Intune Service Release Numbers, Monthly Updates, & New Features

This article includes a list of all the Intune Service Release numbers and new features. The Intune service updates are released every month, and you can find the service release details via Intune Tenant Administration.

The YYMM format is used for Intune releases. For example, if you read “Intune has a new feature in Service Release 2210,” it means the new feature was added in the October 2022 release. Every month we see new Intune updates added to the service.

When Microsoft Intune was first released, the new features were released in service packs every year or two. The major product releases are seen every four years or so. Intune is now on a monthly release cadence, which means that Intune updates are released every month.

If you go through the Intune release history, you’ll notice that Intune updates are released more than once in a single month. These are the occasional features that are rolled out after the majority of the release is complete and are known as “out of band releases.”

Like we have build numbers and version numbers for Configuration Manager current branch, Intune updates are identified with service release number, and there is nothing called an Intune version number.

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Check Microsoft Intune Service Release Version

To check your Intune Service Release version, open the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center console and click on Tenant Administration. From the Tenant Administration page, click on Tenant Status. The tenant details page will show you the Intune Service Release version number, which in my case is 2206.

The tenant status page in Microsoft Intune shows important details about your tenant and the details include:

  • Your Tenant name and location
  • MDM Authority
  • Account Status
  • Intune Service Release number
  • Total Enrolled Devices
  • Total Licensed users and Intune Licenses
Check Microsoft Intune Service Release Version
Check Microsoft Intune Service Release Version

Intune Monthly Updates Rollout Details

Each Intune monthly update may take up to three days to roll out and will be in the following order:

  • Day 1: Asia Pacific (APAC)
  • Day 2: Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA)
  • Day 3: North America
  • Day 4+: Intune for Government

Intune Service Release Numbers, Monthly Updates, and New Features

By reading the topics below, you can find out about the Intune service release number, Intune monthly updates, and new features that come with each service update. As new service releases are made, the information below will be updated.

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2211 | November 2022 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2211 released in the month of November 2022. For more details on What’s new in Intune 2211, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • Control the display of Managed Google Play apps
  • New password complexity setting for Android Enterprise 12+ personally owned devices with a work profile
  • New settings available in the iOS/iPadOS and macOS Settings Catalog
  • Device Firmware Configuration Interface (DFCI) will support Panasonic devices
  • Login and background item management support on macOS devices using the settings catalog
  • Newly available protected apps for Intune
  • Review Cloud PC connectivity health checks and errors in Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center
  • Deliver organizational messages for Windows 11 (public preview)
  • Ending support for Windows Information Protection
  • User configuration support for Windows 11 multi-session VMs is now generally available

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2210 | October 2022 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2210, released in the month of October 2022. For more details on What’s New in Intune 2210, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • New network endpoints for Microsoft Intune: New network endpoints have been added to our documentation to accommodate new Azure Scale Units (ASU) that have been added to the Intune service.
  • Enhanced app picker for managed apps on Android devices: Android device users can select, view, and remove their default app selections in the Intune Company Portal app.
  • Microsoft Endpoint Manager branding change: Microsoft Endpoint Manager will no longer be used. Going forward, the cloud-based unified endpoint management will be referred as Microsoft Intune and on-premises management as Microsoft Configuration Manager.
  • Grace period status visible in Windows Company Portal: Windows Company Portal now displays a grace period status to account for devices that don’t meet compliance requirements but are still within their given grace period.
  • Linux device management available in Microsoft Intune: Microsoft Intune now supports Linux device management for devices running Ubuntu Desktop 22.04 or 20.04 LTS.

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2209 | September 2022 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2209, released in the month of September 2022. For more details on What’s new in Intune 2209 for September updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • Open Help and Support without losing your context in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center
  • New app types for Microsoft Endpoint Manager: iOS/iPadOS web clip and Windows web link.
  • Microsoft Intune will be ending support for Windows 8.1
  • Group member count visible in assignments
  • New lock screen message when adding custom support information to Android Enterprise devices
  • Filter on the user scope or device scope in the Settings Catalog for Windows devices
  • Android Open-Source Project (AOSP) platform is generally available
  • Device Firmware Configuration Interface (DFCI) now supports Acer devices
  • New settings available in the iOS/iPadOS and macOS Settings Catalog
  • Set up enrollment notifications (public preview)
  • Assign compliance policies to the All devices group
  • Trend Micro – New mobile threat defense partner
  • Grace period status visible on Intune Company Portal website
  • Newly available protected apps for Intune – RingCentral for Intune by RingCentral, Inc and MangoApps, Work from Anywhere by MangoSpring, Inc.
  • Access policies for Multiple Administrator Approval in public preview
  • Intune now requires iOS/iPadOS 14 and higher
  • Intune now requires macOS 11.6 and higher
  • Remote help version: 4.0.1.13 release

