What's new in Microsoft Intune

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Each monthly update may take up to three days to rollout and will be in the following order:

  • Day 1: Asia Pacific (APAC)
  • Day 2: Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA)
  • Day 3: North America
  • Day 4+: Intune for Government

Some features may roll out over several weeks and might not be available to all customers in the first week.

For a list of upcoming Intune feature releases, see In development for Microsoft Intune. For new information about Autopilot, see Windows Autopilot What's new.

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Week of January 23, 2023 (Service release 2301)

App management

Configure whether to show Configuration Manager apps in Windows Company Portal

In Intune you can choose whether to show or hide Configuration Manager apps from appearing in the Windows Company Portal. This option is available in Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center by selecting Tenant administration > Customization. Next to Settings, select Edit. The option to Show or Hide the Configuration Manager applications are located in the App Sources section of the pane. For related information about configuring the Company Portal app, see How to configure the Intune Company Portal apps, Company Portal website, and Intune app.

Block pinning web pages to Managed Home Screen app

On Android Enterprise dedicated devices using Managed Home Screen, you can now use app configuration to configure the Managed Home Screen app to block pinning browser web pages to Managed Home Screen. The new key value is block_pinning_browser_web_pages_to_MHS. For more information, see Configure the Microsoft Managed Home Screen app for Android Enterprise.

Device management

Grace period status visible in Microsoft Intune app for Android

The Microsoft Intune app for Android now shows a grace period status to account for devices that don't meet compliance requirements but are still within their given grace period. Users can see the date by which devices must be compliant, and the instructions for how to become compliant. If they don't update their device by the given date, the device is marked as noncompliant. For more information, see the following docs:

Software update policies for macOS are now generally available

Software update policies for macOS devices are now generally available. This general availability applies to supervised devices running macOS 12 (Monterey) and later. We will continue to add improvements to this feature going forward.

For more information, see Use Microsoft Intune policies to manage macOS software updates.

Windows AutoPilot device diagnostics

Windows AutoPilot diagnostics is available to download in Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center from either in the Autopilot deployments monitor or Device Diagnostics monitor for an individual device.

Device enrollment

Enrollment notifications now generally available

Enrollment notifications are now generally available, and are supported on Windows, Apple, and Android devices. This feature is only supported with user-driven enrollment methods. For more information, see Set up enrollment notifications.

Skip or show Terms of Address pane in Setup Assistant

Configure Microsoft Intune to skip or show a new Setup Assistant pane called Terms of Address during Apple Automated Device Enrollment. The Terms of Address pane lets users on iOS/iPadOS and macOS devices personalize their device by selecting how the system addresses them: feminine, neutral, or masculine. The pane is visible during enrollment by default, and is available for select languages. You can hide it on devices running iOS/iPadOS 16 and later, and macOS 13 and later. For more information about the Setup Assistant screens supported in Intune, see:

Device security

Microsoft Tunnel for Mobile Application Management for iOS/iPadOS (Preview)

As a public preview, you can use the Mobile Application Management (MAM) to the Microsoft Tunnel VPN gateway for iOS/iPadOS. With this preview for iOS devices that have not enrolled with Intune, supported apps on those unenrolled devices can use Microsoft Tunnel to connect to your organization when working with corporate data and resources. This includes VPN gateway support for:

  • Secure access to on-premises apps and resources using modern authentication
  • Single Sign On and conditional access

For more information, go to:

Applies to:

  • iOS/iPadOS

Attack surface reduction policy support for Security settings management for Microsoft Defender for Endpoint

Attack surface reduction policy is now supported by devices managed through the MDE Security configuration scenario. To use this policy with devices that use Microsoft Defender for Endpoint but aren't enrolled with Intune:

  1. In the Endpoint Security node, create a new Attack surface reduction policy.
  2. Select Windows 10, Windows 11, and Windows Server as the Platform.
  3. Select Attack Surface Reduction Rules for the Profile.

Applies to:

  • Windows 10
  • Windows 11

SentinelOne – New mobile threat defense partner

You can now use SentinelOne as an integrated Mobile Threat Defense (MTD) partner with Intune. By configuring the SentinelOne connector in Intune, you can control mobile device access to corporate resources using conditional access that's based on risk assessment in your compliance policy. The SentinelOne connector can also send risk levels to app protection policies.

Device configuration

Device Firmware Configuration Interface (DFCI) will support Fujitsu devices

For Windows 10/11 devices, you can create a DFCI profile to manage UEFI (BIOS) settings (Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > Windows 10 and later for platform > Templates > Device Firmware Configuration Interface for profile type).

Some Fujitsu devices running Windows 10/11 are enabled for DFCI. Contact your device vendor or device manufacturer for eligible devices.

For more information about DFCI profiles, go to:

Applies to:

  • Windows 10
  • Windows 11

Support for multi-SIM iOS/iPadOS device inventory

You can now view the service subscription fields on devices that have multiple SIM cards installed under the per-device Hardware section. The inventory fields that are capable of reporting multiple values to Intune are:

  • ICCID
  • IMEI
  • MEID
  • Phone number

These fields will default to using labels returned by the device, such as: Primary, Secondary, CTSubscriptionSlotOne, and CTSubscriptionSlotTwo. These returned labels may be displayed in the language of the local device that is reporting its inventory to Intune.

Applies to:

  • iOS/iPadOS

Support for Bulk Device Actions on devices running Android AOSP

You can now complete "Bulk Device Actions" for devices running Android AOSP. The bulk device actions supported on devices running AOSP are Delete, Wipe and Restart.

Applies to:

  • AOSP

Updated descriptions for iOS/iPadOS and macOS settings in the settings catalog

The settings catalog lists all the settings you can configure, and all in one place. For the iOS/iPadOS and macOS settings, for each setting category, the descriptions are updated to include more detailed information.

For more information on the settings catalog, go to:

Applies to:

  • iOS/iPadOS
  • macOS

New settings available in the Apple Settings Catalog

The Settings Catalog lists all the settings you can configure in a device policy, and all in one place.

New settings are available in the Settings Catalog. In the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center, you can see these settings at Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > iOS/iPadOS or macOS for platform > Settings catalog for profile type.

New settings include:

Accounts > Subscribed Calendars:

  • Account Description
  • Account Host Name
  • Account Password
  • Account Use SSL
  • Account Username

Applies to:

  • iOS/iPadOS

Networking > Domains:

  • Cross Site Tracking Prevention Relaxed Domains

Applies to:

  • macOS

The following settings are also in Settings Catalog. Previously, they were only available in Templates:

File Vault:

  • User Enters Missing Info

Applies to:

  • macOS

Restrictions:

  • Rating Region

Applies to:

  • iOS/iPadOS

For more information about configuring Settings Catalog profiles in Intune, see Create a policy using settings catalog.

Filter app and policy assignments by the device's Azure AD Join type (deviceTrustType)

When you assign an app or policy, you can filter the assignment using different device properties, such as device manufacturer, operating system SKU, and more.

A new device filter property deviceTrustType is available for Windows 10 and later devices. With this property, you can filter app and policy assignments depending on the Azure AD Join type, with values of "Azure AD Joined", "Hybrid Azure AD Joined", and "Azure AD registered".

For more information on filters and the device properties you can use, go to:

Applies to:

  • Windows 10 and later

Monitor and troubleshoot

Download mobile app diagnostics in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center (public preview)

Now in public preview, access user-submitted mobile app diagnostics in the admin center, including app logs sent through Company Portal app for Android, AOSP, or Windows, with support for iOS, macOS, and Microsoft Edge for iOS coming at a later date. For more information about accessing mobile app diagnostics for Company Portal, see Configure Company Portal.

WinGet troubleshooting using diagnostic files

WinGet is a command line tool that enables you to discover, install, upgrade, remove, and configure applications on Windows 10 and Windows 11 devices. When working with Win32 app management in Intune, you can now use the following file locations to help troubleshoot WinGet:

  • %TEMP%\winget\defaultstate*.log
  • Microsoft-Windows-AppXDeployment/Operational
  • Microsoft-Windows-AppXDeploymentServer/Operational

Intune troubleshooting pane update

A new experience for the Intune Troubleshooting pane will provide details about user's devices, policies, applications, and status. The troubleshooting pane will include the following information:

  • A summary of policy, compliance, and application deployment status.
  • Support for exporting, filtering, and sorting all reports.
  • Support to filter by excluding policies and applications.
  • Support to filter to a user’s single device.
  • Details about available device diagnostics and disabled devices.
  • Details about offline devices that haven't checked-in to the service for three or more days.

You can find the troubleshooting pane in Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center by selecting Troubleshooting + support > Troubleshoot. To view the new experience during preview, select Preview upcoming changes to Troubleshooting and provide feedback to display the Troubleshooting preview pane, then select Try it now.

New report for devices without compliance policy (preview)

We’ve added a new report named Devices without compliance policy to the Device compliance reports you can access through the Reports node of the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center. This report, which is in preview, uses a newer reporting format that provides for more capabilities.

To learn about this new organizational report, see Devices without compliance policy (preview) (Organizational).

An older version of this report remains available through the Devices > Monitor page of the admin center. Eventually, that older report version will be retired, though it remains available for now.

Service health messages for tenant issues that require administrative attention

The Service health and message center page in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center can now display messages for Issues in your environment that require action. These messages are important communications that are sent to a tenant to alert administrators about issues in their environment that might require action to resolve.

You can view messages for Issues in your environment that require action in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center by going to Tenant administration > Tenant status and then selecting the Service health and message center tab.

For more information about this page of the admin center, see View details about your Tenant on the Intune tenant status page.

Tenant administration

Improved UI experience for multiple certificate connectors

We’ve added pagination controls to the Certificate connectors view to help improve the experience when you have more than 25 certificate connectors configured. With the new controls, you can see the total number of connector records and easily navigate to a specific page when viewing your certificate connectors.

To view certificate connectors, in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center, go to Tenant administration > Connectors and tokens > Certificate connectors.

Intune apps

Newly available protected app for Intune

The following protected app is now available for Microsoft Intune:

  • Voltage SecureMail by Voltage Security

For more information about protected apps, see Microsoft Intune protected apps.

Scripts

Preview PowerShell script package content in Endpoint Analytics

Admins can now see a preview of a PowerShell script's content for proactive remediations. The content will be displayed in a greyed-out box with scrolling capability. Admins will not be able to edit the content of the script in the preview. In Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center, select Reports > Endpoint analytics > Proactive remediations. For related information, see PowerShell scripts for Proactive remediations.

Week of January 16, 2023

App management

Win32 app supersedence GA

We are in the process of rolling out the feature set for Win32 app supersedence GA, which will add support for apps with supersedence during ESP and also allow supersedence and dependency relationships to be added in the same app subgraph. For more information, see Win32 app supersedence improvements. For information about Win32 app supersedence, see Add Win32 app supersedence.

Week of January 9, 2023

Device configuration

The Company Portal app enforces Password Complexity setting on Android Enterprise 12+ personally owned devices with a work profile

On Android Enterprise 12+ personally owned devices with a work profile, you can create a compliance policy and/or device configuration profile that sets the password complexity. Starting with the 2211 release, this setting is available in the Endpoint Manager admin center:

  • Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > Android Enterprise for platform > Personally owned with a work profile
  • Devices > Compliance policies > Create policy > Android Enterprise for platform > Personally owned with a work profile

The Company Portal app enforces the Password complexity setting.

For more information on this setting and the other settings you can configure on personally owned devices with a work profile, go to:

Applies to:

  • Android Enterprise 12+ personally owned devices with a work profile

Week of December 19, 2022

Intune apps

Newly available protected app for Intune

The following protected app is now available for Microsoft Intune:

  • Appian for Intune by Appian Corporation (Android)

For more information about protected apps, see Microsoft Intune protected apps.

Week of December 12, 2022 (Service release 2212)

Device configuration

Remote Help client app includes a new option to disable chat functionality in the Tenant level setting

In the Remote Help app, admins have the option to disable chat functionality from the new tenant level setting. Turning on the disable chat feature will remove the chat button in the Remote Help app. This setting can be found in the Remote Help Settings tab under Tenant Administration in Microsoft Intune.

For more information, see Configure Remote Help for your tenant.

