Device compliance policy helps to protect organizational data by requiring users and devices to meet some requirement. It only checks if the certain settings are enabled or not. In this article we will create compliance policy for our Windows device. If you have issues onboarding your device then you can take a look on my other articles in which I have wrote in detail regarding onboarding
Here is my second article on Intune regarding Onboarding. In the previous blog I’ve showed “Automatic Enrollment of Windows 10 devices to Microsoft Intune”, if you haven’t read then, here is the link https://lnkd.in/dNPwsz7w In…
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Intune is a hot topic these days, many users are working from home and it is an important task for the IT Team to ensure that their home network is secure and personal computer has every security tool already installed which is quite impossible. I’m going to make series of blogs in which we will enroll devices to Microsoft Intune and will create configuration profiles and app profiles which will be pushed to User’s device.
In this blog, you will learn auto enrollment of Windows 10 devices to Microsoft Intune in just 4 easy steps.
It is a hot topic these days to onboard Windows devices to Intune and Microsoft 365 Defender ATP. And in this blog, you will learn to onboard Windows devices to Microsoft Intune and from there…
1- Open https://security.microsoft.com then go to Settings > Endpoint > Onboarding and download below packages on the device which you want to onboard.
2- Install the “Installation Package” on the device.
3- Allow Extension