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2208 | August 2022 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2208 released in the month of August 2022. For more details on What’s new in Intune Service Release 2208 for August month updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • Android strong biometric change detection
  • Noncompliance details available for Android (AOSP) in Microsoft Intune app
  • Newly available protected apps for Intune
  • Configure zero-touch enrollment from Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center
  • Custom settings for Windows 10/11 device compliance is now generally available
  • View contents of macOS shell scripts and custom attributes
  • Reset passcode remote action available for Android (AOSP) Corporate devices
  • Certificate profiles support for Android (ASOP) devices
  • Import, create, and manage custom ADMX and ADML administrative templates
  • Add an HTTP proxy to Wi-Fi device configuration profiles on Android Enterprise
  • iOS/iPadOS settings catalog supports declarative device management (DDM)
  • New macOS settings available in the Settings Catalog
  • New noncompliant devices and settings report
  • Disable use of UDP connections on your Microsoft Tunnel Gateway servers
  • Company Portal for Windows bulk app install

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2207 | July 2022 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2207, released in the month of July 2022. For more details on what’s new in Intune Service Release 2207 for July month updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • Initiate compliance checks for your AOSP devices from the Microsoft Intune app
  • Monitor bootstrap escrow status on a Mac
  • Enable Common Criteria mode for Android Enterprise devices
  • New hardware detail available for individual devices running on iOS/iPadOS and macOS
  • Remote help Version: 4.0.1.12 release
  • Intune supports sign-in from another device during iOS/iPadOS Setup Assistant with modern authentication
  • Detect and manage hardware changes on Windows Autopilot devices
  • New macOS Microsoft AutoUpdate (MAU) settings in the Settings Catalog
  • New iOS/iPadOS settings in the Settings Catalog
  • New search feature in Preview devices when creating a filter
  • Added New event viewers to assist in debugging WMI issues
  • Endpoint analytics scores per device model
  • Use Collect diagnostics to collect details about Windows expedited updates

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2206 | June 2022 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2206, released in the month of June 2022. For more details on what’s new in Intune Service Release 2206 for June month updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • Enterprise feedback policies for Web Company Portal
  • App Protection Policies with Android Enterprise dedicated devices and Android (AOSP) devices
  • Users assigned the Endpoint Security Manager admin role can modify Mobile Threat Defense connector settings
  • Improved certificate profile support for Android Enterprise Fully Managed devices
  • Certificate profiles support for Android (ASOP) devices
  • New settings for DFCI profiles on Windows 10/11 devices
  • Add custom support information to Android Enterprise devices
  • Create and deploy Wi-Fi profiles to Android AOSP devices
  • Settings catalog is generally available (GA) for Windows and macOS devices
  • Migrate feature in Group policy analytics supports sovereign clouds
  • iOS/iPadOS platform is in Settings Catalog
  • Use TEAP authentication in wired networks device configuration profiles for Windows devices
  • Unlock the work profile on Android Enterprise corporate owned work profile (COPE) devices after a set time using password, PIN, or pattern
  • New macOS settings in Settings Catalog
  • New Microsoft Office and Microsoft Outlook preference settings in the macOS Settings Catalog
  • Remotely restart and shut down macOS device
  • Additional Remote actions for Android (AOSP) Corporate devices
  • User configuration support for Windows 11 multi-session VMs is in public preview
  • View a managed device’s group membership
  • Improved certificate reporting details
  • Utilize bootstrap tokens on macOS devices
  • Newly available protected apps for Intune
  • Microsoft Tunnel support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6
  • Photo library data transfer support via app protection policies
  • UI improvements show Android enrollment is available, not required
  • Windows Update compatibility reports for Apps and Drivers (public preview)