Applies to: Windows 10/11

New settings available in the macOS Settings Catalog

The Settings Catalog lists all the settings you can configure in a device policy, and all in one place.

New settings are available in the Settings Catalog. In the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center, you can see these settings at Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > macOS for platform > Settings catalog for profile type.

New settings include:

File Vault > File Vault Options:

  • Block FV From Being Disabled
  • Block FV From Being Enabled

Restrictions:

  • Allow Bluetooth Modification

Applies to:

  • macOS

For more information about configuring Settings Catalog profiles in Intune, see Create a policy using settings catalog.

There are default settings for SSO extension requests on iOS, iPadOS, and macOS devices

When you create a single sign-on app extension configuration profile, there are some settings you configure. The following settings will use the following default values for all SSO extension requests:

  • AppPrefixAllowList key

    • macOS default value: com.microsoft.,com.apple.
    • iOS/iPadOS default value: com.apple.
  • browser_sso_interaction_enabled key

    • macOS default value: 1
    • iOS/iPadOS default value: 1
  • disable_explicit_app_prompt key

    • macOS default value: 1
    • iOS/iPadOS default value: 1

If you configure a value other than the default value, then the configured value will overwrite the default value.

For example, you don't configure the AppPrefixAllowList key. By default, all Microsoft apps (com.microsoft.) and all Apple apps (com.apple.) will be enabled for SSO on macOS devices. You can overwrite this behavior by adding a different prefix to the list, such as com.contoso..

For more information on the Enterprise SSO plug-in, go to Use the Microsoft Enterprise SSO plug-in on iOS/iPadOS and macOS devices in Microsoft Intune

Applies to:

  • iOS/iPadOS
  • macOS

Device enrollment

Enrollment token lifetime increases to 65 years for Android Enterprise dedicated devices

Now you can create an enrollment profile for Android Enterprise dedicated devices that's valid for up to 65 years. If you have an existing profile, the enrollment token will still expire at whatever date you chose when you created the profile, but during renewal you can extend the lifetime. For more information about creating an enrollment profile, see Set up Intune enrollment for Android Enterprise dedicated devices.

Device management

Update policies for macOS now available for all supervised devices

Software update policies for macOS devices now apply to all macOS supervised devices. Previously, only those devices that enrolled through Automated Device Enrollment (ADE) would qualify to receive updates. For more information on configuring update policies for macOS, see Use Microsoft Intune policies to manage macOS software updates.

Applies to:

  • macOS

Policy and reports for Windows feature updates and expedited quality updates are now Generally Available

Both the policies and reports for managing feature updates and quality updates (expedited updates) for Windows 10 and later, are out of preview and now generally available.

For more information about these policies and reports, see:

Applies to:

  • Windows 10/11

Week of November 28, 2022

App management

Microsoft Store apps in Intune

You can now search, browse, configure, and deploy Microsoft Store apps within Intune. The new Microsoft Store app type is implemented using the Windows Package Manager. This app type features an expanded catalog of apps, which includes both UWP apps and Win32 apps. Roll out of this feature is expected to complete by December 2, 2022. For more information, see Add Microsoft Store apps to Microsoft Intune.

Tenant administration

Access policies for multiple Administrator Approval (public preview)

In public preview, you can use Intune access policies to require that a second Administrator Approval account be used to approve a change before the change is applied. This capability is known as multiple Administrator Approval (MAA).

You create an access policy to protect a type of resource, like App deployments. Each access policy also includes a group of users who are approvers for the changes protected by the policy. When a resource like an app deployment configuration is protected by an access policy, any changes that are made to the deployment, including creating, deleting, or modifying an existing deployment won't apply until a member of the approvers group for that access policy reviews and approves that change.

Approvers can also reject requests, and both the individual requesting a change and the approver can provide notes about the change, or why it was approved or rejected.

Access policies are supported for the following resources:

  • Apps – Applies to app deployments, but doesn't apply to app protection policies.
  • Scripts – Applies to deploying scripts to devices that run macOS or Windows.

For more information, see Use Access policies to require multiple administrative approval.

Device security

Microsoft Tunnel for Mobile Application Management for Android (Preview)

As a public preview, you can now use Microsoft Tunnel with unenrolled devices. This capability is called Microsoft Tunnel for Mobile Application Management (MAM). This preview supports Android, and without any changes to your existing Tunnel infrastructure, supports the Tunnel VPN gateway for:

  • Secure access to on-premises apps and resources using modern authentication
  • Single Sign On and conditional access

To use Tunnel MAM, unenrolled devices must install Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, and the Company Portal. You can then use the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center to configure the following profiles for the unenrolled devices:

  • An App configuration profile for managed apps, to configure Microsoft Defender on devices for use as the Tunnel client app.
  • A second App configuration profile for managed apps, to configure Microsoft Edge to connect to Tunnel.
  • An App protection profile to enable automatic start of the Microsoft Tunnel connection.

Applies to:

  • Android Enterprise

Week of November 14, 2022 (Service release 2211)

App management

Control the display of Managed Google Play apps

You can group Managed Google Play apps into collections and control the order that collections are displayed when selecting apps in Intune. You can also make apps visible via search only. This capability is available in Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center by selecting Apps > All apps > Add > Managed Google Play app. For related information, see Add a Managed Google Play store app directly in the Intune console.

Device configuration

New password complexity setting for Android Enterprise 12+ personally owned devices with a work profile

On Android Enterprise 11 and older personally owned devices with a work profile, you can set the following password settings:

  • Compliance policies > Android Enterprise for platform > Personally owned work profile > System security > Required password type, Minimum password length
  • Device configuration profiles > Android Enterprise for platform > Personally owned work profile > Device restrictions > Work profile settings > Required password type, Minimum password length
  • Device configuration profiles > Android Enterprise for platform > Personally owned work profile > Device restrictions > Password > Required password type, Minimum password length

Google is deprecating the Required password type and Minimum password length settings for Android 12+ personally owned devices with a work profile and replacing them with new password complexity requirements. For more information about this change, go to Day zero support for Android 13.

The new Password complexity setting has the following options:

  • None: Intune doesn't change or update this setting. By default, the OS may not require a password.
  • Low: Pattern or PIN with repeating (4444) or ordered (1234, 4321, 2468) sequences are blocked.
  • Medium: PIN with repeating (4444) or ordered (1234, 4321, 2468) sequences are blocked. The length, alphabetic length, or alphanumeric length must be at least 4 characters.
  • High: PIN with repeating (4444) or ordered (1234, 4321, 2468) sequences are blocked. The length must be at least 8 characters. The alphabetic or alphanumeric length must be at least 6 characters.

On Android 12+, if you currently use the Required password type and Minimum password length settings in a compliance policy or device configuration profile, then we recommend using the new Password complexity setting instead.

If you continue to use the Required password type and Minimum password length settings, and don't configure the Password complexity setting, then new devices running Android 12+ might default to the High password complexity.

For more information on these settings and what happens to existing devices with the deprecated settings configured, go to:

Applies to:

  • Android Enterprise 12.0 and newer personally owned devices with a work profile

New settings available in the iOS/iPadOS and macOS Settings Catalog

The Settings Catalog lists all the settings you can configure in a device policy, and all in one place.

New settings are available in the Settings Catalog. In the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center, you can see these settings at Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > iOS/iPadOS or macOS for platform > Settings catalog for profile type.

New settings include:

Networking > DNS Settings:

  • DNS Protocol
  • Server Addresses
  • Server Name
  • Server URL
  • Supplemental Match Domains
  • On Demand Rules
  • Action
  • Action Parameters
  • DNS Domain Match
  • DNS Server Address Match
  • Interface Type Match
  • SSID Match
  • URL String Probe
  • Prohibit Disablement

File Vault:

  • Defer
  • Defer Don't Ask At User Logout
  • Defer Force At User Login Max Bypass Attempts
  • Enable
  • Show Recovery Key
  • Use Recovery Key

File Vault > File Vault Recovery Key Escrow:

  • Device Key
  • Location

Restrictions:

  • Allow Air Play Incoming Requests

Applies to:

  • macOS

Web > Web Content Filter:

  • Allow List Bookmarks
  • Auto Filter Enabled
  • Deny List URLs
  • Filter Browsers
  • Filter Data Provider Bundle Identifier
  • Filter Data Provider Designated Requirement
  • Filter Grade
  • Filter Packet Provider Bundle Identifier
  • Filter Packet Provider Designated Requirement
  • Filter Packets
  • Filter Sockets
  • Filter Type
  • Organization
  • Password
  • Permitted URLs
  • Plugin Bundle ID
  • Server Address
  • User Defined Name
  • User Name
  • Vendor Config

Applies to:

  • iOS/iPadOS
  • macOS

For more information about configuring Settings Catalog profiles in Intune, see Create a policy using settings catalog.

Device Firmware Configuration Interface (DFCI) will support Panasonic devices

For Windows 10/11 devices, you can create a DFCI profile to manage UEFI (BIOS) settings (Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > Windows 10 and later for platform > Templates > Device Firmware Configuration Interface for profile type).

New Panasonic devices running Windows 10/11 will be enabled for DFCI starting Fall 2022. So, admins can create DFCI profiles to manage the BIOS and then deploy the profiles to these Panasonic devices.

Contact your device vendor or device manufacturer to ensure you get eligible devices.

For more information about DFCI profiles, go to:

Applies to:

  • Windows 10
  • Windows 11

Login and background item management support on macOS devices using the settings catalog

On macOS devices, you can create a policy that automatically opens items when users sign in to their macOS devices. For example, you can open apps, documents, and folders.

In Intune, the settings catalog includes new Service Management settings at Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > macOS for platform > Settings catalog > Login > Service Management. These settings can prevent users from disabling the managed login and background items on their devices.

For more information on the settings catalog, go to:

Applies to:

  • macOS 13 and newer

Intune apps

Newly available protected apps for Intune

The following protected apps are now available for Microsoft Intune:

  • Varicent by Varicent US OpCo Corporation
  • myBLDNG by Bldng.ai
  • Enterprise Files for Intune by Stratospherix Ltd
  • ArcGIS Indoors for Intune by ESRI
  • Meetings by Decisions by Decisions AS
  • Idenprotect Go by Apply Mobile Ltd

For more information about protected apps, see Microsoft Intune protected apps.

Monitor and troubleshoot

Review Cloud PC connectivity health checks and errors in Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center

You can now review connectivity health checks and errors in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center to help you understand if your users are experiencing connectivity issues. You’ll also get a troubleshooting tool to help resolve connectivity issues. To see the checks, select Devices > Windows 365 > Azure network connections > select a connection in the list > Overview.

Tenant administration

Deliver organizational messages for Windows 11 (public preview)

Use Microsoft Intune to deliver important messages and call-to-actions to employees on their devices. Organizational messages are preconfigured messages intended to improve employee communication in remote and hybrid-work scenarios. They can be used to help employees adapt to new roles, learn more about their organization, and stay informed of new updates and trainings. You can deliver messages just above the taskbar, in the notifications area, or in the Get Started app on Windows 11 devices.

During public preview, you can:

  • Select from a variety of preconfigured, common messages to assign to Azure AD user groups.
  • Add your organization's logo.
  • Include a custom destination URL in the message that redirects device users to a specific place.
  • Preview messages in 15 supported languages, in dark and light theme.
  • Schedule a delivery window and message frequency.
  • Track the status of messages and the number of views and clicks they receive. Views and clicks are aggregated by messages.
  • Cancel scheduled or active messages.
  • Configure a new built-in role in Intune called Organizational Messages Manager, which allows assigned admins to view and configure messages.

All configurations need to be done in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center. The Microsoft Graph API isn't available to use with organizational messages. For more information, see Overview of organizational messages.

Week of November 7, 2022

App management

Ending support for Windows Information Protection

Windows Information Protection (WIP) policies without enrollment is being deprecated. You can no longer create new WIP policies without enrollment. Until December of 2022, you will continue to be able to modify existing policies until the deprecation of the without enrollment scenario is complete. For related information, go to Plan for Change: Ending support for Windows Information Protection.

