Intune

Microsoft Intune is a modern device management and application management “SaaS” (Software as a Service) solution. With Intune you can manage iOS, Android, and Windows devices.

Windows 10 management of Intune is straight forward and Windows 10 management is agent less management. What is agent-less management?

Windows 10 operating system has a build in MDM agent and Microsoft Intune is using that in build MDM agent to manage Windows 10 devices.

So there is no need to have a separate client agent like SCCM client for the management. Windows 1o MDM agent worked based on OMA-DM protocol unlike SCCM management.

Intune uses OMA-DM protocol to manage all types of devices similar to iOS, MacOS, Android, and Windows. OMA-DM is a light weight protocol which uses OMA DM protocol uses XML for data exchange.

Intune specifically uses the sub-set of XML called or defined by SyncML for the management of heterogeneous devices.

Intune Co-Management Workloads Report | Endpoint Manager

Let’s check the default Intune Co-Management Workloads Report available in the Endpoint Manager portal. The Co-Manage Workloads report provides a report of devices that are currently co-managed. The report shows the management authority for the Compliance, Resource Access, Device Configuration, Windows Update for Business, Endpoint Protection, Modern Apps, and Office Apps workloads for each device. Related Posts – Intune Co-management …

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Windows 10 Feature Update Intune Report | Endpoint Manager

Let’s check the Windows 10 feature update Intune report from Intune Portal (Endpoint Manager portal). The Windows 10 feature updates report provides an overall view of compliance for devices that are targeted with a Windows 10 feature updates policy. This report provides the updated status based on the updated state. You can also see specific device update details. The …

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Intune Windows 10 MDM Firewall Status Report | Endpoint Manager

Let’s check the default Intune Windows 10 MDM Firewall Status Report from Intune Portal (Endpoint Manager portal). Windows 10 MDM Firewall status allows you to check the status of Windows 10 MDM devices that have a firewall enabled or disabled. This report provides a high-level view of the firewall status for Windows 10 managed devices with Intune. …

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Intune Co-management Eligibility Report | Endpoint Manager

Let’s check the Co-management eligibility default report available in Intune Portal (Endpoint Manager portal). The Co-management eligibility report provides an eligibility evaluation for devices that can be co-managed. Devices must upgrade to Windows 10 and enroll in Azure Active Directory before becoming eligible. Some devices (like devices with Windows Server OS) are not eligible for co-management. Co-management …

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Intune Device Compliance Reports | Endpoint Manager

Let’s check how to see Intune Device Compliance Reports from Intune Portal (Endpoint Manager portal). Microsoft Intune reports allow you to more effectively and proactively monitor endpoints’ health and activity across your organization and provide other reporting data across Intune. As per Microsoft’s statement, Device compliance reports are meant to be broad in nature and …

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How to Use Group Policy Analytics in Intune Portal | Endpoint Manager

In this post, you will learn more about the Group Policy Analytics in Intune Portal. Group Policy analytics is a tool and feature in Microsoft Endpoint Manager that analyzes your on-premises GPOs. If your organization uses Group Policy objects (GPOs), and you want to move some workloads to Microsoft Endpoint Manager and Intune, then Group Policy …

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How to Check Intune Service Release Version | Endpoint Manager

This post will help you to learn how to check Intune service release version of your tenant. Intune is on a monthly release cadence. Every update contains new features, bug fixes, and, most importantly, new capabilities. By knowing the Intune service release, you can get more information about updates. Related Post – Intune Version Numbers …

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Learn How to Collect Windows 10 Diagnostics Information from Intune Portal | Endpoint Manager

Let’s see what the improvements are in Intune. Learn more about How to Collect Windows 10 Diagnostics Information from Intune Portal. Microsoft has enabled a public preview of the Windows 10 Device diagnostics feature to Collect Diagnostics from Windows devices with Remote Action. The Collect diagnostics remote action lets you collect and download Windows device logs without interrupting …

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How to Export All Devices Data from Intune Portal | Endpoint Manager

Let’s see what are the improvements in Intune. Learn more about Export All Devices Data From Intune Portal (Endpoint Manager portal). Microsoft has recently added a new option for export device data in All devices. This allows you to filter and improve the report. The following new options are available when exporting device data – …

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Identify Apps Using Basic Authentication with Conditional Access | Reports In Azure

In this blog, I will explain how we can use conditional access to report the applications still getting connected using basic authentication or legacy protocols. I would recommend reading my post 1 of this series Basic Authentication Microsoft 365 Apps for Enterprise | Office 365 | Azure AD. Conditional Access is used to bring signals …

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