Microsoft’s Transition to Azure Attestation for Enhanced Windows 11 Device Health Compliance

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Microsoft is set to update its endpoints to support the Microsoft Azure Attestation (MAA) service for Windows 11 devices. This will replace the Windows Device Health Attestation (DHA) service currently used for Windows 10/11 compliance policy and device health settings.

Embrace the Future: Microsoft Azure Attestation for Windows 11

As technology continues to evolve, it’s crucial to stay updated and secure. Microsoft is taking a significant step in this direction by introducing a new update for Windows 11 devices. This update is all about enhancing security and compliance, and it’s something every tech-savvy individual should know about.

What’s New: Microsoft Azure Attestation Service

Previously, Intune utilized the Windows Device Health Attestation (DHA) service for Windows 10/11 Compliance policy – Device Health settings. DHA is a reporting service that ensures a device boots to a trusted state. However, starting in mid-August 2023, Microsoft will begin rolling out support for Microsoft Azure Attestation (MAA) service for Windows 11 devices.

“Today, Intune uses the Windows Device Health Attestation (DHA) service for Windows 10/11 Compliance policy – Device Health settings…Starting in mid-August 2023 we’ll slowly be rolling out support for Microsoft Azure Attestation (MAA) service for Windows 11 devices.”

Why This Update Matters

The shift from DHA to MAA is more than just a simple update. It’s a move towards a more secure and reliable system. Microsoft Azure Attestation service is designed to enhance the security of your devices and ensure they boot in a trusted state.

Stay Informed, Stay Secure

As we move towards a more digital world, staying informed about such updates is crucial. Not only does it help you stay ahead of the curve, but it also ensures your devices are secure and reliable. So, keep an eye out for this update and make sure your Windows 11 devices are ready for it.

“Device health attestation is a reporting service used to ensure a device boots to a trusted state.”

Embrace the future with Microsoft Azure Attestation service for Windows 11. It’s not just an update; it’s a step towards a more secure and trustworthy digital world.

  • Intune currently uses the Windows Device Health Attestation (DHA) service for Windows 10/11 Compliance policy.
  • Device health attestation is a reporting service used to ensure a device boots to a trusted state.
  • Starting in mid-August 2023, Microsoft will begin rolling out support for Microsoft Azure Attestation (MAA) service for Windows 11 devices.
  • The MAA service will replace the DHA service currently used for device health settings.
  • Users can learn more about Windows 11 device health attestation through Microsoft’s resources.
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