Managing Android for Work devices independently in the Intune console

We’ve heard your feedback and accordingly, Intune now supports managing enrollment of Android for Work (AFW) devices independently from the Android platform, with no change in the end user experience. In this blog post, we’ll show you what will change in the enrollment flow, after your enrollment settings are migrated to the new AFW management…


Changes to Automatic Grouping for Corporate Pre-enrolled iOS Devices

Daniel Gerrity | Program Manager, Intune updated 5/26/2017 – changed the query rule picture to show you don’t need quotes anymore on the query criteria. For the last few months, we have been migrating group management out of Intune and into Azure Active Directory. This change will bring us some exciting new features, but it also…


KB: Devices continue to try to enroll in a cancelled Intune subscription

We recently published a new KB article regarding a scenario where devices still attempt to enroll in a Microsoft Intune subscription even though it has been cancelled. It’s not terribly common but we’ve seen it a few times now. The issue is that if you switch your MDM provider from Microsoft Intune to another company,…


How Microsoft IT uses Intune to make BYOD easy and secure

Microsoft Intune makes it convenient to bring your own device to work, and now you can see how Microsoft IT does it in three new videos just released on Channel 9. Microsoft IT uses Intune to help ensure that personal devices adhere to corporate security policies without accessing your personal files, and in the first…


Support Tip: New PC’s not enrolling?

When you initially sign up for Intune, the service issues you a certificate. When the certificate renews, an alert will pop into the Intune console letting you know to go download a new Windows PC Management client software package, and to use that package for any new PC enrolments. This new client software package is…