How to Tell if Your Intune Account Has Been Migrated

After you’ve removed any configuration issues that might block your migration from Intune groups to Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) groups, you may be wondering how you’ll know you’ve been migrated. Here’s what to look for. When you first open the Silverlight Intune console at http://manage.microsoft.com after migrating, you should see the informational message below…


Deployments to Ungrouped Users and Devices: Fix Your Intune Migration Configuration Issues

By Matt Shadbolt | Senior Service Engineer | https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/ConfigMgrDogs/ Important: This guide is intended to explain how a migration blocker occurs, and how to remove the blocking issue. The guide is not intended to provide guidance on how to redesign your grouping/targeting to achieve functionality caused by the blocking issues. We suggest you thoroughly review…


Exclusion Clauses in Groups: Fix Your Intune Migration Configuration Issues

By Matt Shadbolt | Senior Service Engineer | https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/ConfigMgrDogs/ Important: This guide is intended to explain how a migration blocker occurs, and how to remove the blocking issue. The guide is not intended to provide guidance on how to redesign your grouping/targeting to achieve functionality caused by the blocking issues. We suggest you thoroughly review…


Nested Groups: Fix Your Intune Migration Configuration Issues

By Matt Shadbolt | Senior Service Engineer | https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/ConfigMgrDogs/ Important: This guide is intended to explain how a migration blocker occurs, and how to remove the blocking issue. The guide is not intended to provide guidance on how to redesign your grouping/targeting to achieve functionality caused by the blocking issues. We suggest you thoroughly review…


The Is Manager Clause: Fix Your Intune Migration Configuration Issues

By Matt Shadbolt | Senior Service Engineer | https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/ConfigMgrDogs/ Important: This guide is intended to explain how a migration blocker occurs, and how to remove the blocking issue. The guide is not intended to provide guidance on how to redesign your grouping/targeting to achieve functionality caused by the blocking issues. We suggest you thoroughly review…


Upgrade your Exchange Connector for Intune: Fix Your Intune Migration Configuration Issues

By Matt Shadbolt | Senior Service Engineer | https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/ConfigMgrDogs/ In December 2016, a new Exchange connector for Intune was released. This Exchange connector connects to your on-premises Exchange server to pull in mobile devices and enable Conditional Access for on-premises mailboxes. You should have been notified via the Outlook Message Center of the availability of…


Enable Self-Service Group Management: Fix Your Intune Migration Configuration Issues

By Matt Shadbolt | Senior Service Engineer | https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/ConfigMgrDogs/ Intune uses the ‘Self-services group management’ feature of Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) to migrate your Intune groups into Azure AD. If you’ve disabled self-service group management, you will need to enable it until your Intune migration is complete. 1. Login to https://portal.azure.com with your Admin…


Conflicting App Deployment Rules: Fix Your Intune Migration Configuration Issues

By Matt Shadbolt | Senior Service Engineer | https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/ConfigMgrDogs/ Important: This guide is intended to explain how a migration blocker occurs, and how to remove the blocking issue. The guide is not intended to provide guidance on how to redesign your grouping/targeting to achieve functionality caused by the blocking issues. We suggest you thoroughly review…


Intune Migration Blockers for Grouping & Targeting

By Alvin Tsou | PM, Intune We’re almost done with the migrations from Intune groups to Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) groups, so we’re posting a major update to this blog post. We have only a few hundred tenants that are blocked due to issues on our side, and we are working tirelessly to fix…


Share your experience with Intune on Azure!

As we work towards removing the preview tag on Intune on Azure, we’ll be wrapping up a few bug fixes, making sure end-to-end scenarios are ready, and listening to your feedback. Have you used the new Intune on Azure experience at https://portal.azure.com? If you answered yes, do you have feedback on the new admin experience?…