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2205 | May 2022 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2205 released in the month of May 2022. For more details on 2205 Intune Updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • iOS Company Portal minimum required version 5.2205
  • Push notifications are automatically sent when device ownership changes from Personal to Corporate
  • iOS/iPadOS notifications require March Company Portal or newer
  • Deployment of macOS LOB apps by uploading PKG-type installer files is now generally available
  • Improved report experience on the Managed Apps pane
  • MSfB licenses and Apple VPP licenses
  • Reporting for unlicensed users
  • New Device Control profile for Intune’s endpoint security Attack Surface Reduction policy
  • Unlock Android Enterprise devices after a set time using password, PIN, or pattern
  • Use the Settings Catalog to create a Universal Print policy on Windows 11 devices
  • New macOS settings in the Settings Catalog
  • Newly available protected apps for Intune
  • Software updates page for tenant attached devices
  • Microsoft Defender for Endpoint support for App Sync on iOS/iPadOS
  • Support for Retire on Android Enterprise corporate-owned work-profiles devices
  • Improvements for enrollment profiles for Apple Automated Device Enrollment
  • Enroll to co-management from Windows Autopilot
  • Security Management with Defender for Endpoint is generally available
  • Elevation enhancements to Remote help
  • Update priority of Managed Google Play apps
  • Updated app configuration policies list
  • Password complexity for Android devices
  • Improvements to Win32 App Log collection
  • Windows 10 and Windows 11 Enterprise multi-session is generally available
  • Device actions available to Android (AOSP) users in Microsoft Intune app
  • Support for Audio Alert on Android corporate owned work profiles and fully managed (COBO and COPE) devices
  • New enrollment profile settings for Apple Automated Device Enrollment (public preview)
  • Microsoft Defender for Endpoint as the Tunnel client app for iOS is now Generally Available
  • Endpoint security profiles support filters
  • Create a Settings Catalog policy using your imported GPOs with Group Policy analytics (public preview)
  • New wired networks device configuration profile for Windows devices
  • “ADMX_” Policy CSP settings in Administrative Templates and Settings Catalog apply to Windows Professional editions
  • New macOS settings in Setting Catalog

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2204 | April 2022 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2204 released in the month of April 2022. For more details on 2204 Intune Updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • Updating the device diagnostics folder structure
  • Uninstall DMG-type applications on managed macOS devices (Public preview)
  • New profile templates and settings structure for endpoint security policies
  • Microsoft Endpoint Manager premium add-ons

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2203 | March 2022 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2203 released in the month of March 2022. For more details on 2203 Intune Release, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • Newly available protected app for Intune
  • iOS/iPadOS notifications will require March Company Portal update
  • Feedback settings for Company Portal and Microsoft Intune apps
  • Deploy macOS LOB apps by uploading PKG-type installer files (Public preview)
  • See the IPv4 address and Wi-Fi subnet ID on Android Enterprise devices
  • Android (AOSP) users can view all devices in Intune app
  • Update eSim cellular data plan in bulk for iOS/iPadOS (public preview)
  • Preserve cellular data plan when bulk wiping iOS/iPadOS devices
  • Freeze the install of system updates for Android Enterprise corporate-owned devices
  • Tenant attach: Antivirus profile
  • AppxPackaging event viewer is part of collect diagnostics
  • Utilize bootstrap tokens on enrolled macOS devices (public preview)
  • Enroll macOS virtual machines running Apple Silicon
  • New reporting experience for device configuration profiles
  • Google Chrome settings are in Settings Catalog and Administrative Templates
  • New macOS settings in the Settings Catalog
  • Android (AOSP) will support scope tags and RBAC settings
  • Apps UI when using Android 12L OS
  • Display Android Enterprise device serial number using Managed Home Screen app

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2202 | February 2022 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2202 released in the month of February 2022. For more details on 2202 Intune Updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • Mobile Threat Defense partner Zimperium is now available in GCC High tenants
  • Manage the app inventory data for iOS/iPadOS devices that Intune sends to third-party MTD partners
  • Support for Audio Alert on Android Dedicated (COSU) devices
  • UI updates when creating an on-demand VPN device configuration policy on iOS/iPadOS devices
  • On Android Enterprise, use the Connect Automatically setting on enterprise Wi-Fi profiles
  • Deprecated status in Group Policy Analytics migration readiness report automatically reevaluates your GPOs
  • Create terms of use for Android (AOSP) user-associated devices
  • Enforce Azure AD terms of use with Microsoft Intune or Microsoft Intune Enrollment cloud apps
  • New macOS settings in the Settings Catalog
  • Remote help is moving in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center
  • Microsoft Tunnel support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.5
  • Advanced logging setting in Company Portal app