Device Configuration

User configuration support for Windows 11 multi-session VMs is now generally available

You can now:

  • Configure user scope policies using Settings catalog and assign to groups of users, including ADMX-ingested policies
  • Configure user certificates and assign to users
  • Configure PowerShell scripts to install in the user context and assign to users

Applies to:

Week of October 31, 2022

App management

Primary MTD service app protection policy setting for Intune

Intune now supports both Microsoft Defender for Endpoint and one non-Mobile Threat Defense (MTD) connector to be turned “On” for App Protection Policy evaluation per platform. This enables scenarios where a customer may want to migrate between Microsoft Defender for Endpoint and non-Microsoft MTD service without a pause in protection via risk scores in App Protection Policy. A new setting has been introduced under Conditional Launch health checks titled “Primary MTD service” to specify which service should be enforced for the end user. For more information, see Android app protection policy settings and iOS app protection policy settings.

Week of October 24, 2022 (Service release 2210)

App management

Use filters with app configuration policies for managed devices

You can use filters to refine the assignment scope when deploying app configuration policies for managed devices. You must first create a filter using any of the available properties for iOS and Android. Then, in Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center you can assign your managed app configuration policy by selecting Apps > App configuration policies > Add > Managed devices and go to the assignment page. After selecting a group, you can refine the applicability of the policy by choosing a filter and deciding to use it in Include or Exclude mode. For related information about filters, see Use filters when assigning your apps, policies, and profiles in Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center.

Device configuration

Group Policy analytics automatically applies scope tags assigned to admins when they import Group Policy objects

In Group Policy analytics, you can import your on-premises GPOs to see the policy settings that support cloud-based MDM providers, including Microsoft Intune. You can also see any deprecated settings or settings not available.

Now, scope tags assigned to admins are automatically applied when these admins import GPOs into Group Policy analytics.

For example, admins have "Charlotte", "London", or "Boston" scope tags assigned to their role:

  • An admin with the "Charlotte" scope tag imports a GPO.
  • The "Charlotte" scope tag is automatically applied to the imported GPO.
  • All admins with the "Charlotte" scope tag can see the imported object.
  • Admins with only the "London" or only the "Boston" scope tags can't see the imported object from the "Charlotte" admin.

For admins to see the analytics or migrate the imported GPO to an Intune policy, these admins must have one of the same scope tags as the admin that did the import.

For more information on these features, go to:

Applies to:

  • Windows 11
  • Windows 10

New network endpoints for Microsoft Intune

New network endpoints have been added to our documentation to accommodate new Azure Scale Units (ASU) that have been added to the Intune service. We recommend updating your firewall rules with the latest list of IP addresses to ensure that all network endpoints for Microsoft Intune are up-to-date.

For the full list go to Network endpoints for Microsoft Intune.

Filter app and group policy assignments using Windows 11 SE operating system SKUs

When you assign an app or policy, you can filter the assignment using different device properties, such as device manufacturer, operating system SKU, and more.

Two new Windows 11 SE operating system SKU's are available. You can use these SKUs in your assignment filters to include or exclude Windows 11 SE devices from applying group-targeted policies and applications.

For more information on filters and the device properties you can use, go to:

Applies to:

  • Windows 11 SE

New settings available in the iOS/iPadOS and macOS settings catalog

The settings catalog lists all the settings you can configure in a device policy, and all in one place.

New settings are available in the settings catalog. In the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center, you can see these settings at Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > iOS/iPadOS or macOS for platform > Settings catalog for profile type.

New settings include:

Networking > Cellular:

  • Enable XLAT464

Applies to:

  • iOS/iPadOS

Privacy > Privacy Preferences Policy Control:

  • System Policy App Bundles

Applies to:

  • macOS

Restrictions:

  • Allow Rapid Security Response Installation
  • Allow Rapid Security Response Removal

Applies to:

  • iOS/iPadOS
  • macOS

For more information about configuring settings catalog profiles in Intune, see Create a policy using settings catalog.

New settings for Device Firmware Configuration Interface (DFCI) profiles on Windows devices

You can create a DFCI profile that enables the Windows OS to pass management commands from Intune to UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) (Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > Windows 10 and later for platform > Templates > Device Firmware Configuration Interface)

You can use this feature to control BIOS settings. There are new settings you can configure in the DFCI policy:

  • Cameras:

    • Front camera
    • Infrared camera
    • Rear camera
  • Radios:

    • WWAN
    • NFC
  • Ports

    • SD Card

For more information on DFCI profiles, go to:

Applies to:

  • Windows 11 on supported UEFI
  • Windows 10 RS5 (1809) and later on supported UEFI

Device enrollment

iOS/iPadOS Setup Assistant with modern authentication supports Just in Time Registration (public preview)

Intune supports Just in Time (JIT) Registration for iOS/iPadOS enrollment scenarios that use Setup Assistant with modern authentication. JIT Registration reduces the number of authentication prompts shown to users throughout the provisioning experience, giving them a more seamless onboarding experience. It eliminates the need to have the Company Portal app for Azure AD registration and compliance checks, and establishes single sign-on across the device. JIT Registration is available in public preview for devices enrolling through Apple automated device enrollment and running iOS/iPadOS 13.0 or later. For more information, see Authentication methods for automated device enrollment.

Device management

Connect Chrome OS devices in Intune (public preview)

View company or school-owned devices that run on Chrome OS in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center. Now in public preview, you can establish a connection between the Google Admin console and Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center. Device information about your Chrome OS endpoints is synced into Intune and viewable in your device inventory list. Basic remote actions, such as restart, wipe, and lost mode are also available in the admin center. For more information about how to set up a connection, see Configure Chrome Enterprise connector.

Manage macOS software updates with Intune

You can now use Intune policies to manage macOS software updates for devices that enrolled using Automated Device Enrollment (ADE). See Manage macOS software update policies in Intune.

Intune supports the following macOS update types:

  • Critical updates
  • Firmware updates
  • Configuration file updates
  • All other updates (OS, built-in apps)

In addition to scheduling when a device updates, you can manage behaviors like the following:

  • Download and install: Download or install the update, depending on the current state.
  • Download only: Download the software update without installing it.
  • Install immediately: Download the software update and trigger the restart countdown notification.
  • Notify only: Download the software update and notify the user through the App Store.
  • Install later: Download the software update and install it at a later time.
  • Not configured: No action taken on the software update.

For information from Apple about managing macOS software updates, see Manage software updates for Apple devices - Apple Support in the Apple's Platform Deployment documentation. Apple maintains a list of security updates at Apple security updates - Apple Support.

Deprovision Jamf Pro from within the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center

You can now deprovision your Jamf Pro to Intune integration from within the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center. This can be useful should you no longer have access to the Jamf Pro console, through which you can also deprovision integration.

This capability functions similarly to disconnecting Jamf Pro from within the Jamf Pro console, in that after you remove the integration, your organization's Mac devices are removed from Intune after 90 days.

New hardware details available for individual devices running on iOS/iPadOS

Select Devices > All devices > select one of your listed devices and open it's Hardware details. The following new details are available in the Hardware pane of individual devices:

  • Battery level: Shows the battery level of the device anywhere between 0 and 100, or defaults to null if the battery level cannot be determined. This is available for devices running iOS/iPadOS 5.0 and later.
  • Resident users: Shows the number of users currently on the shared iPad device, or defaults to null if the number of users cannot be determined. This is available for devices running iOS/iPadOS 13.4 and later.

For more information, go to View device details with Microsoft Intune.

Applies to

  • iOS/iPadOS

Use the $null value in filters

When you assign apps and policies to groups, you can use filters to assign a policy based on rules you create (Tenant administration > Filters > Create). These rules use different device properties, such as category or the enrollment profile.

Now, you can use the $null value with the -Equals and -NotEquals operators.

For example, use the $null value in the following scenarios:

  • You want to target all devices that don't have a category assigned to the device.
  • You want to target devices that don't have an enrollment profile property assigned to the device.

For more information on filters and the rules you can create, go to:

Applies to:

  • Android device administrator
  • Android Enterprise
  • iOS/iPadOS
  • macOS
  • Windows 10/11

Device security

Reusable groups of settings for removable storage in Device Control profiles (preview)

In public preview, you can use reusable groups of settings with device control profiles in your attack surface reduction policies.

The reusable groups for device control profiles include a collection of settings that support managing read, write, and execute access for removable storage. Examples of common scenarios include:

  • Prevent write and execute access to all but allow specific approved USBs
  • Audit write and execute access to all but block specific unapproved USBs
  • Only allow specific user groups to access specific removable storage on a shared PC

Applies to:

  • Windows 10 or later

Reusable groups of settings for Microsoft Defender Firewall Rules (preview)

In public preview, you can use reusable groups of settings that you can use with profiles for Microsoft Defender Firewall Rules. The reusable groups are collections of remote IP addresses and FQDNs that you define one time and can then use with one or more firewall rule profiles. You’ll no longer need to reconfigure the same group of IP addresses in each individual profile that might require them.

Features of the reusable settings groups include:

  • Add one or more remote IP addresses.

  • Add one or more FQDNs that can auto resolve to the remote IP address, or for one or more simple keywords when auto resolve for the group is off.

  • Use each settings group with one or more firewall rule profiles and the different profiles can support different access configurations for the group.

    For example, you can create two firewall rule profiles that reference the same reusable settings group and assign each profile to a different group of devices. The first profile can block access to all the remote IP addresses in the reusable settings group, while the second profile can be configured to allow access.

  • Edits to a settings group that's in use are automatically applied to all Firewall Rules profiles that use that group.

Attack surface reduction rule exclusions on a per-rule basis

You can now configure per-rule exclusions for Attack surface reduction rules policies. Per-rule exclusions are enabled through a new per-rule setting ASR Only Per Rule Exclusions.

When you create or edit attack surface reduction rule policies and change a setting that supports exclusions from the default of Not configured to any of the other available options, the new per-setting exclusion option becomes available. Any configurations for that settings instance of ASR Only Per Rule Exclusions will apply to only that setting.

You can continue to configure global exclusions that apply to all attack surface reduction rules on the device by using the setting Attack Surface Reduction Only Exclusions.

Applies to:

  • Windows 10/11

Note

ASR polices do not support merge functionality for ASR Only Per Rule Exclusions and a policy conflict can result when multiple polices that configure ASR Only Per Rule Exclusions for the same device conflict. To avoid conflicts, combine the configurations for ASR Only Per Rule Exclusions into a single ASR policy. We are investigating adding policy merge for ASR Only Per Rule Exclusions in a future update.

Grant apps permission to silently use certificates on Android Enterprise devices

You can now configure silent use of certificates by apps on Android Enterprise devices that enrolled as Fully Managed, Dedicated, and Corporate-Owned work Profile.

This capability is available on a new Apps page in the certificate profile configuration workflow by setting Certificate access to Grant silently for specific apps (require user approval for other apps). With this configuration, the apps you then select will silently use the certificate. All other apps continue to use the default behavior which is to require user approval.

This capability is supported for the following certificate profiles for only Android Enterprise Fully Managed, Dedicated, and Corporate-Owned work Profiles:

In-app notifications for Microsoft Intune app

Android Open Source Project(AOSP) device users can now receive compliance notifications in the Microsoft Intune app. This capability is only available on AOSP user-based devices. For more information, see AOSP compliance notifications.

Intune apps

Newly available protected apps for Intune

The following protected apps are now available for Microsoft Intune:

  • MyITOps for Intune by MyITOps, Ltd
  • MURAL - Visual Collaboration by Tactivos, Inc

For more information about protected apps, see Microsoft Intune protected apps.

Week of October 17, 2022

App management

Enhanced app picker for managed apps on Android devices

Android device users can select, view, and remove their default app selections in the Intune Company Portal app. Company Portal securely stores the device user's default choices for managed apps. Users can view and remove their selections in the Company Portal app by going to Settings > Default Apps > See defaults. This feature is an enhancement to the Android custom app picker for managed apps, which is a part of the Android MAM SDK. For more information about how to view default apps, see View and edit default apps.

Week of October 10, 2022

Device management

Microsoft Endpoint Manager branding change

As of October 12, 2022, the name Microsoft Endpoint Manager will no longer be used. Going forward, we’ll refer to cloud-based unified endpoint management as Microsoft Intune and on-premises management as Microsoft Configuration Manager. With the launch of advanced management, Microsoft Intune will also become the name of our growing product family for endpoint management solutions at Microsoft. For details, see the official announcement on the endpoint management Tech Community blog. Documentation changes are ongoing to remove Microsoft Endpoint Manager.

