Intune Administrative Templates

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2021-08-03T17:28:43.36+00:00

Hi All,

I'm trying to apply a policy to Windows 10 1909 via Intune, I just don't know where is this policy.

The policy I want set is "Disable Camera" or "Prevent Apps from accessing the Camera" .... Do we have such a setting in Intune?

Also does Intune administrative templates have all Group policy templates we used to have on the DC or MS still working on adding them all ?

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  1. Pavel yannara Mirochnitchenko 11,956 Reputation points MVP
    2021-08-03T20:13:30.777+00:00

    I would say, that first you discover Restrictions, then Admin templates, and then Oma Uri, ... and after that you start write your own powershell script :D ... and then there is a Settings Catalog which covers all pushing technologies, but it is still in preview and not always work. Welcome to Intune :D

    But that is the order how I do things....

    Not all group policies are in Intune.

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  1. Jason Sandys 31,176 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2021-08-03T20:14:38.273+00:00

    If you create a new settings catalog based profile, you can search for "camera" and you'll get the relevant settings. I don't think Windows itself has a specific way to disable the camera on a per-app basis so there's no specific setting for this although it can be disabled in Office apps using App Guard.

    As for the built-in Win 10 ADMX files being incorporated into the Settings Catalog, that's mostly done however most are only applicable to Windows Insider at this time. See https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/intune-customer-success/the-latest-in-group-policy-settings-parity-in-mobile-device/ba-p/2269167 for additional detail.

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