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Microsoft’s Intune Compliance Policy Requirement Takes Effect on November 27

A new warning issued to customers of Microsoft’s web-based management product, Intune, states that on November 27 devices being managed by the service that have no compliance policy assigned, will be marked as non-compliant.

We’re introducing some security enhancements in the Intune service, as we previously announced in MC123522. As a part of this change, devices with no compliance policy assigned to them will be marked as ‘not compliant’ towards the end of November. In this post we’ll share some updates and our plan moving forward.

As we start rolling this change out towards the end of November, devices with no compliance policy assigned to them will be treated as ‘not compliant’. If you use compliance policies with Conditional Access (CA), devices that move from ‘compliant’ to ‘not compliant’ state will now be blocked by CA. End users associated with these devices, who were previously allowed access to email, will lose their access unless you take action. Please see the Additional Information link for the deployment schedule we’ve planned for this change.

Action required by November 27, 2017


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