For related information, see Endpoint management documentation.

Grace period status visible in Windows Company Portal

Windows Company Portal now displays a grace period status to account for devices that don't meet compliance requirements but are still within their given grace period. Users are shown the date by which they need to become compliant and the instructions for how to become compliant. If users don't update their device by the given date, their device status changes to noncompliant. For more information about setting grace periods, see Configure compliance policies with actions for noncompliance and Check access from Device details page.

Linux device management available in Microsoft Intune

Microsoft Intune now supports Linux device management for devices running Ubuntu Desktop 22.04 or 20.04 LTS. Intune admins don't need to do anything to enable Linux enrollment in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center. Linux users can enroll supported Linux devices on their own and use the Microsoft Edge browser to access corporate resources online.

In the admin center, you can:

Week of October 03, 2022

Device Security

In Remote Help, a link has been added to the non-compliance warning notification View device compliance information and it allows a helper to learn more about why the device is not compliant in Microsoft Endpoint Manager.

For more information, go to:

Applies to: Windows 10/11

Week of September 26, 2022

Monitor and troubleshoot

Open Help and Support without losing your context in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center

You can now use the ? icon in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center to open a help and support session without losing your current node of focus in the admin center. The ? icon is always available in the upper right of the title bar of the admin center. This change adds an additional method for accessing Help and support.

When you select ?, the admin center opens the help and support view in a new and separate side-by-side pane. By opening this separate pane, you’ll be free to navigate the support experience without affecting your original location and focus on the admin center.

Week of September 19, 2022 (Service release 2209)

App management

New app types for Microsoft Endpoint Manager

As an admin, you will be able to create and assign two new types of Intune apps:

  • iOS/iPadOS web clip
  • Windows web link

These new app types work in a similar way to the existing web link application type, however they apply only for their specific platform, whereas web link applications apply across all platforms. With these new app types, you can assign to groups and also use assignment filters to limit the scope of assignment. You will find this functionality in Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center, by selecting Apps > All Apps > Add.

Device management

Microsoft Intune will be ending support for Windows 8.1

Microsoft Intune will be ending support on October 21, 2022 for devices running Windows 8.1. After that date, technical assistance and automatic updates that help protect your devices running Windows 8.1 will no longer be available. Additionally, because the sideloading scenario for line-of-business apps is only applicable to Windows 8.1 devices, Intune will no longer support Windows 8.1 sideloading. Sideloading is installing, and then running or testing an app that isn't certified by the Microsoft Store. In Windows 10/11, "sideloading" is simply setting a device config policy to include "Trusted app installation". For more information, see Plan for Change: Ending support for Windows 8.1.

Group member count visible in assignments

When assigning policies in the admin center, you can now see the number of users and devices in a group. Having both counts will help you pinpoint the right group and understand the impact the assignment has before you apply it.

Device configuration

New lock screen message when adding custom support information to Android Enterprise devices

On Android Enterprise devices, you can create a device restrictions configuration profile that shows a custom support message on the devices (Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > Android Enterprise > Fully managed, dedicated, and corporate-owned work profile for platform > Device restrictions for profile type > Custom support information).

There's a new setting you can configure:

  • Lock screen message: Add a message that's shown on the device lock screen.

When you configure the Lock screen message, you can also use the following device tokens to show device-specific information:

  • {{AADDeviceId}}: Azure AD device ID
  • {{AccountId}}: Intune tenant ID or account ID
  • {{DeviceId}}: Intune device ID
  • {{DeviceName}}: Intune device name
  • {{domain}}: Domain name
  • {{EASID}}: Exchange Active Sync ID
  • {{IMEI}}: IMEI of the device
  • {{mail}}: Email address of the user
  • {{MEID}}: MEID of the device
  • {{partialUPN}}: UPN prefix before the @ symbol
  • {{SerialNumber}}: Device serial number
  • {{SerialNumberLast4Digits}}: Last four digits of the device serial number
  • {{UserId}}: Intune user ID
  • {{UserName}}: User name
  • {{userPrincipalName}}: UPN of the user

Note

Variables aren't validated in the UI and are case sensitive. As a result, you may see profiles saved with incorrect input. For example, if you enter {{DeviceID}}, instead of {{deviceid}} or {{DEVICEID}}, then the literal string is shown instead of the device's unique ID. Be sure to enter the correct information. All lowercase or all uppercase variables are supported, but not a mix.

For more information on this setting, go to Android Enterprise device settings to allow or restrict features using Intune.

Applies to:

  • Android 7.0 and newer
  • Android Enterprise corporate owned fully managed
  • Android Enterprise corporate owned dedicated devices
  • Android Enterprise corporate owned work profile

Filter on the user scope or device scope in the settings catalog for Windows devices

When you create a settings catalog policy, you can use Add settings > Add filter to filter settings based on the Windows OS edition (Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > Windows 10 and later for platform > Settings catalog for profile type).

When you Add filter, you can also filter on the settings by user scope or device scope.

For more information on the settings catalog, go to Use the settings catalog to configure settings on Windows, iOS/iPadOS and macOS devices.

Applies to:

  • Windows 10
  • Windows 11

Android Open Source Project (AOSP) platform is generally available

Microsoft Intune management of corporate-owned devices that run on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) platform is now generally available (GA). This includes the full suite of capabilities that have been made available as part of the public preview.

Currently, Microsoft Intune only supports the new Android (AOSP) management option for RealWear devices.

Applies to:

  • Android Open Source Project (AOSP)

Device Firmware Configuration Interface (DFCI) now supports Acer devices

For Windows 10/11 devices, you can create a DFCI profile to manage UEFI (BIOS) settings (Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > Windows 10 and later for platform > Templates > Device Firmware Configuration Interface for profile type).

New Acer devices running Windows 10/11 will be enabled for DFCI in later 2022. So, admins can create DFCI profiles to manage the BIOS and then deploy the profiles to these Acer devices.

Contact your device vendor or device manufacturer to ensure you get eligible devices.

For more information about DFCI profiles in Intune, go to Use Device Firmware Configuration Interface (DFCI) profiles on Windows devices in Microsoft Intune.

Applies to:

  • Windows 10
  • Windows 11

New settings available in the iOS/iPadOS and macOS settings catalog

The settings catalog lists all the settings you can configure in a device policy, and all in one place.

There are new settings available in the settings catalog. In the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center, you can see these settings at Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > iOS/iPadOS or macOS for platform > Settings catalog for profile type.

New settings include:

Accounts > LDAP:

  • LDAP Account Description
  • LDAP Account Host Name
  • LDAP Account Password
  • LDAP Account Use SSL
  • LDAP Account User Name
  • LDAP Search Settings

Applies to:

  • iOS/iPadOS
  • macOS

The following settings are also in settings catalog. Previously, they were only available in Templates:

Privacy > Privacy Preferences Policy Control:

  • Accessibility
  • Address Book
  • Apple Events
  • Calendar
  • Camera
  • File Provider Presence
  • Listen Event
  • Media Library
  • Microphone
  • Photos
  • Post Event
  • Reminders
  • Screen Capture
  • Speech Recognition
  • System Policy All Files
  • System Policy Desktop Folder
  • System Policy Documents Folder
  • System Policy Downloads Folder
  • System Policy Network Volumes
  • System Policy Removable Volumes
  • System Policy Sys Admin Files

Applies to:

  • macOS

For more information about configuring settings catalog profiles in Intune, see Create a policy using settings catalog.

Device enrollment

Set up enrollment notifications (public preview)

Enrollment notifications inform device users, via email or push notification, when a new device has been enrolled in Microsoft Intune. You can use enrollment notifications for security purposes to notify users and help them report devices enrolled in error, or for communicating to employees during the hiring or onboarding process. Enrollment notifications are available to try now in public preview for Windows, Apple, and Android devices. This feature is only supported with user-driven enrollment methods.

Device security

Assign compliance policies to the All devices group

The All devices option is now available for compliance policy assignments. With this option you can assign a compliance policy to all enrolled devices in your organization that match the policy's platform, without needing to create an Azure Active Directory group that contains all devices.

When you include the All devices group you can then exclude individual groups of devices to further refine the assignment scope.

Trend Micro – New mobile threat defense partner

You can now use Trend Micro Mobile Security as a Service as an integrated mobile threat defense (MTD) partner with Intune. By configuring the Trend MTD connector in Intune, you can control mobile device access to corporate resources using conditional access that's based on risk assessment.

For more information, see:

Grace period status visible on Intune Company Portal website

The Intune Company Portal website now shows a grace period status to account for devices that don't meet compliance requirements but are still within their given grace period. Users are shown the date by which they need to become compliant and the instructions for how to become compliant. If they don't update their device by the given date, their status changes to noncompliant. For more information about setting grace periods, see Configure compliance policies with actions for noncompliance.

Intune apps

Newly available protected apps for Intune

The following protected apps are now available for Microsoft Intune:

  • RingCentral for Intune by RingCentral, Inc.
  • MangoApps, Work from Anywhere by MangoSpring, Inc.

For more information about protected apps, see Microsoft Intune protected apps.

Week of September 12, 2022

Device management

Intune now requires iOS/iPadOS 14 and higher

With Apple's release of iOS/iPadOS 16, Microsoft Intune and the Intune Company Portal will now require iOS/iPadOS 14 and higher. For related information, see Supported operating systems and browsers in Intune.

Intune now requires macOS 11.6 and higher

With Apple's release of macOS 13 Ventura, Microsoft Intune, the Company Portal app, and the Intune MDM agent will now require macOS 11.6 (Big Sur) and later. For related information, see Supported operating systems and browsers in Intune.

Week of September 05, 2022

Device management

Remote Help version: 4.0.1.13 release

With Remote Help 4.0.1.13 fixes were introduced to address an issue that prevented people from having multiple sessions open at the same time. The fixes also addressed an issue where the app was launching without focus, and prevented keyboard navigation and screen readers from working on launch.

For more information, go to Use Remote Help with Intune and Microsoft Endpoint Manager

Week of August 29, 2022

App management

Updated Microsoft Intune App SDK for Android

The developer guide for the Intune App SDK for Android has been updated. The updated guide provides the following stages:

  • Planning the integration
  • MSAL prerequisite
  • Getting started with MAM
  • MAM integration essentials
  • Multi-Identity
  • App configuration
  • App participation features

For more information, see Intune App SDK for Android.

Week of August 22, 2022

Device management

Use Intune role-based access control (RBAC) for tenant attached devices

You can now use Intune role-based access control (RBAC) when interacting with tenant attached devices from the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center. For example, when using Intune as the role-based access control authority, a user with Intune's Help Desk Operator role doesn't need an assigned security role or additional permissions from Configuration Manager. For more information, see Intune role-based access control for tenant attached clients.

Week of August 15, 2022 (Service release 2208)

App management

Android strong biometric change detection

The Android Fingerprint instead of PIN for access setting in Intune, which allows the end-user to use fingerprint authentication instead of a PIN, is being modified. This change will allow you to require end-users to set strong biometrics, as well as require end-users to confirm their app protection policy (APP) PIN if a change in strong biometrics is detected. You can find Android app protection polices in Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center by selecting Apps > App protection policies > Create policy > Android. For more information, see Android app protection policy settings in Microsoft Intune.

Noncompliance details available for Android (AOSP) in Microsoft Intune app

Android (AOSP) users can view noncompliance reasons in the Microsoft Intune app. These details describe why a device is marked noncompliant, and are available on the Device details page for devices enrolled as user-associated Android (AOSP) devices.

Intune apps

Newly available protected apps for Intune

The following protected apps are now available for Microsoft Intune:

  • Nexis Newsdesk Mobile by LexisNexis
  • My Portal by MangoApps (Android)
  • Re:Work Enterprise by 9Folders, Inc.

For more information about protected apps, see Microsoft Intune protected apps.

Device enrollment

Configure zero-touch enrollment from Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center

Now you can configure Android zero-touch enrollment from the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center. This feature lets you link your zero-touch account to Intune, add support information, configure zero-touch enabled devices, and customize provisioning extras. For more information about how to enable zero-touch from the admin center, see Enroll by using Google Zero Touch.

Device management

Custom settings for Windows 10/11 device compliance is now generally available

Support to create custom compliance policy settings for Windows devices using PowerShell scripts, and to create custom compliance rules and remediation messages that appear in the Company Portal, is now generally available.

