During the July update of the Intune service some really nice new features will be released. Announced in the what’s new docs for July is the ability to enroll up to 15 devices per user, earlier this was 5 devices. Great for testing and great for people who are living the mobility world to the max 😉 Looking at one of my tenants this is already available.
Intune also adds support for mobile provisioning profile policies for iOS apps, normally a provisioning profile expires after 1 year, this can now be renewed via a policy.
But there is more to come;
Enrollment experience is improved when using Conditional Access for Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 (Desktop and Mobile).
- Company portal end user experience is improved.
- Side-loading apps via the Company Portal website is only allowed for enrolled devices.
Changes to Device Enrollment Managers (DEM) accounts in the iOS Company Portal app, the DEM cannot see the enrolled devices anymore in the My Devices pane of the Company Portal app. Remote actions can only be done from the Intune Management Console.
Transition from Intune groups to Azure Active Directory Groups
In August Microsoft will be starting to implement the new group management experience that is using the Azure AD security groups instead of the Intune groups. This means that you are able to deploy apps, policies and profiles directly to Azure AD groups, which is really great!
Read more here!!
– Support for iOS 7.x and lower
– Company Portal apps for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8.
– Intune viewers will be replaced for RMS Sharing app.