Quick tip: Location services required for enhanced jailbreak detection

This week a short blog post about an end-user experience that might be slightly unexpected when using an iOS device. That experience is the “Turn on location services” compliance message in the Company Portal app. That message is caused by the Enhanced jailbreak detection compliance policy setting, as  that setting uses the location services of the iOS device for the enhanced detection, In this post I’ll first show the mentioned end-user experience, as that’s the trigger for this post, followed by the configuration that triggers the experience. End-user experience Let’s start this time by looking at the end-user experience. The user will notice that the iOS device is non-complaint and after opening the Company Portal app, the user will get the message “Turn on location …

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Default device compliance status

This week I’m going to look at the recent introduction of the feature to configure the default compliance state for devices when no compliance policies are targeted. This enables additional security for all devices, as it enables administrators to mark devices as non compliant when no compliance policies are targeted to the device. In this post I’ll start with a short introduction about this security feature, followed by a walk through the configuration. I’ll end this post by looking at the end-user experience. Introduction As should be known by now, compliance policies are basically rules, such as requiring a device PIN, or requiring encryption. These device compliance policies define rules and settings that a device must follow to be considered compliant. The recently introduced security …

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Notify end-user about non-compliant device

This week is all about device compliance policies. Well, actually it’s all about what actions can be triggered for non-compliant devices. Since recently it’s possible to configure actions for non-compliance. Previously the action for non-compliant devices was that the device would be marked as non-compliant. That action is still configured by default, but it’s now also possible to configure additional end-user notifications. In this blog post I’ll provide a short introduction to the actions for non-compliant devices, followed by the required configurations. I’ll end this post with the end-user experience. Introduction Let’s start with a short introduction. Device compliance policies now contains configuration properties for the configuration of Actions for noncompliance. The Actions for noncompliance allows administrators to configure a time-ordered sequence of actions that …

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Intune and Zimperium – Part 2: Conditional access and mobile threat defense level

This week the second part about the integration between Microsoft Intune and Zimperium. A quick reminder, Zimperium is one of the available third-party Mobile Threat Defense connectors for Microsoft Intune. The first part, which is available here, was mainly about integrating Zimperium with Microsoft Intune. Including an overview of the total solution. In this second part, I’ll be providing a short introduction about the mobile threat defense levels and I’ll show how to configure conditional access in combination with these threat levels. Including how the different configurations are related. I’ll end this post with the end-user experience. Introduction Like last week, I’ll start with short introduction. Last week this introduction was about providing an overview about the integrated solution. This week is all about looking …

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Intune and Zimperium – Part 1: Configure the integration

This week and next week I’ll be looking at integrating Microsoft Intune with Zimperium. Zimperium is one the available third-party Mobile Threat Defense connectors for Microsoft Intune. This enables organizations to add an additional layer of protection to their corporate resources. More specifically, prevent access from compromised mobile devices. In the first part of this week I’ll be providing a short introduction about the integration and I’ll show how to configure the integration. I’ll end this post with the configuration results. Introduction Let’s start with a little introduction. Organizations can control mobile device access to corporate resources by using conditional access based on a risk assessment conducted by Zimperium. For this, Zimperium must be integrated with Microsoft Intune. The risk is assessed based on telemetry …

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More differentiation options for device health attestation

This week a short blog post, as it’s written during my vacation, about the new differentiation options in device health attestation for compliance policies. This post is basically an addition to my post about conditional access and health attestation. Back then, a compliance policy could only check for the overall health status reported by the Health Attestation Service. That is changed now. Now it’s possible to differentiate between the different data points of the Health Attestation Service. In this post I’ll briefly go through these new configuration options for Microsoft Intune hybrid and Microsoft Intune standalone. Configuration Now let’s have a look at the new configuration options for the differentiation between the different data points of the Health Attestation Service. Below are the configuration guidelines …

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Conditional access for Skype for Business Online

This week another post about conditional access. This time about conditional access for Skype for Business Online. With this post I want to create more awareness for the availability of this feature and I want to show the currently available configuration options. During this post I’ll go into more detail about the prerequisites, the configuration and the end-users experience. The configurations that I’ll provide, are provided for Microsoft Intune standalone and Microsoft Intune hybrid. Prerequisites Before starting with the configuration steps for conditional access for Skype for Business Online, there are a few technical prerequisites that should be in place, or should be known. Modern authentication must be enabled for Skype for Business Online. At this moment modern authentication must be enabled by enrolling into …

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Conditional access, Windows 10 and Microsoft Intune: What are the compliance options?

Recently Microsoft released a couple of blog posts about The Path to Modernizing Windows Management and about Clear & Simple Guidance: When ConfigMgr and Intune should be used with Windows 10, which should be really helpful with deciding how to managing the Windows 10 devices within an organization. I would really recommend everybody to read those posts. This blog post will not be directly related, but will continue on a more detailed level about the options for conditional access and Windows 10 devices. In this blog post I will provide nice tables of the different compliance rules, for Windows 10 devices, that are currently available for Microsoft Intune standalone and Microsoft Intune hybrid. In those tables I’ll show the different management scenarios and the currently …

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Conditional access and health attestation

This week another blog post about conditional access. And another blog post that is triggered by a feature that is introduced in ConfigMgr 1602. However, this time it’s about a feature that already did exist in Microsoft Intune standalone. I’m talking about the new conditional access rule that uses the Health Attestation Service. This new rule creates the ability to ensure that Windows 10 devices have trustworthy BIOS, TPM, and boot software configurations enabled. In this blog post I’ll show the detailed configuration steps for Microsoft Intune hybrid and I’ll briefly note the most important configurations for Microsoft Intune standalone. Introduction Device health attestation is an additional level of restricting access to Exchange Online and SharePoint Online for Windows 10 devices. Currently only available for …

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Conditional access for PCs managed by ConfigMgr

This blog post is about a pre-release feature, which means that it’s included in the product for early testing in a production environment, but should not be considered production ready. This week a blog post about the Conditional access for managed PCs feature that is introduced in ConfigMgr 1602. This feature is introduced as a pre-release feature. The requirements for using Conditional access for managed PCs are similar to the requirements of the blog series that I did a few months ago about Conditional access for PCs. Make sure that those requirements are in-place before starting with the configurations described in this post. Introduction Conditional access for managed PCs is basically an additional level of restricting access to Exchange Online and SharePoint Online. Before the …

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