Microsoft Teams Room Intune mdm

Mads Zaulich 1 Reputation point


The company has branches around the world. IT is manged from a central location, some locations have a small IT department.

Currently on a Skype for Business on-prem solution, but moving batches to Teams.

All pc is joined to azure Ad, and enrolled in i tunes.

We have now bought a lot of Teams room Systems devices, primarily from Lenovo (but they all run the same windows version)

We would like to have all enrolled to intune, so we can create speciel packages and policies to the unites.

Not all devices get by a IT department before setup is done, so we should have a bulletproof solution of deployment.

I could instruct the users to sign in with a intune DEM account, but will it be enough?
In my tests the device only gets the polices as soon as an AAD user signs in.
The Room System is using a local account for the Teams client.
So how do I get the polices enrolled to a local user on the device?

And is my approach the best?
Could we auto enroll/deploy them in a better way?

Many many thanks for your reply, and explanations 😊

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  1. Anonymous

    Intune is not currently supported here on QnA. They're actively answering questions in dedicated forums here.

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  2. David Anstee 1 Reputation point

    Microsoft Intune can be used to manage a Teams a room device, however consider that the MTR is an appliance and not a user PC. Users do not login to an MTR. So you don’t need the same policies for an MTR that you would normally apply to a desktop PC.
    That said, you can use InTune to push the configuration scripts and .xml configuration files to an MTR system so you can centralize the management and configuration of your MTR estate.

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