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2201 | January 2022 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2201 released in the month of January 2022. For more details on 2201 Intune Release, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • Public preview of Tunnel client functionality in Microsoft Defender for Endpoint app for iOS/iPadOS
  • Intune Data Warehouse updates
  • Deploy DMG-type applications to managed macOS devices
  • Choose either user or device scope when creating Windows VPN profiles
  • Filters are Generally Available (GA)
  • Automatic device clean-up rules support for Android Enterprise devices
  • Use Collect diagnostics to collect additional details from Windows 365 devices through Intune remote actions
  • Tenant attach features are Generally Available (GA)
  • New Account protection policy to configure users in local groups on devices in public preview
  • Preview filtered device list before deployment
  • Launch Remote help from within the admin center
  • Endpoint analytics filtering
  • Use filters to assign Endpoint analytics proactive remediations scripts in admin center – public previewNew option to see the number of profiles with an error or conflict in device configuration profiles
  • New Timeout and Block iCloud Private Relay settings for iOS/iPadOS and macOS devices
  • New device restrictions settings for Android Enterprise corporate-owned devices with a work profile
  • Settings Catalog is supported on U.S. Government GCC High and DoD
  • Enter the certificate common name in Wi-Fi profiles for Android Enterprise fully managed, dedicated, and corporate-owned work profile devices
  • New Administrative Templates settings for Microsoft Edge
  • Newly available protected apps for Intune
  • BlackBerry – New mobile threat defense partner

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2112 | December 2021 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2112 released in the month of December 2021. For more details on 2112 Intune Updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • Apply device type filters to Windows and Apple enrollment restriction policies (preview)
  • Use filters on Windows Enrollment Status Page profile assignments
  • Additional Session PIN restrictions available for the Microsoft Managed Home Screen app
  • New event viewer for Windows 10 diagnostics
  • Device compliance status in Company Portal website

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2111 | November 2021 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2111 released in the month of November 2021. For more details on 2111 Intune Updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • Remote help app is available as a public preview
  • Enable app update priority for Managed Google Play apps
  • Clear app data between sessions for Android Enterprise dedicated devices enrolled with shared device mode (public preview)
  • Export underlying discovered apps list data
  • Filter improvements when displaying platform-specific app lists
  • Newly available protected apps for Intune
  • New RBAC permission for Win32 app Supersedence and dependency relationships
  • Non-applicable status entries are no longer shown in the Device Install Status report
  • New ADMX settings for Edge 95 and Edge updater
  • New privacy consent screen during Company Portal installation
  • Endpoint analytics per device scoring
  • Safeguard holds are now visible in the Feature update failures report
  • Improvements for managing Windows Updates for pre-release builds
  • Use Update Rings for Windows 10 and later to upgrade to Windows 11
  • Disable Activation Lock remote device action for iOS/iPadOS has been removed from UI
  • Use custom settings for Device Compliance for Windows 10/11 devices (public preview)
  • New scheduling options for Feature updates for Windows 10 and later
  • New details for Windows devices available in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center
  • Settings for Shared iPad now generally available
  • Duplicate a settings catalog profile
  • Work from anywhere report
  • View BitLocker recovery keys for tenant attached devices
  • BitLocker Settings added to settings catalog
  • MDM support data to refresh automatically in Group Policy analytics tool
  • Update Android Company Portal and Intune apps for custom notifications
  • Locations deprecated for Android device administrator
  • Security Management with Defender for Endpoint (public preview)

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2110 | October 2021 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2110 released in the month of October 2021. For more details on 2110 Intune Updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • MFA changes to Windows Autopilot enrollment flow
  • User Assignment
  • One-time self-deployment and pre-provisioning
  • Introducing Microsoft Surface Management Portal in Microsoft Endpoint Manager
  • Manage iOS/iPadOS Universal Links using App Protection Policies
  • Newly available protected apps for Intune
  • Connected app support for Android personally owned and corporate-owned work profiles
  • Block or allow personal apps for Android Enterprise corporate-owned work profile devices
  • New settings when configuring Kerberos single sign-on extension on iOS/iPadOS and macOS
  • Four new shared iPad enrollment settings in public preview
  • Manage Windows 10 security updates for Windows 10 Enterprise multi-session VMs
  • Android (AOSP) management for corporate devices (public preview)
  • Improved flow when saving logs in Android Company Portal app
  • Newly available protected apps for Intune
  • Removal of Wi-Fi MAC address on specific Android Enterprise devices
  • Use Feature Updates to upgrade devices to Windows 11
  • Windows 11 hardware readiness insights