Applies to:

  • Windows 10/11

View contents of macOS shell scripts and custom attributes

You can view the contents of macOS shell scripts and custom attributes after you upload these to Intune. You can view Shell scripts and custom attributes in Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center by selecting Devices > macOS. For related information, see Use shell scripts on macOS devices in Intune.

Reset passcode remote action available for Android (AOSP) Corporate devices

You'll be able to leverage Reset passcode remote action from the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center for Android Open Source Project (AOSP) Corporate devices.

For information on remote actions, see:

Applies to:

  • Android Open Source Project (AOSP)

Device configuration

Certificate profiles support for Android (ASOP) devices

You can now use Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP) certificate profiles with corporate-owned and userless devices that run the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) platform.

Import, create, and manage custom ADMX and ADML administrative templates

You can create a device configuration policy that uses built-in ADMX templates. In Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center, select Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > Windows 10 and later for platform > Templates > Administrative templates.

You can also import custom and third party/partner ADMX and ADML templates into the Endpoint Manager admin center. Once imported, you can create a device configuration policy, assign the policy to your devices, and manage the settings in the policy.

For information, go to:

Applies to:

  • Windows 11
  • Windows 10

Add an HTTP proxy to Wi-Fi device configuration profiles on Android Enterprise

On Android Enterprise devices, you can create a Wi-Fi device configuration profile with basic and enterprise settings. In Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center, select Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > Android Enterprise > Fully Managed, Dedicated, and Corporate-Owned Work Profile for platform > Wi-Fi.

When you create the profile, you can configure an HTTP proxy using a PAC file or configure the settings manually. You can configure an HTTP proxy for each Wi-Fi network in your organization.

When the profile is ready, you can deploy this profile to your Fully Managed, Dedicated, and Corporate-Owned Work Profile devices.

For more information on the Wi-Fi settings you can configure, go to Add Wi-Fi settings for Android Enterprise dedicated and fully managed devices in Microsoft Intune.

Applies to:

  • Android Enterprise Fully Managed, Dedicated, and Corporate-Owned Work Profile

iOS/iPadOS settings catalog supports declarative device management (DDM)

On iOS/iPadOS 15+ devices enrolled using User Enrollment, the settings catalog automatically uses Apple’s declarative device management (DDM) when configuring settings.

  • No action is required to use DDM. The feature is built into the settings catalog.
  • There is no impact to existing policies in the settings catalog.
  • iOS/iPadOS devices that aren't enabled for DDM continue to use Apple’s standard MDM protocol.

For more information, go to:

Applies to:

  • iOS/iPadOS 15 or later devices enrolled using Apple User Enrollment

New macOS settings available in the settings catalog

The settings catalog lists all the settings you can configure in a device policy, and all in one place. New settings are available in the settings catalog. In Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center, select Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > macOS for platform > Settings catalog for profile type.

New settings include:

Microsoft Auto Update:

  • Current Channel
  • Number of minutes for the final countdown timer

Restrictions:

  • Allow Universal Control

The following settings are also in settings catalog. Previously, they were only available in Templates:

Authentication > Extensible Single Sign On:

  • Extension Data
  • Extension Identifier
  • Hosts
  • Realm
  • Screen Locked Behavior
  • Team Identifier
  • Type
  • URLs

Authentication > Extensible Single Sign On > Extensible Single Sign On Kerberos:

  • Extension Data
  • Allow Automatic Login
  • Allow Password Change
  • Credential Bundle ID ACL
  • Credential Use Mode
  • Custom Username Label
  • Delay User Setup
  • Domain Realm Mapping
  • Help Text
  • Include Kerberos Apps In Bundle ID ACL
  • Include Managed Apps In Bundle ID ACL
  • Is Default Realm
  • Monitor Credentials Cache
  • Perform Kerberos Only
  • Preferred KDCs
  • Principal Name
  • Password Change URL
  • Password Notification Days
  • Password Req Complexity
  • Password Req History
  • Password Req Length
  • Password Req Min Age
  • Password Req Text
  • Require TLS For LDAP
  • Require User Presence
  • Site Code
  • Sync Local Password
  • Use Site Auto Discovery
  • Extension Identifier
  • Hosts
  • Realm
  • Team Identifier
  • Type

For more information about configuring settings catalog profiles in Intune, see Create a policy using settings catalog.

Applies to:

  • macOS

New iOS/iPadOS settings in the settings catalog

The settings catalog lists all the settings you can configure in a device policy, and all in one place. There are new iOS/iPadOS settings available in the settings catalog. In Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center, select Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > iOS/iPadOS for platform > Settings catalog for profile type. Previously, these settings were only available in Templates:

Authentication > Extensible Single Sign On:

  • Extension Data
  • Extension Identifier
  • Hosts
  • Realm
  • Screen Locked Behavior
  • Team Identifier
  • Type
  • URLs

Authentication > Extensible Single Sign On > Extensible Single Sign On Kerberos:

  • Extension Data
  • Allow Automatic Login
  • Credential Bundle ID ACL
  • Domain Realm Mapping
  • Help Text
  • Include Managed Apps In Bundle ID ACL
  • Is Default Realm
  • Preferred KDCs
  • Principal Name
  • Require User Presence
  • Site Code
  • Use Site Auto Discovery
  • Extension Identifier
  • Hosts
  • Realm
  • Team Identifier
  • Type

System Configuration > Lock Screen Message:

  • Asset Tag Information
  • Lock Screen Footnote

For more information about configuring settings catalog profiles in Intune, see Create a policy using settings catalog.

Applies to:

  • iOS/iPadOS

Monitor and troubleshoot

New noncompliant devices and settings report

In Reports > Device Compliance > Reports, there's a new Noncompliant devices and settings organization report. This report:

  • Lists each noncompliant device.
  • For each noncompliant device, it shows the compliance policy settings that the devices aren't compliant with.

For more information on this report, go to Noncompliant devices and settings report (Organizational).

Week of August 1, 2022

Device security

Disable use of UDP connections on your Microsoft Tunnel Gateway servers

You can now disable the use of UDP by your Microsoft Tunnel Servers. When you disable use of UDP, the VPN server supports only TCP connections from tunnel clients. To support use of only TCP connections, your devices must use the generally available version of Microsoft Defender for Endpoint as the Microsoft Tunnel client app as the tunnel client app.

To disable UDP, create or edit a Server configuration for Microsoft Tunnel Gateway and select the checkbox for the new option named Disable UDP Connections.

App management

Company Portal for Windows bulk app install

The Company Portal for Windows now allows users to select multiple apps and install in bulk. From the Apps tab of the Company Portal for Windows, select the multi-select view button on the top right corner of the page. Then, select the checkbox next to each app that you need to install. Next, select the Install Selected button to start installation. All selected apps will install at the same time without requiring users to right-click each app or navigate to each app's page. For related information, see Install and share apps on your device and How to configure the Intune Company Portal apps, Company Portal website, and Intune app.

Week of July 25, 2022 (Service release 2207)

Device management

Initiate compliance checks for your AOSP devices from the Microsoft Intune app

You can now initiate a compliance check for your AOSP devices from the Microsoft Intune app. Go to Device details. This feature is available on devices that are enrolled via the Microsoft Intune app as user-associated (Android) AOSP devices.

Monitor bootstrap escrow status on a Mac

Monitor the bootstrap token escrow status for an enrolled Mac in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center. A new hardware property in Intune, called Bootstrap token escrowed, reports whether or not a bootstrap token has been escrowed in Intune. For more information about bootstrap token support for macOS, see Bootstrap tokens.

Enable Common Criteria mode for Android Enterprise devices

For Android Enterprise devices, you can use a new setting, Common Criteria mode, to enable an elevated set of security standards that are typically used by only highly sensitive organizations, such as government establishments.

Applies to:

  • Android 5.0 and newer
  • Android Enterprise corporate owned fully managed
  • Android Enterprise corporate owned dedicated devices
  • Android Enterprise corporate owned work profile

The new setting, Common Criteria mode, is found in the System security category when you configure a Device restrictions template for the Android Enterprise - Fully Managed, Dedicated, and Corporate-Owned Work Profile.

Devices that receive a policy with Common Criteria mode set to Require, elevate security components that include but are not limited to:

  • AES-GCM encryption of Bluetooth Long Term Keys
  • Wi-Fi configuration stores
  • Blocks bootloader download mode, the manual method for software updates
  • Mandates additional key zeroization on key deletion
  • Prevents non-authenticated Bluetooth connections
  • Requires that FOTA updates have 2048-bit RSA-PSS signature

Learn more about Common Criteria:

New hardware detail available for individual devices running on iOS/iPadOS and macOS

In Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center, select Devices > All devices > select one of your listed devices and open it's Hardware details. The following new detail is available in the Hardware pane of individual devices:

  • Product name: Shows the product name of the device, such as iPad8,12. Available for iOS/iPadOS and macOS devices.

For more information, see View device details with Microsoft Intune.

Applies to:

  • iOS/iPadOS, macOS

Remote Help Version: 4.0.1.12 release

With Remote Help 4.0.1.12 various fixes were introduced to address the 'Try again later' message that appears when not authenticated. The fixes also include an improved auto-update capability.

For more information, see Use Remote Help with Intune and Microsoft Endpoint Manager

Device enrollment

Intune supports sign-in from another device during iOS/iPadOS and macOS Setup Assistant with modern authentication

Users going through automated device enrollment (ADE) can now authenticate by signing in from another device. This option is available for iOS/iPadOS and macOS devices enrolling via Setup Assistant with modern authentication. The screen that prompts device users to sign in from another device is embedded into Setup Assistant and shown to them during enrollment. For more information about the sign-in process for users, see [Get the Intune Company Portal app (../user-help/sign-in-to-the-company-portal.md#sign-in-via-another-device).

Detect and manage hardware changes on Windows Autopilot devices

Microsoft Intune will now alert you when it detects a hardware change on an Autopilot-registered device. You can view and manage all affected devices in the admin center. Additionally, you have the option to remove the affected device from Windows Autopilot and register it again so that the hardware change is accounted for.

Device configuration

New macOS Microsoft AutoUpdate (MAU) settings in the settings catalog

The settings catalog supports settings for Microsoft AutoUpdate (MAU) (Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > macOS for platform >Settings catalog for profile type).

The following settings are now available:

Microsoft Auto Update:

  • Automatically acknowledge data collection policy
  • Days before forced updates
  • Deferred updates
  • Disable Office Insider membership
  • Enable AutoUpdate
  • Enable check for updates
  • Enable extended logging
  • Register app on launch
  • Update cache server
  • Update channel
  • Update check frequency (mins)
  • Updater optimization technique

The settings can be used to configure preferences for the following applications:

  • Company Portal
  • Microsoft Auto Update
  • Microsoft Defender
  • Microsoft Defender ATP
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Microsoft Edge Beta
  • Microsoft Edge Canary
  • Microsoft Edge Dev
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft OneNote
  • Microsoft Outlook
  • Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Microsoft Remote Desktop
  • Microsoft Teams
  • Microsoft Word
  • OneDrive
  • Skype for Business

For more information about the settings catalog, go to:

For more information about Microsoft AutoUpdate settings you can configure, go to:

Applies to:

  • macOS

New iOS/iPadOS settings in the settings catalog

The settings catalog lists all the settings you can configure in a device policy, and all in one place. There are new iOS/iPadOS settings available in the settings catalog (Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > iOS/iPadOS for platform > Settings catalog for profile type).

