Intune Tenant Status Page – How to Get the Release Version of Intune Tenant?

In this post, you will learn how to get the details of your Intune version of your tenant. Many times I was wondering why I didn’t had the newer features in my Intune console? Microsoft mentioned in the blog post that these features are released. But those new Intune features are not available in my Intune? What is Intune Tenant Status blade?

Update – Service Health section doesn’t have anything to do with the cases raised by a customer, it’s any service incidents/outages active on that tenant.

[Related TopicList of Intune Versions since 2009] Coming Soon

You can get better answers to all the above questions related to Intune new features and versions in the new Intune Status page.

Intune Version Details – Where in Intune console?

  • Login to Azure Portal – https://portal.azure.com/
  • Navigate to Intune blade
  • Click on Intune > Tenant Status
  • Intune Tenant Status blade – Tenant Details section will give you the following details
    • Tenant Name – [email protected]
    • Tenant Location – Asia Pacific 0201
    • MDM Authority – Microsoft Intune
    • Account Status -Active
    • Service Release – 1812
    • Total Enrolled Devices – 1000?
    • Total Licensed Users – 4000?
    • Total Intune Licenses – 6000?
  • Intune Tenant Status blade -> Connector Status section will give you the following details
    • Header Details – Connector Status – 0 unhealthy
    • Status – Connector Name – Time Stamp
      • Not Enabled – APNS Expiry Date – 08‎-‎02‎-‎2019‎ ‎11‎:‎20‎:‎06
      • Healthy – DEP Last Sync Date – 08‎-‎02‎-‎2019‎ ‎11‎:‎20‎:‎06
      • Warning – VPP Last Sync Date – 07-‎02‎-‎2019‎ ‎1‎:‎23‎:‎12
      • Not Enabled – Managed Google Play App Sync – N/A
      • Healthy – Microsoft Auto Pilot Last Sync Date – 08‎-‎02‎-‎2019‎ ‎11‎:‎20‎:‎06
  • Intune Tenant Status blade -> Intune Service Health section will give you the following details
    • Intune Service Health – 0 total
      • Status – ID – Title – User Impact – Start Time – Updated
      • No active Intune incidents or advisories
    • Intune Service Health – 0 total
      • You don’t have permissions to see this. Click to add your account to the appropriate role in portal.office.com to gain access
      • Status – ID – Title – User Impact – Start Time – Updated
      • See past Incidents/Advisories
  • Intune Tenant Status blade -> Intune News section will give you the following details
    • Intune News – 0 active
      • You don’t have permissions to see this. Click to add your account to the appropriate role in portal.office.com to gain access
      • Act By – Category – Message Title – Published – Message ID
Intune Tenant Status Page
Intune Tenant Status Page

Access Issues – Intune Tenant Status

Intune Blade Access

Do you have access issues with Intune tenant status? You need to have related access to Intune blade. More details about Intune RBAC blog post.

Intune Service Health Access

You need to have following access to review or check whether you have appropriate access. You should have Service Administrator or global administrator access to check Intune Service Health section. (Intune Tenant Status)

  • To assign these permissions, sign in to the Microsoft 365 admin center with Global Administrator permissions.
  • Select Users > Active Users, and then select the account that requires access.
  • Select Edit for Roles, select Service Administrator or Global Administrator
  • Save your edit to assign the permissions.

Intune News Access

View Intune news communications from the Intune service team, you need to have additional permissions. Otherwise, you will get access denied errors as you can see below.

You don’t have permissions to see this. Click to add your account to the appropriate role in portal.office.com to gain access.

To view information for Intune News details, your user account must have the Global Administrator or Service Administrator role in AAD. Otherwise, you need be assigned the Message Center reader role in the Office Admin portal.

  • Sign in to the Microsoft 365 admin center with administrator permissions.
  • Select Users > Active Users, and then select the account that requires access.
  • Select Edit for Roles, select Teams Communications Administrator,
  • Save your edit to assign the permissions.

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