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Microsoft Intune new capabilities released

MicrosoftIntune_LogoBased on an announcement on the Microsoft Intune team blog yesterday, a set of new features will be coming to Microsoft Intune this week. The update will be rolled out between November 17 and November 19 and applies to Intune standalone (or cloud) only.

With this update Microsoft also throws the “Windows Intune” term into the dustbin. “Microsoft Intune” will be the terminology used for the future, as the capabilities nowadays extend a lot further than just the Windows platform (iOS and Android).

A quick overview of the new features:

  • Enhanced user interface for Intune administration console
  • Ability to restrict access to Exchange on-premises email based upon device enrollment
  • Bulk enrollment of devices using a single service account
  • Lockdown of Supervised iOS devices and devices using Samsung KNOX with Kiosk mode
  • Targeting of policies and apps by device groups
  • Ability to report on and allow or block a specific set of applications
  • Enforcement of application install or uninstall
  • Deployment of certificates, email, VPN and WiFi profiles
  • Ability to push free store apps to iOS devices
  • More convenient access to internal corporate resources using per-app VPN configurations for iOS devices
  • Remote pin reset for Windows Phone 8.1 devices
  • Multi-factor authentication at enrollment for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 devices
  • Ability to restrict administrator access to a specific set of user and device groups
  • Updated Company Portal apps to support customizable terms and conditions

For those experienced with Microsoft’s UDM solution –where ConfigMgr and Intune are integrated- you will recognize quite some familiar features.

More info can be found on the Intune Team blog.

Until next time!


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