|Configuration Profiles (combined platform profiles)||Win 10 and Later|
|Android Device Administrator |
|Android (AOSP) (only)||Android Enterprise (only)||iOS/|
|Compliance Policies||Win 10 and Later||Android Ent – Fully Managed/Dedicated/ Corp owned work profile||Android Ent – Personally owned work profile||macOS||Linux||Windows 8.1 and Later|
|Security Baselines||Security Baseline for Windows 10 and later||Microsoft Defender for Endpoint Baseline||Microsoft Edge Baseline||Windows 365 Security Baseline (Preview)|
|Disk Encryption||Microsoft Disk Encryption||macOS|
|Firewall||Win 10 and Later||macOS||Win10 and Later (CondifMgr)|
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Week of March 13, 2023
Meta Quest 2 and Quest Pro are now in Open Beta (US only) on Microsoft Intune for Android Open Source Devices
Microsoft Intune for Android open source project devices (AOSP) has welcomed Meta Quest 2 and Quest Pro into Open Beta for the US market.
For more information go to Operating systems and browsers supported by Microsoft Intune
- Microsoft Intune (AOSP)
Trusted Root Certificates Management for Intune App SDK for Android
If your Android application requires SSL/TLS certificates issued by an on-premise or private certificate authority to provide secure access to internal websites and applications, the Intune App SDK for Android now has support for certificate trust management. For more information and examples, see Trusted Root Certificates Management.
System context support for UWP apps
In addition to user context, you will be able to deploy Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps from the Microsoft Store app (new) in system context. If a provisioned .appx app is deployed in system context, the app will auto-install for each user that logs in. If an individual end user uninstalls the user context app, the app will still show as installed because it is still provisioned. In addition, the app must not already be installed for any users on the device. Our general recommendation is to not mix install contexts when deploying apps. Note that Win32 apps from the Microsoft Store app (new) already supports system context.