Getting started with User Enrollment for iOS/iPadOS devices

This week is all around the User Enrollment option that was introduced with iOS 13 and iPadOS 13.1 and that is currently available as preview functionality in Microsoft Intune. User Enrollment feels similar to what already can be achieved on Android devices with Work Profiles. A separation between personal data and company data. In this post I’ll start with a short introduction about User Enrollment, followed with the steps to created an enrollment profile that will facilitate the User Enrollment. I’ll end this post by show the end-user experience during the enrollment and after the enrollment. Introduction to User Enrollment User Enrollment is created and designed by Apple to facilitate an enrollment and management scenario for Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD). That enrollment and management …

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Federated authentication for Managed Apple IDs

This week is all about federated authentication for Managed Apple IDs. When using Microsoft Intune for managing Apple devices, the use of Managed Apple IDs is adding more and more value to the solution. That value gets even more when those Managed Apple IDs are federated with Azure AD. That would provide the user with a single account to remember and to use. Together that brings a very nice experience to Apple devices that are using federated Managed Apple IDs and are managed with Microsoft Intune. In this post I’ll discuss and describe the following information regarding Managed Apple IDs: What are Managed Apple IDs and why using them? Federated authentication for Managed Apple IDs Automatically provisioned users from Azure AD Provisioned user with federated …

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