Announcing General Availability for the Microsoft Intune App SDK Xamarin Bindings

By Aasawari Navathe | Intune PM The Microsoft Intune App SDK Xamarin Bindings (previously known as the Microsoft Intune App SDK Xamarin Component) enables data protection features and mobile app management through Microsoft Intune for Xamarin-based apps on iOS and Android. We’re moving from preview functionality to general availability! You can now deploy apps integrated with this release widely…


Deploy Intune App Protection Policies based on device management state

In many organizations it’s very common to allow end users to use both Intune MDM managed devices (Corporate owned devices for example) and unmanaged devices protected with only Intune App Protection Policies (BYO scenarios for example). As Intune App Protection Policies are targeted to a user’s identity, the protection settings for a user traditionally apply…


Intune App Protection Blade Moving

We recently shared in MC129046 for Intune customers and MC129047 for hybrid (Intune + Configuration Manager) customers that the Intune App Protection blade is moving! Today, we started the redirect experience. When you head to the Intune App Protection service blade in the Azure portal it’ll give you a notice that App Protection is moving…


Managing Android for Work devices independently in the Intune console

Updated 12/15 to include new estimate for rollout of changes. 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…