Android Enterprise fully managed devices and conditional access

This week is all about Android Enterprise fully managed devices. More specifically, the recently introduced functionality to use Android Enterprise fully managed devices in combination with conditional access. To support this functionality Microsoft introduced a new app, named Microsoft Intune app, and a new profile type for device compliancy policies for the Android Enterprise platform. Together these 2 features enable Android Enterprise fully managed devices to be registered as compliant device and to successfully work with conditional access. In this post I’ll provide some information about the Microsoft Intune app and I’ll show how to configure that app, followed by some information about the compliance policy for device owner scenarios and how to configure that policy. I’ll end this post by showing the end-user experience. …

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Easily managing Managed Google Play apps directly in Microsoft Intune

This week is all about the simplified experience for managing Managed Google Play apps directly in Microsoft Intune. The Managed Google Play store is used to deploy apps to devices managed via Android Enterprise. Before it was required to separately navigate to the Manage Google Play store to approve apps and after approval it was required to synchronize the approved apps with Microsoft Intune. Now the approval (and deletion) of Managed Google Play apps can be achieved by using Microsoft Intune only. Besides the better user experience, the fact that Google announced the deprecation of the device admin management API, means that it’s really time to look at the Managed Google Play store and apps and Android Enterprise in general. In this post I will …

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