Walk though a demo of enrolling a device with the Company Portal app.
- [Presenter] What I'm going to do now is show you how to enroll an iPad in Microsoft Intune. In order to do that, the first thing I'm going to have to do is install the company portal application from the iOS app store. I'll go ahead and download the company portal. And then once I launch it, I'll be prompted to sign in with my Azure Active Directory credentials.
It'll take just a moment to sign in and then it's going to connect to the Intune services. There's a wizard that takes me through and lets me know as an end user what's going to happen here so I have an idea of what I'm signing up for. It also lets you know what specifically Intune will give your organization access to on your device because this is a common concern, especially when people are enrolling their personal devices. The enrollment process triggers something under the covers in iOS, so you'll see a number of steps that'll happen on the screen, including some specific iPad settings that'll pop up.
This is just part of how this process works regardless of what MDM solution you use. I'll go ahead and install what's called the management profile, which is part of how iOS connects to the MDM system.
And now I can continue setting up my company access. You can see that I've completed enrollment and now I need to do the compliance checks, and these start popping up here. The first thing is, if you remember, we set up a passcode that every device must have. So we'll go ahead and set that up. The second thing is that because we depored Outlook as a required app, the iPad is prompting us to go ahead and install that.
We'll let that happen in the background, and now our company portal setup is complete. What'll happen in the background, the device will be scanned for compliance and as long as it meets the compliance policy that we set, that compliance status will be reported to Azure Active directory, and we can use that in conditional access policies to only allow compliant devices to connect. The device is now enrolled, and you can manage it with Intune.
- Authentication options with Azure AD
- Configuring Azure AD Connect for sync and authentication
- Securing remote access with the Azure Application Proxy
- Managing apps and devices with Intune
- Building and deploying a basic Intune policy for iOS or Android
- Protecting data beyond the firewall with Azure Information Protection (AIP)
- Configuring AIP classification labels and protection
- Integrating Exchange and SharePoint with AIP
- Managing risk with Advanced Threat Analytics
- Connecting Office 365 to cloud app security