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KinowskiDamian-3004 asked LuDaiMSFT-0289 answered

Azure Group add multiple devices in Hybrid environment

Hello,

I am working on hybrid environment and I want to enroll multiple W10 devices into Intune co management, however I am lost with one step here, hope you can help me.

Before enrolling, I must verify if device is Hybrid Azure AD Joined and if it is registered properly on stuck on Pending state.

Here is the issue: I got plenty of such devices, and if it would be SCCM, I could simply make collection, use right click tools/powershell or query to create that collection and read required data from adding columns or running queries/reports. How can I do the same for Azure? I wanted to add multiple devices based on for example Configuration Manager collection - No option like that

So I thought - Ok, perhaps I will go with the Bulk add devices that asks you to download CSV file, input hostnames there and upload it. And it is not working, I just get failure with upload information and I think I know why but correct me if I am wrong here;

Since these devices got hostnames like PC54190, the bulk enrollment cannot find them for some reason, even though they are displayed like that in Azure. Instead, Azure looks on these long hashes called Device or Object ID - Am I correct here? IF yes, is there a method of bulk enrolling devices somehow as easy as I can do it into SCCM Collection?

Thanks

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PaD-7009 answered

Your issue with creating collection based on SCCM will be solved by using tenant attach,
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/configmgr/tenant-attach/device-sync-actions



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LuDaiMSFT-0289 answered

@KinowskiDamian-3004 Thanks for posting in our Q&A.

For this issue, I have done a lot of research, I find that there is no such feature to create a dynamic group for co-management devices via Azure.

At the same time, I find there is someone using the Microsoft Graph, but it seems complicated. We can refer to the following link:
https://www.getrubix.com/blog/dynamic-groups-for-co-managed-devices
Note: Non-Microsoft link, just for the reference.

Hope the above information will give you some ideas.


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