Marching Ahead with Microsoft Intune: What’s New in Version 2303

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Microsoft Intune is a powerful cloud-based mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM) service that helps organizations manage devices and applications across multiple platforms. This article provides an overview of the new features and updates released in March 2021 for Microsoft Intune.

What is Microsoft Intune?

Microsoft Intune is a cloud-based service that lets you manage mobile devices, PCs, and apps in your organization. It helps you protect company data by keeping corporate data secure and allowing you to manage access to corporate resources.

Major Updates

Microsoft Intune has released several major updates in the March edition, including:
  • The ability to set up and manage Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) with Intune
  • Support for Windows 10 version 20H2
  • The ability to configure Windows Defender Application Guard (WDAG) policies
  • The ability to configure Windows Hello for Business policies
  • The ability to deploy and manage Office 365 ProPlus applications with Intune

What’s Important to Know?

It is important to note that these updates are only available to customers with an Intune subscription. Additionally, some of the new features may require additional licenses or subscriptions.
“We’re excited to announce the latest updates to Microsoft Intune. With these new features, customers can now manage Windows Virtual Desktop, Windows 10 version 20H2, Windows Defender Application Guard, Windows Hello for Business, and Office 365 ProPlus with Intune.”
– Microsoft Intune Team

Key points from the article:

  • Support for Windows 10 version 21H1
  • New device health policies for iOS and iPadOS
  • Improved support for Android Enterprise work profiles
  • New app protection policy settings for macOS
  • This article provides an overview of the latest features and updates released in March 2021 for Microsoft Intune, including support for Windows 10 version 21H1, new device health policies for iOS and iPadOS, improved support for Android Enterprise work profiles, and new app protection policy settings for macOS.

    From the Microsoft Intune Blog