One of the Intune tenants I managed received the following via email today, a huge step to encourage people to start using the new Intune on Azure experience. Of course the first thing I checked was whether the blades still said “Preview”, because I didn’t read the full text of the message, so I had to go back and check it again, where it explains “We will remove the “Preview” tag once we meet our engineering bar for the new Intune experience” – yes, it does pay to read the full text instead of just skimming over it… but on a positive note… good night Silverlight, don’t let the bed bugs bite.


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Microsoft Intune
Welcome to the new Intune on Azure admin experience! Now that your groups and users are migrated to Azure AD grouping and targeting, you can use the new Intune admin experience at Login with your Intune admin credentials on any
supported modern browser for the Azure console, add Intune as a favorite in the Azure service menu, and enjoy streamlined management of core Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) workflows across Azure AD and Intune.

Getting Started

The new portal is a big, but welcome change for many of you accustomed to the classic Intune Silverlight-based experience. Watch a new Microsoft Mechanics video that highlights the new Intune on Azure admin experience. Below, you’ll find links to new documentation to help you get acquainted with the new look and feel.

Updates to Microsoft Intune on Microsoft Azure
Where did my Intune feature go in Azure? The service is rebuilt from the ground up and integrated with Azure AD. The doc here has many useful tips on where to find your favorite feature.
What is the Azure portal preview? Read more here.
Download the Intune on Azure infographic posted here and share with your team.
What’s New?

While migrations are underway for all Intune customers, you’re welcome to use both the Intune on Azure and the classic Intune experience. New features/functionality will be added to the Intune on Azure experience. We will remove the “Preview” tag once we meet our engineering bar for the new Intune experience, but rest assured the new console is already fully supported by our support team. You can always find information on new features at our
What’s New in Intune on Azure page. If you don’t see a feature you want, let us know (or vote up) the item in the Intune User Voice.

And our Favorite…

Finally, we’re very excited for the addition of Microsoft Graph API and have been building out documentation and references for your use. Graph API provides a unified endpoint (REST API) across EMS, Office 365 and Azure. With Graph API, you will be able to automate common tasks from a command line and make it easier to integrate Intune with your existing systems and workflows. Graph API functionality will give you more flexibility than ever before to manage and secure your enterprise. Please read more about Graph API and Intune

Thank you for being an Intune customer, and we hope that you will enjoy the new Intune on Azure experience!

The Intune team

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