Microsoft Intune provides a secure and efficient way to control administrative access to devices and data. With Just In Time Admin Access, admins can set up access policies to restrict access to only those times when it is needed. This article provides a step-by-step guide to configuring Just In Time Admin Access with Intune.
What is Just-in-Time Admin Access?
Just-in-Time (JIT) Admin Access is a feature of Microsoft Intune that allows admins to grant temporary access to devices and resources. It is designed to reduce the attack surface of an organization by limiting the amount of time an admin has access to a device.
What are the Benefits?
JIT Admin Access provides a number of benefits, including:
- Reduced attack surface by limiting the amount of time an admin has access to a device
- Increased security by requiring authentication every time an admin accesses a device
- Improved compliance by ensuring that only authorized admins have access to devices
How to Configure JIT Admin Access?
Configuring JIT Admin Access is a simple process. First, admins must configure the JIT policies in Intune. This includes setting the access duration, the number of devices that can be accessed, and the type of authentication that will be required. Once the policies are configured, admins can then grant access to devices and resources.
“JIT Admin Access provides a number of benefits, including reduced attack surface, increased security, and improved compliance.”
JIT Admin Access is a great way to ensure that only authorized admins have access to devices and resources. With its simple configuration process and the benefits it provides, it is an essential security feature for any organization.
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