New settings include:

Networking > Cellular:

  • Allowed Protocol Mask
  • Allowed Protocol Mask In Domestic Roaming
  • Allowed Protocol Mask In Roaming
  • Authentication Type
  • Name
  • Password
  • Proxy Port
  • Proxy Server
  • Username

The following settings are also in settings catalog. Previously, they were only available in Templates:

User experience > Notifications:

  • Grouping type
  • Preview type
  • Show In Car Play

Printing > Air Print:

  • Force TLS
  • Port

App Management > App Lock:

  • Disable Auto Lock
  • Disable Device Rotation
  • Disable Ringer Switch
  • Disable Sleep Wake Button
  • Disable Touch
  • Disable Volume Buttons
  • Enable Assistive Touch
  • Enable Invert Colors
  • Enable Mono Audio
  • Enable Speak Selection
  • Enable Voice Control
  • Enable Voice Over
  • Enable Zoom
  • Assistive Touch
  • Invert Colors
  • Voice Control
  • Voice Over
  • Zoom

Networking > Domains:

  • Safari Password Auto Fill Domain

Networking > Network Usage Rules:

  • Application Rules
  • Allow Cellular Data
  • Allow Roaming Cellular Data
  • App Identifier Matches

Restrictions:

  • Allow Account Modification
  • Allow Activity Continuation
  • Allow Adding Game Center Friends
  • Allow Air Drop
  • Allow Air Print
  • Allow Air Print Credentials Storage
  • Allow Air Print iBeacon Discovery
  • Allow App Cellular Data Modification
  • Allow App Clips
  • Allow App Installation
  • Allow App Removal
  • Allow Apple Personalized Advertising
  • Allow Assistant
  • Allow Assistant User Generated Content
  • Allow Assistant While Locked
  • Allow Auto Correction
  • Allow Auto Unlock
  • Allow Automatic App Downloads
  • Allow Bluetooth Modification
  • Allow Bookstore
  • Allow Bookstore Erotica
  • Allow Camera
  • Allow Cellular Plan Modification
  • Allow Chat
  • Allow Cloud Backup
  • Allow Cloud Document Sync
  • Allow Cloud Keychain Sync
  • Allow Cloud Photo Library
  • Allow Cloud Private Relay
  • Allow Continuous Path Keyboard
  • Allow Definition Lookup
  • Allow Device Name Modification
  • Allow Diagnostic Submission
  • Allow Diagnostic Submission Modification
  • Allow Dictation
  • Allow Enabling Restrictions
  • Allow Enterprise App Trust
  • Allow Enterprise Book Backup
  • Allow Enterprise Book Metadata Sync
  • Allow Erase Content And Settings
  • Allow ESIM Modification
  • Allow Explicit Content
  • Allow Files Network Drive Access
  • Allow Files USB Drive Access
  • Allow Find My Device
  • Allow Find My Friends
  • Allow Find My Friends Modification
  • Allow Fingerprint For Unlock
  • Allow Fingerprint Modification
  • Allow Game Center
  • Allow Global Background Fetch When Roaming
  • Allow Host Pairing
  • Allow In App Purchases
  • Allow iTunes
  • Allow Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Allow Listed App Bundle IDs
  • Allow Lock Screen Control Center
  • Allow Lock Screen Notifications View
  • Allow Lock Screen Today View
  • Allow Mail Privacy Protection
  • Allow Managed Apps Cloud Sync
  • Allow Managed To Write Unmanaged Contacts
  • Allow Multiplayer Gaming
  • Allow Music Service
  • Allow News
  • Allow NFC
  • Allow Notifications Modification
  • Allow Open From Managed To Unmanaged
  • Allow Open From Unmanaged To Managed
  • Allow OTAPKI Updates
  • Allow Paired Watch
  • Allow Passbook While Locked
  • Allow Passcode Modification
  • Allow Password Auto Fill
  • Allow Password Proximity Requests
  • Allow Password Sharing
  • Allow Personal Hotspot Modification
  • Allow Photo Stream
  • Allow Podcasts
  • Allow Predictive Keyboard
  • Allow Proximity Setup To New Device
  • Allow Radio Service
  • Allow Remote Screen Observation
  • Allow Safari
  • Allow Screenshot
  • Allow Shared Device Temporary Session
  • Allow Shared Stream
  • Allow Spell Check
  • Allow Spotlight Internet Results
  • Allow System App Removal
  • Allow UI App Installation
  • Allow UI Configuration Profile Installation
  • Allow Unmanaged To Read Managed Contacts
  • Allow Unpaired External Boot To Recovery
  • Allow Untrusted TLS Prompt
  • Allow USB Restricted Mode
  • Allow Video Conferencing
  • Allow Voice Dialing
  • Allow VPN Creation
  • Allow Wallpaper Modification
  • Autonomous Single App Mode Permitted App IDs
  • Blocked App Bundle IDs
  • Enforced Software Update Delay
  • Force Air Drop Unmanaged
  • Force Air Play Outgoing Requests Pairing Password
  • Force Air Print Trusted TLS Requirement
  • Force Assistant Profanity Filter
  • Force Authentication Before Auto Fill
  • Force Automatic Date And Time
  • Force Classroom Automatically Join Classes
  • Force Classroom Request Permission To Leave Classes
  • Force Classroom Unprompted App And Device Lock
  • Force Delayed Software Updates
  • Force Encrypted Backup
  • Force iTunes Store Password Entry
  • Force Limit Ad Tracking
  • Force On Device Only Dictation
  • Force On Device Only Translation
  • Force Watch Wrist Detection
  • Force WiFi Power On
  • Force WiFi To Allowed Networks Only
  • Require Managed Pasteboard
  • Safari Accept Cookies
  • Safari Allow Autofill
  • Safari Allow JavaScript
  • Safari Allow Popups
  • Safari Force Fraud Warning

For more information about configuring Settings catalog profiles in Intune, see Create a policy using settings catalog.

Applies to:

  • iOS/iPadOS

New macOS settings available in the settings catalog

The settings catalog lists all the settings you can configure in a device policy, and all in one place. New settings are available in the settings catalog (Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > macOS for platform > Settings catalog for profile type).

New settings include:

System configuration > System extensions:

  • Removable System Extensions

The following settings are also in settings catalog. Previously, they were only available in Templates:

System configuration > System extensions:

  • Allow User Overrides
  • Allowed System Extension Types
  • Allowed System Extensions
  • Allowed Team Identifiers

For more information about configuring settings catalog profiles in Intune, see Create a policy using settings catalog.

Applies to:

  • macOS

New search feature in Preview devices when creating a filter

In Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center, you can create filters, and then use these filters when assigning apps and policies (Devices > Filters > Create).

When you create a filter, you can select Preview devices to see a list of enrolled devices that match your filter criteria. In Preview devices, you can also search through the list using the device name, OS version, device model, device manufacturer, user principal name of the primary user, and device ID.

For more information on filters, go to Use filters when assigning your apps, policies, and profiles in Microsoft Endpoint Manager.

Week of July 18, 2022

Device management

New event viewers to assist in debugging WMI issues

Intune’s remote action to collect diagnostics has been expanded to collect details about Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) app issues.

The new event viewers include the following:

  • Microsoft-Windows-WMI-Activity/Operational
  • Microsoft-Windows-WinRM/Operational

For more information about Windows device diagnostics, see Collect diagnostics from a Windows device.

Week of July 4, 2022

Device management

Endpoint analytics scores per device model

Endpoint analytics now displays scores by device model. These scores help admins contextualize the user experience across device models in the environment. Scores per model and per device are available in all Endpoint analytics reports, including the Work from anywhere report.

Monitor and troubleshoot

Use Collect diagnostics to collect details about Windows expedited updates

Intune’s remote action to Collect diagnostics now collects additional details about Windows expedited updates that you deploy to devices. This information can be of use when troubleshooting problems with expedited updates.

The new details that are collected include:

  • Files: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Update Health Tools\Logs\*.etl
  • Registry Keys: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\CloudManagedUpdate

Week of June 27, 2022 (Service release 2206)

App management

Enterprise feedback policies for Web Company Portal

Feedback settings are now available to address M365 enterprise feedback policies for the currently logged in user via the Microsoft 365 Apps admin center. The settings are used to determine whether feedback can be enabled or must be disabled for a user in the Web Company Portal. For related information, see Configure feedback settings for Company Portal and Microsoft Intune apps.

App Protection Policies with Android Enterprise dedicated devices and Android (AOSP) devices

Intune-managed Android Enterprise dedicated devices enrolled with Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) shared mode and Android (AOSP) devices can now receive app protection policies and can be targeted separately from other Android device types. For related information, see Add Managed Google Play apps to Android Enterprise devices with Intune. For more information about Android Enterprise dedicated devices and Android (AOSP), see Android Enterprise dedicated devices.

Device security

Users assigned the Endpoint Security Manager admin role can modify Mobile Threat Defense connector settings

We’ve updated the permissions of the built-in Endpoint Security Manager admin role. The role now has the Modify permission for the Mobile Threat Defense category set to Yes. With this change, users assigned this role have permission to change the Mobile Threat Defense connector (MTD connector) settings for your Tenant. Previously, this permission was set to No.

If you missed the previous notice about this coming change, now is a good time to review the users that are assigned the Endpoint Security Manager role for your tenant. If any should not have permissions to edit the MTD connector settings, update their role permissions or create a custom role that includes only Read permissions for Mobile Threat Defense.

View the full list of permissions for the built-in Endpoint Security Manager role.

Improved certificate profile support for Android Enterprise Fully Managed devices

We’ve improved our PKCS and SCEP certificate profile support for Android Enterprise Fully Managed (Device Owner) devices. You can now use the Intune device ID variable, CN={{DeviceID}}, as the subject alternative name (SAN) in your certificates for these devices.

Device configuration

Certificate profiles support for Android (ASOP) devices

You can now use the following certificate profiles with corporate-owned and userless devices that run the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) platform:

  • Trusted certificate profile
  • PKCS certificate profile

New settings for DFCI profiles on Windows 10/11 devices

On Windows 10/11 devices, you can create a Device Firmware Configuration Interface (DFCI) profile (Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > Windows 10 and later for platform > Templates > Device Firmware Configuration Interface for profile type).

DFCI profiles let Intune pass management commands to UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) using the DFCI firmware layer. This additional firmware layer makes configuration more resilient to malicious attacks. DFCI also limits end users' control over the BIOS by graying out managed settings.

There are new settings you can configure:

  • Microphones and Speakers:

    • Microphones
  • Radios:

    • Bluetooth
    • Wi-Fi
  • Ports:

    • USB type A
  • Wake settings:

    • Wake on LAN
    • Wake on power

For more information, see the following resources:

Applies to:

  • Windows 10/11

Add custom support information to Android Enterprise devices

On Android Enterprise devices, you can create a device restrictions configuration profile that manages device settings (Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > Android Enterprise > Fully managed, dedicated, and corporate-owned work profile for platform > Device restrictions for profile type > Custom support information).

There are some new settings you can configure:

  • Short support message: When users try to change a managed setting, you can add a short message that's shown to users in a system dialog window.
  • Long support message: You can add a long message that's shown in Settings > Security > Device admin apps > Device Policy.

By default, the OEM default messages are shown. When you deploy a custom message, the Intune default message is also deployed. If you don't enter a custom message for the device's default language, then the Intune default message is shown.

For example, you deploy a custom message for English and French. The user changes the device's default language to Spanish. Since you didn't deploy a custom message to the Spanish language, the Intune default message is shown.

The Intune default message is translated for all languages in the Endpoint Manger admin center (Settings > Language + Region). The Language setting value determines the default language used by Intune. By default, it's set to English.

In the policy, you can customize the messages for the following languages:

  • Czech
  • German
  • English (United States)
  • Spanish (Spain)
  • French (France)
  • Hungarian
  • Indonesian
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Dutch
  • Polish
  • Portuguese (Brazil)
  • Portuguese (Portugal)
  • Russian
  • Swedish
  • Turkish
  • Chinese (Simplified)
  • Chinese (Traditional)

For more information on these settings and the other settings you can configure, go to Android Enterprise device settings to allow or restrict features using Intune.

Applies to:

  • Android 7.0 and newer
  • Android Enterprise corporate owned fully managed (COBO)
  • Android Enterprise corporate owned dedicated devices (COSU)
  • Android Enterprise corporate owned work profile (COPE)

Create and deploy Wi-Fi profiles to Android AOSP devices

You create configure and deploy a Wi-Fi profile to your Android AOSP devices.

For more information on these settings, go to Add Wi-Fi settings for Android (AOSP) devices in Microsoft Intune.

Applies to:

  • Android (AOSP)

Settings catalog is generally available (GA) for Windows and macOS devices

The settings catalog is generally available (GA). For more information, go to:

Applies to:

  • macOS
  • Windows 10/11

Migrate feature in Group policy analytics supports sovereign clouds

Using Group Policy analytics, you can import your on-premises GPOs, and create a settings catalog policy using these GPOs. Previously, this Migrate feature wasn't supported on Sovereign Clouds.

