19 Dec.

Microsoft Intune in the Azure Portal

This post is mainly screenshots of what the Intune preview in the Azure Portal looks like, along with a few comments where appropriate. Since I started working with Intune in early 2011, when it was Windows Intune, and only a cloud based PC management solution, the Silverlight requirement has always been an issue for some, but we can see that progress is definitely being made to reduce the number of portals required for managing Enterprise Mobility + Security, and bringing consistency to the suite. If you are having trouble finding Intune blades in Azure, follow the instructions below.

First up, search for Intune (from more services, bottom left of Azure Portal).

You see two options, which I have selected the stars to favourite them. Intune App Protection links to the Intune Mobile Application Management functionality that has been in the Azure portal for quite a while now.

Once added, you will see the two items above added to the left hand side of the Azure Portal.

Clicking on Intune App Protection opens the Intune MAM blade, which I’ve covered previously. The interesting thing here is the rebranding, which I think we will probably be reading more about pretty soon…

Clicking on the Intune link on the right hand side of the Azure Portal opens the Intune preview blade, where we have the choice of;

Manage apps
Configure devices
Set device compliance
Conditional access
Devices & Groups
Manage Users
Enroll Devices
Access Control
Classic (Silverlight) Intune portal.

Manage Apps provides links to the following

Overview

Manage

Apps
Licensed Apps
App Configuration Policies
App Protection Policies
App Selective Wipe

Monitor

Discovered Apps
App install status
App Protection User Status

Setup

iOS VPP Tokens
Windows Store for Business
Company Portal Branding

Help and Support

Help And Support

Configure Devices provides the following options

Overview

Manage

Profiles

Setup

Certification Authority
Telecom Expense Management

Help and Support

Help and Support

Set device compliance includes

Overview

Manage

Policies

Help and Support

Help and Support

Conditional Access includes

Overview

Manage

Exchange on-premises access

Setup

Exchange ActiveSync on-premises

Help and Support

Help and Support

Overview

Manage

All devices

Monitor

Device Actions

Help and Support

Help and Support

 

Manage Users is a link to the Azure Active Directory blade, which has been in preview since shortly prior to Ignite. It’s had a few updates since then, but you can see that it’s a bit richer with extra icons and working views.

Overview

Manage

Apple Enrollment
Windows Hello for Business
Terms and Conditions
Enrollment Restrictions
Device Categories
Corporate Device Identifiers
Device Enrollment Managers

Setup

Apple MDM Push Certificate

Help and Support

Help and Support

Well, I can’t show you anything here yet, as you can see, and as you can probably imagine, I know where the classic Intune portal link will take me… our old friend Silverlight… I took these screenshots in Edge, so that’s a good enough reason to not click the link.

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