This week a quick and short blog post about the feature, in Configuration Manager, to view a device in Azure AD. This is small new feature that was introduced in Configuration Manager 1702 and is mainly used for getting additional information about the compliance state of domain joined devices. Devices managed by a Configuration Manager client. In this post I’ll show the steps to use that feature and I’ll show the provided information.
View device in Azure AD
The feature to view a device in Azure AD, is only available when looking at non-compliant or compliant devices. This can be achieved by going through the steps below.
||Open the Configuration Manager administration console and navigate to Monitoring > Overview > Compliance Settings > Compliance Policies;
||In the Overall Device Compliance overview, click on the Non-Compliant, or the Compliant, section of the donut and the Overall Device Compliance – Non-Compliant, or Overall Device Compliance – Compliant node will show;
||Option 1: Select the device and click View Device in Azure Active Directory in the Home tab;
||Option 2: Right-click the device and click View Device in Azure Active Directory;
||When the current user is not an administrative user in Azure AD, an additional dialog box will show. Simply provide the credential of an administrative user that has the permissions to view the device information and logon;
||The View Device in Azure Active Directory dialog box will show. This dialog box provides up-to-date information about the compliance state of the device, including the important property Compliance Expires. That provides the administrator with the information about when the current compliance status expires.