Session 5 Enabling Microsoft Intune for Apple iOS/iPad and MacOS Devices

Session 5 Enabling Microsoft Intune for Apple iOS/iPad and MacOS Devices.

Adding 2 iPhones and a macOS device to the Intune Expert Intune environment. Creating Dynamic device groups for managing these new device types.

Everything you see here is done as a large scale and is considered an industry best practice as well as based on industry experience. Which is how these cloud products are improved.

Dynamic Rules used for the Groups I created in this video:

• For all iPhone and iPad devices: ○ (device.deviceOSType -contains “iPhone” -or device.deviceOSType -contains “iPad”)

• For all iPhone and iPad devices that are personal devices: ○ (device.deviceOSType -contains “iPhone” -or device.deviceOSType -contains “iPad”) -and (device.deviceOwnership -contains “Personal”)

• For all iPhone and iPad devices that are corporate devices: ○ (device.deviceOSType -contains “iPhone” -or device.deviceOSType -contains “iPad”) -and (device.deviceOwnership -contains “Company”)

• For macOS devices: ○ (device.deviceOSType -contains “OSX” -or device.deviceOSType -contains “macOS” -or device.deviceOSType -contains “MacMDM”)

• For macOS devices that are personal devices: ○ (device.deviceOSType -contains “OSX” -or device.deviceOSType -contains “macOS” -or device.deviceOSType -contains “MacMDM”) -and (device.deviceOwnership -contains “Personal”)

• For macOS devices that are corporate devices: ○ (device.deviceOSType -contains “OSX” -or device.deviceOSType -contains “macOS” -or device.deviceOSType -contains “MacMDM”) -and (device.deviceOwnership -contains “Company”)

• For iPhone devices: ○ (device.deviceOwnership -contains “Personal”)

• For iPad devices: (device.deviceOwnership -contains “Company”)

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