirm if you on-prem MDM server has a correct TOU URL. For Intune it is something like this :

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  2. ai second 1 Reputation point
    2020-06-04T07:58:47.507+00:00

    @VipulSparsh-MSFT Thank you for your reply. If I set intunen's MDM discovery URL here, then this error will not occur. So this should be the wrong MDM discovery URL of our service. But how should we provide a url to register the device. We used to follow the documentation here.The URL provided by our service is https://uitest.safeuem.com/windows/Enrollmentserver/Discovery.svc
    The response data is like this
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    We don’t know what went wrong. Howrad told us that we need to create a resource app and client app on Azure Active Direcroty to complete the verification process.
    We want to develop our own MDM service to manage Windows 10 devices. Are there detailed development documents and operation guides to help us?

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  3. VipulSparsh-MSFT 16,251 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2020-06-08T07:03:31.887+00:00

    @ai second Yes, we do have an article for adding an On-prem MDM app to Azure AD. You can have a look here

    Let me know if you have any questions.

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