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2109 | September 2021 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2109 released in the month of September 2021. For more details on 2109 Intune Updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • New app categories available to better target app protection policies
  • New iOS device restriction settings for built-in apps, doc viewing
  • Settings catalog policies for policy sets
  • New macOS device restriction setting blocks users from erasing all content and settings on device
  • New software update restriction settings for macOS
  • Configure Managed Home Screen sign-in settings for Android Enterprise dedicated devices
  • New device restriction setting for Android Enterprise: Developer settings
  • New device restrictions setting prevents sharing work profile contacts with paired Bluetooth devices
  • Intune now supports iOS/iPadOS 13 and higher
  • Intune now supports macOS 10.15 and later
  • New Android device filtering options
  • Use Feature Updates to upgrade devices to Windows 11
  • Use the Collect diagnostics remote action as a bulk device action for Windows devices
  • Support for Locate device remote action on Android Enterprise dedicated devices
  • Android Enterprise dedicated devices support the Rename remote action
  • New Azure AD device ID and Intune device ID search parameters added
  • Tenant attach: Device status for endpoint security policies
  • Attack surface reduction profiles for Configuration Manager tenant attach
  • Expanded support for Windows Defender Security Center for tenant attach devices
  • Notifications from the iOS/iPadOS Company Portal app
  • Organizational report focused on device configuration
  • Updated support experience in Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center
  • Safeguard holds are now visible in the Feature update failures report
  • Update to the Assignment failures operational report
  • Syncing the iOS/iPadOS/macOS Company Portal version

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2108 | August 2021 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2108 released in the month of August 2021. For more details on 2108 Intune Updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • Device filter evaluation reports now include filter results for assigned apps
  • Additional Android SafetyNet evaluation type support for conditional launch policies
  • Update to Outlook S/MIME settings for iOS and Android devices
  • Scope tags for Managed Google Play apps
  • Content of macOS LOB apps will be displayed in Intune
  • Use filters on DFCI configuration profiles on Windows 10/11 devices
  • New Deployment Channel setting for custom device configuration profiles on macOS devices
  • Use Wi-Fi networks set up using configuration profiles setting for iOS/iPadOS 14.5 devices and newer
  • New macOS device configuration profile settings, and change to iOS/iPadOS setting name
  • More iOS/iPadOS home screen layout grid size options
  • Add certificate server names to enterprise Wi-Fi profiles on Android Enterprise personally owned devices with a work profile
  • Modern authentication method with Apple Setup Assistant is out of preview for automated device enrollment
  • Endpoint analytics per device scoring
  • Changes to settings in the settings catalog for Microsoft Defender for Endpoint on macOS
  • Confirm Tunnel Gateway servers can access your internal network from within the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center
  • Compliance setting for SafetyNet hardware-backed key attestation for Android Enterprise personally owned work profile
  • Newly available protected app for Intune
  • Export GPO XML file size increased to 4 MB when using group policy analytics (preview) on Windows client devices
  • Device configuration reporting has been updated
  • New details for the Intune antivirus reports
  • Customize health status thresholds for Microsoft Tunnel Gateway servers
  • View health status trends for Microsoft Tunnel Gateway servers
  • Intune Company Portal for macOS devices is now a universal app
  • New version of the Certificate Connector for Microsoft Intune
  • Adding Windows Hello for Business to Windows 10 Diagnostics
  • Windows 365 now generally available

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2107 | July 2021 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2107 released in the month of July 2021. For more details on 2107 Intune Updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • Improved policy support for iPadOS devices enrolled as Shared iPads for Business (public preview)
  • Certificate Connector for Microsoft Intune combines separate certificate connectors
  • Windows Autopilot diagnostics page (public preview)
  • Use filters to assign Windows client update rings in Endpoint Manager admin center – public preview
  • Collect diagnostics remote action moved to general availability
  • Autopilot support for Microsoft HoloLens is now generally available
  • Improvements to SSO app extension screen for Company Portal for macOS
  • Newly available protected apps for Intune
  • Settings catalog support for Microsoft Defender for Endpoint on macOS