The Migrate feature is now supported on Sovereign Clouds.

For more information on these features, go to:

iOS/iPadOS platform is in settings catalog

The settings catalog lists all the settings you can configure in a device policy, and all in one place. The iOS/iPadOS platform and some settings are now available in the settings catalog (Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > iOS/iPadOS for platform > Settings catalog for profile type).

New settings include:

Accounts > Caldav:

  • Card DAV Account Description
  • Card DAV Host Name
  • Card DAV Password
  • Card DAV Port
  • Card DAV Principal URL
  • Card DAV Use SSL
  • Card DAV Username

Accounts > Carddav:

  • Card DAV Account Description
  • Card DAV Host Name
  • Card DAV Password
  • Card DAV Port
  • Card DAV Principal URL
  • Card DAV Use SSL
  • Card DAV Username

AirPlay:

  • Allow List

  • Password

  • Profile Removal Password:

  • Removal Password

Proxies > Global HTTP Proxy:

  • Proxy Captive Login Allowed
  • Proxy PAC Fallback Allowed
  • Proxy PAC URL
  • Proxy Password
  • Proxy Server
  • Proxy Server Port
  • Proxy Type
  • Proxy Username

The following settings are also in Settings Catalog. Previously, they were only available in Templates:

Networking > Domains:

  • Email Domains

Printing > Air Print:

  • Printers
  • IP Address
  • Resource Path

Restrictions:

  • Allow Activity Continuation
  • Allow Adding Game Center Friends
  • Allow Air Drop
  • Allow Auto Unlock
  • Allow Camera
  • Allow Cloud Document Sync
  • Allow Cloud Keychain Sync
  • Allow Cloud Photo Library
  • Allow Cloud Private Relay
  • Allow Diagnostic Submission
  • Allow Dictation
  • Allow Erase Content And Settings
  • Allow Fingerprint For Unlock
  • Allow Game Center
  • Allow Multiplayer Gaming
  • Allow Music Service
  • Allow Passcode Modification
  • Allow Password Auto Fill
  • Allow Password Proximity Requests
  • Allow Password Sharing
  • Allow Remote Screen Observation
  • Allow Screenshot
  • Allow Spotlight Internet Results
  • Allow Wallpaper Modification
  • Enforced Software Update Delay
  • Force Classroom Automatically Join Classes
  • Force Classroom Request Permission To Leave Classes
  • Force Classroom Unprompted App And Device Lock
  • Force Delayed Software Updates
  • Safari Allow Autofill

Security > Passcode:

  • Allow Simple Passcode
  • Force PIN
  • Max Failed Attempts
  • Max Grace Period
  • Max Inactivity
  • Max PIN Age In Days
  • Min Complex Characters
  • Min Length
  • PIN History
  • Require Alphanumeric Passcode

User Experience > Notifications:

  • Alert Type
  • Badges Enabled
  • Bundle Identifier
  • Critical Alert Enabled
  • Notifications Enabled
  • Show In Lock Screen
  • Show In Notification Center
  • Sounds Enabled

For more information about configuring Settings catalog profiles in Intune, see Create a policy using settings catalog.

Applies to:

  • iOS/iPadOS

Use TEAP authentication in wired networks device configuration profiles for Windows devices

On Windows devices, you can create a Wired Networks device configuration profile that supports the Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) (Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > Windows 10 and later for platform > Templates > Wired networks for profile type).

When you create the profile, you can use the Tunnel Extensible Authentication Protocol (TEAP).

For more information on wired networks, go to Add and use wired networks settings on your macOS and Windows devices in Microsoft Intune.

Applies to:

  • Windows 11
  • Windows 10

Unlock the work profile on Android Enterprise corporate owned work profile (COPE) devices after a set time using password, PIN, or pattern

On Android Enterprise devices, you can create a device restrictions configuration profile that manages device settings (Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > Android Enterprise > Fully managed, dedicated, and corporate-owned work profile for platform > Device restrictions for profile type).

On Android Enterprise COPE devices, you can configure the Work profile password > Required unlock frequency setting. Use this setting to select how long users have before they're required to unlock the work profile using a strong authentication method.

For more information on this setting, go to Android Enterprise device settings to allow or restrict features using Intune.

Applies to:

  • Android 8.0 and newer
  • Android Enterprise corporate owned work profile (COPE)

New macOS settings in Settings Catalog

The Settings Catalog has new macOS settings you can configure (Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > macOS for platform >Settings catalog for profile type):

Accounts > Caldav:

  • Cal DAV Account Description
  • Cal DAV Host Name
  • Cal DAV Password
  • Cal DAV Port
  • Cal DAV Principal URL
  • Cal DAV Use SSL
  • Cal DAV Username

Accounts > Carddav:

  • Card DAV Account Description
  • Card DAV Host Name
  • Card DAV Password
  • Card DAV Port
  • Card DAV Principal URL
  • Card DAV Use SSL
  • Card DAV Username

User Experience > Dock:

  • Allow Dock Fixup Override
  • Auto Hide
  • Auto Hide Immutable
  • Contents Immutable
  • Double Click Behavior
  • Double Click Behavior Immutable
  • Large Size
  • Launch Animation
  • Launch Animation Immutable
  • Magnification
  • Magnification Size Immutable
  • Magnify Immutable
  • MCX Dock Special Folders
  • Minimize Effect
  • Minimize Effect Immutable
  • Minimize Into Application Immutable
  • Minimize To Application
  • Orientation
  • Persistent Apps
  • Persistent Others
  • Position Immutable
  • Show Indicators Immutable
  • Show Process Indicators
  • Show Recents
  • Show Recents Immutable
  • Size Immutable
  • Static Apps
  • Static Only
  • Static Others
  • Tile Size
  • Window Tabbing
  • Window Tabbing Immutable

System Configuration > Energy Saver:

  • Desktop Power
  • Desktop Schedule
  • Destroy FV Key On Standby
  • Laptop Battery Power
  • Laptop Power
  • Sleep Disabled

System Configuration > System Logging:

  • Enable Private Data

System Configuration > Time Server:

  • Time Server
  • Time Zone

The following settings are also in Settings Catalog. Previously, they were only available in Templates:

Security > Passcode:

  • Allow Simple Passcode
  • Change At Next Auth
  • Force PIN
  • Max Failed Attempts
  • Max Grace Period
  • Max Inactivity
  • Max PIN Age In Days
  • Min Complex Characters
  • Min Length
  • Minutes Until Failed Login Reset
  • PIN History
  • Require Alphanumeric Passcode

There isn't any conflict resolution between policies created using the Settings catalog and policies created using Templates. When creating new policies in the Settings Catalog, be sure there are no conflicting settings with your current policies.

For more information about configuring Settings catalog profiles in Intune, see Create a policy using settings catalog in Microsoft Intune.

Applies to:

  • macOS

New Microsoft Office and Microsoft Outlook preference settings in the macOS Settings Catalog

The Settings Catalog supports preference settings for Microsoft Office and Microsoft Outlook (Devices > Configuration profiles > Create profile > macOS for platform >Settings catalog for profile type).

The following settings are available:

Microsoft Office > Microsoft Office:

  • Allow experiences and functionality that analyzes user content
  • Allow experiences and functionality that downloads user content
  • Allow macros to modify Visual Basic projects
  • Allow optional connected experiences
  • Allow Visual Basic macros to use system APIs
  • Background accessibility checking
  • Default to local files for open - save
  • Diagnostic data level
  • Disable cloud fonts
  • Disable third-party store add-in catalog
  • Disable user surveys
  • Enable automatic sign-in
  • Prevent all Visual Basic macros from executing
  • Prevent Visual Basic macros from using external dynamic libraries
  • Prevent Visual Basic macros from using legacy MacScript
  • Prevent Visual Basic macros from using pipes to communicate
  • Show Template Gallery on app launch
  • Show What's New dialog
  • Visual Basic macro policy

Microsoft Office > Microsoft Outlook:

  • Allow S - MIME certificates without a matching email address
  • Allowed Email Domains
  • Default domain name
  • Default weather location
  • Disable 'Do Not Forward' options
  • Disable automatic updating of weather location
  • Disable email signatures
  • Disable export to OLM files
  • Disable import from OLM and PST files
  • Disable Junk settings
  • Disable Microsoft 365 encryption options
  • Disable Microsoft Teams meeting support
  • Disable S - MIME
  • Disable Skype for Business meeting support
  • Download embedded images
  • Enable New Outlook
  • Hide On My Computer folders
  • Hide the 'Get started with Outlook' control in the task pane
  • Hide the 'Personalize the new Outlook' dialog
  • Set the order in which S - MIME certificates are considered
  • Set theme
  • Specify first day of the week
  • Trust Office 365 autodiscover redirects
  • Use domain-based autodiscover instead of Office 365

For more information about the Settings Catalog, go to:

For more information about Microsoft Office and Outlook settings you can configure, go to:

Applies to:

  • macOS

Device management

Remotely restart and shut down macOS device

You'll be able to remotely restart or shut down a macOS device using device actions. These device actions are available for devices running macOS 10.13 and later.

For more information, see Restart devices with Microsoft Intune.

Additional Remote actions for Android (AOSP) Corporate devices

For Android Open Source Project (AOSP) Corporate devices, you can soon leverage additional remote actions from the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center - Reboot and Remote lock.

For information about these features, see:

Applies to:

  • Android Open Source Project (AOSP)

User configuration support for Windows 11 multi-session VMs is in public preview

You'll be able to:

  • Configure user scope policies using Settings catalog and assign to groups of users
  • Configure user certificates and assign to users
  • Configure PowerShell scripts to install in the user context and assign to users

Applies to:

  • Windows 11

Note

User support for Windows 10 multi-session builds will be available later this year.

For more information, go to Using Azure Virtual Desktop multi-session with Microsoft Intune

View a managed device's group membership

In the monitor section of the Devices workload of Intune, you can view the group membership of all Azure AD groups for a managed device. You can select Group Membership by signing in to Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center and selecting Devices > All devices > select a device > Group Membership. For more information, see Device group membership report.

Improved certificate reporting details

We’ve changed what Intune displays when you view certificate details for devices and certificate profiles. To view the report, in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center go to > Devices > Monitor > Certificates.

With the improved reporting view, Intune displays information for the following:

  • Valid certificates
  • Certificates that were revoked within the last 30 days
  • Certificates that expired within the last 30 days

The report no longer displays details for certificates that are not valid or that are no longer on a device.

Device enrollment

Utilize bootstrap tokens on macOS devices

Bootstrap token support, previously in public preview, is now generally available to all Microsoft Intune customers, including GCC High and Microsoft Azure Government Cloud tenants. Intune supports the use of bootstrap tokens on enrolled devices running macOS, version 10.15 or later.

Bootstrap tokens allow for non-admin users to have increased MDM permissions, and perform specific software functions on behalf of the IT admin. Bootstrap tokens is supported on:

  • Supervised devices (in Intune, that's all user-approved enrollments)
  • Devices enrolled in Intune via Apple automated device enrollment

For more information about how bootstrap tokens work with Intune, see Set up enrollment for macOS devices.

Intune apps

Newly available protected apps for Intune

The following protected apps are now available for Microsoft Intune:

  • Condeco by Condeco Limited
  • RICOH Spaces by Ricoh Digital Services

For more information about protected apps, see Microsoft Intune protected apps.

What's new archive

For previous months, see the What's new archive.

Notices

These notices provide important information that can help you prepare for future Intune changes and features.

Plan for Change: Enable Intune features that use Windows diagnostic data

Expected in mid-April 2023, Intune features that depend on Windows diagnostic data, such as the app and driver compatibility reports for Windows updates, will require you to enable the use of Windows diagnostic data in Intune and confirm you have the required licensing for these features.

How does this affect you or your users?

If you are using the app and driver compatibility reports for Windows updates, you will need to share Windows diagnostic data with Intune by enabling the use of Windows diagnostic data in processor configuration in your Intune tenant and confirm your licensing in the Endpoint Manager admin center.

How can you prepare?

Navigate to the Endpoint Manager admin center > Tenant administration > Connectors and tokens > Windows data and toggle on "Enable features that require Windows diagnostic data in processor configuration" and set “I confirm that my tenant owns one of these licenses” to On. For more information, see Enable use of Windows diagnostic data by Intune.

Plan for Change: Ending support for Company Portal authentication method for iOS/iPadOS ADE enrollment

As we continue to invest in Setup Assistant with modern authentication, which is the Apple supported path to require enrollment during Setup Assistant with optional multi-factor authentication, we plan to remove the Company Portal authentication method from new and existing iOS/iPadOS ADE enrollment profiles. This will include removing the Run Company Portal in Single App Mode until authentication setting.

We're no longer moving forward with the change at this time, we'll notify you via the Message Center when it's time to replan for this future change.

How does this affect you or your users?

New enrollments (new devices that are targeted with an existing enrollment profile or devices re-enrolling) that are targeted with an existing enrollment profile with the Company Portal authentication method, will not be able to enroll.

This will not impact existing enrolled devices unless the device is re-enrolled after this change. The device will not be able to re-enroll until the authentication method is switched in the enrollment profile to Setup Assistant with modern authentication.

New iOS/iPadOS enrollment profiles will not have the option to select Company Portal as the authentication method.

If you have not already, you will need to move to use Setup Assistant with modern authentication. Within the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center, you will want to either create a new ADE enrollment profile, or edit your existing enrollment profile to use the “Setup assistant with modern authentication.”

User experience: The Setup Assistant with modern authentication enrollment flow does change the enrollment screen order where authentication will occur prior to accessing the home screen. If you have user guides that share screenshots, you will want to update those so the guides match the experience of Setup Assistant with modern authentication.

How can you prepare?

To enroll new devices (or re-enroll) after this change, you will either need to update existing profiles to move to Setup Assistant with modern authentication or create a new enrollment profile with this method.

For related information, see:

Plan for Change: Ending support for Windows Information Protection

Microsoft Windows announced they are ending support for Windows Information Protection (WIP), Microsoft Endpoint Manager will be discontinuing future investments in managing and deploying WIP. In addition to limiting future investments, we will remove support for WIP without enrollment scenario by the end of calendar year 2022.

How does this affect you or your users?

If you have enabled WIP policies, you should turn off or disable these policies.

How can you prepare?

We recommend that you take action to disable WIP to ensure users in your organization do not lose access to documents that have been protected by WIP policy. Read the blog Support tip: End of support guidance for Windows Information Protection for more details and options for removing WIP from your devices.

Plan for Change: Ending support for Windows 8.1

Microsoft Intune will be ending support for devices running Windows 8.1 on October 21, 2022. Additionally, the sideloading key scenario for line-of-business apps will stop being supported since it is only applicable to Windows 8.1 devices.

Microsoft strongly recommends that you move to a supported version of Windows 10 or Windows 11, to avoid a scenario where you need service or support that is no longer available.

How does this affect you or your users?

If you are managing Windows 8.1 devices those devices should be upgraded to a supported version of Windows 10 or Windows 11. There is no impact to existing devices and policies, however, you will not be able to enroll new devices if they are running Windows 8.1.

How can you prepare?

Upgrade your Windows 8.1 devices, if applicable. To determine which users’ devices are running Windows 8.1 navigate to Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center > Devices > Windows > Windows devices, and filter by OS.

Additional information

Update your certificate connector for Microsoft Intune

As of June 1, 2022, Intune certificate connectors earlier than version 6.2101.13.0 may no longer work as expected and stop connecting to the Intune service. See Certificate Connectors for Microsoft Intune for additional information on the certificate connector lifecycle and support.

How does this affect you or your users?

If you're impacted by this change, see MC393815 in the Message center.

How can you prepare?

Download, install, and configure the latest certificate connector. For more information see, Install the Certificate Connector for Microsoft Intune.

To check which version of the certificate connector you are using, follow these steps:

  1. On a Windows Server running the Intune Certificate Connector, launch "Add or Remove programs".
  2. A list of installed programs and applications will be displayed.
  3. Look for an entry related to the Microsoft Intune Certificate Connector. There will be a "Version" associated with the connector. Note: Names for older connectors may vary.

Plan for change: Intune is moving to support macOS 11.6 and higher later this year

Apple is expected to release macOS 13 (Ventura) later this year, Microsoft Intune, the Company Portal app and the Intune mobile device management agent will be moving to support macOS 11.6 (Big Sur) and later. Since the Company Portal app for iOS and macOS are a unified app, this change will occur shortly after the release of iOS/iPadOS 16.

How does this affect you or your users?

This change will affect you only if you currently manage, or plan to manage, macOS devices with Intune. This change might not affect you because your users have likely already upgraded their macOS devices. For a list of supported devices, see macOS Big Sur is compatible with these computers.

Note

Devices that are currently enrolled on macOS 10.15 or earlier will continue to remain enrolled even when those versions are no longer supported. New devices will be unable to enroll if they are running macOS 10.15 or earlier.

How can you prepare?

Check your Intune reporting to see what devices or users might be affected. Go to Devices > All devices and filter by macOS. You can add more columns to help identify who in your organization has devices running macOS 10.15 or earlier. Ask your users to upgrade their devices to a supported OS version.

Plan for change: Intune is moving to support iOS/iPadOS 14 and later

Later this year, we expect iOS 16 to be released by Apple. Microsoft Intune, including the Intune Company Portal and Intune app protection policies (APP, also known as MAM), will require iOS 14/iPadOS 14 and higher shortly after iOS 16’s release.

How does this affect you or your users?

If you're managing iOS/iPadOS devices, you might have devices that won't be able to upgrade to the minimum supported version (iOS/iPadOS 14).

Because Office 365 mobile apps are supported on iOS/iPadOS 14.0 and later, this change might not affect you. You've likely already upgraded your OS or devices.

To check which devices support iOS 14 or iPadOS 14 (if applicable), see the following Apple documentation:

Note

Userless iOS and iPadOS devices enrolled through Automated Device Enrollment (ADE) have a slightly nuanced support statement due to their shared usage. See https://aka.ms/ADE_userless_support for more information.

How can you prepare?

Check your Intune reporting to see what devices or users might be affected. For devices with mobile device management, go to Devices > All devices and filter by OS. For devices with app protection policies, go to Apps > Monitor > App protection status > App Protection report: iOS, Android.

To manage the supported OS version in your organization, you can use Microsoft Endpoint Manager controls for both mobile device management and APP. For more information, see Manage operating system versions with Intune.

Plan for change: Intune is moving to support Android 8.0 and later in January 2022

Microsoft Intune will be moving to support Android version 8.0 (Oreo) and later for mobile device management (MDM) enrolled devices on or shortly after January 7, 2022.

How does this affect you or your users?

After January 7, 2022, MDM enrolled devices running Android version 7.x or earlier will no longer receive updates to the Android Company Portal or the Intune App. Enrolled devices will continue to have Intune policies applied but are no longer supported for any Intune scenarios. Company Portal and the Intune App will not be available for devices running Android 7.x and lower beginning mid-February; however, these devices will not be blocked from completing enrollment if the requisite app has been installed prior to this change. If you have MDM enrolled devices running Android 7.x or below, update them to Android version 8.0 (Oreo) or higher or replace them with a device on Android version 8.0 or higher.

Note

Microsoft Teams devices are not impacted by this announcement and will continue to be supported regardless of their Android OS version.

How can you prepare?

Notify your helpdesk, if applicable, of this upcoming change in support. You can identify how many devices are currently running Android 7.x or below by navigating to Devices > All devices > Filter. Then filter by OS and sort by OS version. There are two admin options to help inform your users or block enrollment.

Here's how you can warn users:

  • Create an app protection policy and configure conditional launch with a min OS version requirement that warns users.
  • Utilize a device compliance policy for Android device administrator or Android Enterprise and set the action for non-compliance to send an email or push notification to users before marking them noncompliant.

Here's how you can block devices running on versions earlier than Android 8.0:

  • Create an app protection policy and configure conditional launch with a min OS version requirement that blocks users from app access.
  • Utilize a device compliance policy for Android device administrator or Android Enterprise to make devices running Android 7.x or earlier non-compliant.
  • Set enrollment restrictions that prevent devices running Android 7.x or earlier from enrolling.

Note

Intune app protection policies are supported on devices running Android 9.0 and later. See MC282986 for more details.

Plan for change: Intune APP/MAM is moving to support Android 9 and higher

With the upcoming release of Android 12, Intune app protection policies (APP, also known as mobile application management) for Android will move to support Android 9 (Pie) and later on October 1, 2021. This change will align with Office mobile apps for Android support of the last four major versions of Android.

Based on your feedback, we've updated our support statement. We're doing our best to keep your organization secure and protect your users and devices, while aligning with Microsoft app lifecycles.

Note

This announcement doesn't affect Microsoft Teams Android devices. Those devices will continue to be supported regardless of their Android OS version.

How does this affect you or your users?

If you're using app protection policies (APP) on any device that's running Android version 8.x or earlier, or you decide to enroll any device that's running Android version 8.x or earlier, these devices will no longer be supported for APP.

APP policies will continue to be applied to devices running Android 6.x to Android 8.x. But if you have problems with an Office app and APP, support will request that you update to a supported Office version for troubleshooting. To continue to receive support for APP, update your devices to Android version 9 (Pie) or later, or replace them with a device on Android version 9.0 or later before October 1, 2021.

How can you prepare?

Notify your helpdesk, if applicable, about this updated support statement. You also have two admin options to warn users:

Upgrade to the Microsoft Intune Management Extension

We've released an upgrade to the Microsoft Intune Management Extension to improve handling of Transport Layer Security (TLS) errors on Windows 10 devices.

The new version for the Microsoft Intune Management Extension is 1.43.203.0. Intune automatically upgrades all versions of the extension that are earlier than 1.43.203.0 to this latest version. To check the version of the extension on a device, review the version for Microsoft Intune Management Extension in the program list under Apps & features.

For more information, see the information about security vulnerability CVE-2021-31980 in the Microsoft Security Response Center.

How does this affect you or your users?

No action is required. As soon as the client connects to the service, it automatically receives a message to upgrade.

Update to Endpoint Security antivirus Windows 10 profiles

We've made a minor change to improve the antivirus profile experience for Windows 10. There's no user effect, because this change affects only what you'll see in the UI.

How does this affect you or your users?

Previously, when you configured a Windows security profile for the Endpoint Security antivirus policy, you had two options for most settings: Yes and Not configured. Those settings now include Yes, Not configured, and a new option of No.

Previously configured settings that were set to Not configured remain as Not configured. When you create new profiles or edit an existing profile, you can now explicitly specify No.

In addition, the setting Hide the Virus and threat protection area in the Windows Security app has a child setting, Hide the Ransomware data recovery option in the Windows Security app. If the parent setting is set to Not configured and the child setting is set to Yes, both the parent and child settings will be set to Not configured. That change will take effect when you edit the profile.

How can you prepare?

No action is needed. However, you might want to notify your helpdesk about this change.

Plan for change: Intune is ending Company Portal support for unsupported versions of Windows

Intune follows the Windows 10 lifecycle for supported Windows 10 versions. We're now removing support for the associated Windows 10 Company Portals for Windows versions that are out of the Modern Support policy.

How does this affect you or your users?

Because Microsoft no longer supports these operating systems, this change might not affect you. You've likely already upgraded your OS or devices. This change will affect you only if you're still managing unsupported Windows 10 versions.

Windows and Company Portal versions that this change affects include:

  • Windows 10 version 1507, Company Portal version 10.1.721.0
  • Windows 10 version 1511, Company Portal version 10.1.1731.0
  • Windows 10 version 1607, Company Portal version 10.3.5601.0
  • Windows 10 version 1703, Company Portal version 10.3.5601.0
  • Windows 10 version 1709, any Company Portal version

We won't uninstall these Company Portal versions, but we will remove them from the Microsoft Store and stop testing our service releases with them.

If you continue to use an unsupported version of Windows 10, your users won't get the latest security updates, new features, bug fixes, latency improvements, accessibility improvements, and performance investments. You won't be able to co-manage users by using System Center Configuration Manager and Intune.

How can you prepare?

In the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center, use the discovered apps feature to find apps with these versions. On a user's device, the Company Portal version is shown on the Settings page of the Company Portal. Update to a supported Windows and Company Portal version.