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2106 | June 2021 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2106 released in the month of June 2021. For more details on 2106 Intune Updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • Improvements for viewing managed apps status
  • Updated default license type for Apple VPP apps
  • Newly available protected apps for Intune
  • Manage cookies and cross site tracking in Safari on iOS/iPadOS devices
  • Browser access automatically enabled during corporate Android enrollment
  • Intune support for Android Enterprise corporate-owned devices with a work profile
  • Use filters on Settings Catalog configuration profiles, and Risk Score and Threat Level compliance policy settings
  • Use the EnrollmentProfileName property when creating a filter for Android Enterprise
  • Export option for Proactive remediations
  • Microsoft Defender for Endpoint for Microsoft Tunnel on Android is out of preview
  • Tenant attach: Offboarding
  • Android Company Portal app and Intune app now include Portugal Portuguese support

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2105 | May 2021 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2105 released in the month of May 2021. For more details on 2105 Intune Updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • New Microsoft Tunnel Gateway version
  • New tiles provided app install failure count
  • Per setting status report in Settings Catalog
  • New settings for iOS/iPadOS 14.5 devices and newer
  • Support has ended for Restart remote action on Android Enterprise corporate-owned devices with a work profile
  • Windows 10/11 Enterprise multi-session support (public preview)
  • Conditional access on Jamf-managed macOS devices for Government Cloud now available
  • New operational report providing app install status
  • New operational report providing app install status based on device
  • New operational report providing app install status based on user
  • Export Intune reports using Graph API v1.0 or beta
  • Improved Conditional Access messaging for Android and iOS/iPadOS users
  • Windows Security experience profiles support tri-state settings
  • Use filters to assign policies in Endpoint Manager admin center
  • Use Intune policy to expedite installation of Windows 10/11 security updates

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2104 | April 2021 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2104 released in the month of April 2021. For more details on 2104 Intune Updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • Updated privacy screen in Company Portal for iOS
  • Installation status for device-assigned required apps
  • Win32 app version displayed in console
  • Maximum OS version setting for app conditional launch on iOS devices
  • Updated OEMConfig policy reporting for Android Enterprise devices
  • Disable NFC pairing on iOS/iPadOS devices running 14.2 and newer
  • Locate device remote action for Windows client devices
  • Microsoft Endpoint Manager ending support for Android 5.x
  • EID property support for iOS/iPadOS devices
  • Intune support for provisioning Azure Active Directory shared devices
  • View end of support details for your feature update profiles
  • Use Antivirus profiles to prevent or allow merger of Antivirus exclusion lists on devices
  • Improved flow for conditional access on Surface Duo devices
  • Configure options that apply to Tunnel Gateway server upgrades
  • New UI to filter data for new operational reports
  • Windows restart frequency report in Endpoint analytics is generally available
  • New modern authentication method with Apple Setup Assistant (public preview)

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2103 | March 2021 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2103 released in the month of March 2021. For more details on 2103 Intune Updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • Intune Management agent for macOS devices is now a universal app
  • Microsoft 365 Apps for macOS devices are now universal apps
  • Additional configuration keys for the Microsoft Launcher app
  • Windows 10/11 in cloud configuration is available as a Guided Scenario
  • Increasing recommended maximum number of iOS/iPadOS and macOS devices per enrollment token
  • End of support for Internet Explorer 11
  • Health status details for Microsoft Tunnel Gateway servers
  • Microsoft Launcher configuration keys
  • Microsoft Edge for macOS devices will be a universal app
  • Newly available protected apps for Intune
  • Export localized Intune report data using Graph APIs

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2102 | February 2021 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2102 released in the month of February 2021. For more details on 2102 Intune Updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • New version of the PFX Certificate Connector
  • Support for Win32 app Supersedence in Intune
  • Sync status of enrollment program tokens
  • Collect diagnostics remote action
  • Use app protection policies for Defender for Endpoint on Android and iOS
  • Company Portal website improved load performance
  • Endpoint analytics Application Reliability report
  • Endpoint analytics in Microsoft Productivity Score
  • Role-based access permissions update for Microsoft Tunnel Gateway
  • Scope tag support for customization policies for Intune for Government and 21Vianet

Microsoft Intune Service Release 2101 | January 2021 Updates

The following new features and improvements were added to Intune Service Release 2101 released in the month of February 2021. For more details on 2101 Intune Updates, read What’s new in Microsoft Intune.

  • Application icon update for iOS, macOS, and web Company Portal
  • Update when exporting Intune reports using the Graph API
  • Microsoft Tunnel now supports Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8
  • Deleting Win32 apps in a dependency relationship
  • Scope tag support for customization policies
  • Browser access enabled automatically during Android work profile enrollment
  • Win32 app download progress bar
  • Update to Company Portal for Android app icon

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