Enrolling Microsoft Teams phones and Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android in Microsoft Intune (2024)

By Jacob Scott | Support Escalation Engineer - Microsoft Intune

This is the second post of our two-part series that walks you through setting up and enrolling your Microsoft Teams phones and Teams Rooms on Android in Microsoft Intune.

In this support tip, we wanted to provide a comprehensive guide on the capabilities available for Teams phones and Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android, and how to deploy these devices with Intune to aid in troubleshooting your environment.

Note: All references of "these devices" refer to both Teams phones and Teams Rooms on Android unless otherwise indicated.

What features are supported?

Below is a breakdown of feature areas that can be applied to these devices with a quick recap of how it works and known limitations.


  • When you sign-in to these devices, and the user is licensed for Intune, the device will attempt Intune enrollment.
  • Conversely, when you sign-out of these devices, that triggers the device to un-enroll (retire) from Intune.
  • These devices are enrolled to Intune using only.
    • These devices do not have Google Mobile Services (GMS).
    • Android device administrator enrollments are considered personal by default.
    • Corporate identifiers can be added to indicate devices as corporate during enrollment if the device is Android 9 or lower.
  • Enrollment restrictions will apply to the user account that is attempting sign-in.

Conditional Access

  • Not all Conditional Access settings are supported, this document lists what is supported today.
  • Conditional Access will apply to the sign-in (if configured).
  • When new Conditional Access policies are turned on, they will take effect on the device the next time it authenticates with Azure.

Device Configuration

  • The Teams Admin Center provides the ability to set a few device configurations.
    • Teams Admin Center configurations will override Intune policy.

Intune device configuration profile information

  • Device restrictions
    • The only supported setting for these devices is 'block camera' assuming the device has an Android version below Android 10.
    • All other settings are unsupported (including all password settings).
  • Custom settings
    • These are supported for delivery of the profile to the device only. Microsoft will not provide support if the contents of the profile do not cause the device to respond in the way that is intended.
  • Trusted certificate
    • Note: If a trusted certificate profile is assigned, the user may get a prompt from the Company Portal app to install security credentials each time the device checks in to the Intune service. If the user accepts the prompt, the profile may show successful in Intune reports.
    • Unsupported due to OS restrictions.
  • PKCS certificate
    • Note: If a PKCS certificate profile is assigned, the user may get a prompt from the Company Portal app to install security credentials each time the device checks in to the Intune service. If the user accepts the prompt, a new certificate may be issued to the device. This type of profile will generally always show error status but may show success.
    • Unsupported due to OS restrictions and lack of trusted certificate support.
  • PKCS imported certificate
    • Unsupported. PKCS imported certificates are intended for use with S/MIME encryption, but these devices do not have access to email.
  • SCEP certificate
    • Note: If a SCEP certificate profile is assigned, the user may get a prompt from the Company Portal app to install security credentials each time the device checks in to the Intune service. If the user accepts the prompt, a new certificate may be issued to the device. This type of profile will generally always show error status but may show success.
    • Unsupported due to OS restrictions and lack of trusted certificate support.
  • VPN
    • Unsupported due to inability to deploy a VPN client to the device.
  • Wi-Fi
    • Note: Deployment of enterprise Wi-Fi profiles may partially function on the device, however due to the dependency on certificates, it may not function as intended.
    • Basic type Wi-Fi profiles are supported.
    • Enterprise type Wi-Fi profiles are unsupported.

Device Compliance

  • Some device compliance policies from Intune are supported while many are not.
  • These documents list the currently supported compliance policy settings.
    • Phones:Supported device compliance policies for Teams phones.
    • MTR-A: Supported device compliance policies for Meeting Teams Rooms.
  • If an unsupported setting is deployed to a device, it may never show compliant for that specific setting rendering the device 'not compliant.' This may cause the device to fail to sign-in depending on environmental restrictions (i.e., Conditional Access).

App Management

  • App deployment, configuration, and protection are unsupported on these devices.

Device Actions

  • Most device actions are supported with these devices.
    • However, these actions may not apply immediately due to the lack of GMS.
  • The action's success is reliant on the device checking in to the Intune cloud service to get the action.

Environment Setup

If your organization already uses Intune, it's very likely one or more of the below steps have already been completed.

  1. MDM Authority in Intune must be set to Microsoft Intune.
  2. Enable Android Device Administrator enrollment in Intune.
  3. Set existing enrollment restrictions to allow the Android Device Administrator platform and personally owned devices in Intune.
    1. Note: Personal devices can be blocked if the corporate identifiers are added to Intune.
    2. Corporate identifiers are only supported on Android 9 and earlier.
  4. Ensure Conditional Access policies don’t have unsupported settings.
    1. See section "Unsupported Conditional Access Filtering" below for more information.
    1. If a user attempts to sign into these devices with an unsupported Conditional Access setting, the sign-in will fail.
    2. Either he user needs to be removed from the unsupported Conditional Access policy OR the devices need to be filtered from the unsupported Conditional Access policy.
  5. Ensure Intune compliance policies don’t have unsupported settings.
    1. Note: Compliance policies are only needed if a Conditional Access policy that has "require device to be marked as compliant" is assigned.
    2. If an unsupported setting is assigned to these users/devices, the device may never become compliant, which could lead to Conditional Access blocking the device from being usable.
    3. The user/device will either need to be removed from the targeted Conditional Access policy that contains the control "require device to be marked as compliant" OR the assignment(s) will need filters to exclude these devices from the policy.
  6. Ensure user has an Intune license assigned and not disabled.
    1. This is easily checked using the Intune Troubleshooter.

Unsupported Conditional Access Filtering

  • Conditional Access rules can use a couple options to exclude these devices from evaluation on unsupported policies
  • Option A)
    • Why this part is needed: Some of the properties that are evaluated in Conditional Access filters are populated at a different rate than others. Device information is propagated back to Azure AD from Intune after Intune enrollment completes and this can take time. The sign-in attempt will likely timeout/fail before the information fully propagates back to Azure AD for usage in the Conditional Access filter.
    • How to resolve: Add a filter to the unsupported Conditional Access policies with property "deviceName" inclusive operator "MakeModel" where MakeModel is the actual make and model of the device.
      • Example: "deviceName" equals "PolyCCX500"
      • Any of the inclusive operators (in, contains, startswith, endswith, equals) are valid options but each have their own drawbacks in how ‘open’ or ‘exact’ they are.
      • Weigh the options carefully with respect to possible extra white spaces appearing in fields (extremely rare, but has happened), introduction of new models into the environment, security, etc.
    • Why this works: When these devices first register with Azure, the display name is “MakeModel". Once the device completes Intune enrollment, Intune updates the Azure AD device's display name to the Intune device’s management name.
    • Note: Android Intune enrollment types do not use the hostname of the device as the device name, but other platforms may. Because of this, it would be recommended to also scope the policy down to apply to Android devices only and make a second policy for the non-Android platforms that do not include this filter.
    • Why this part is needed: Once the device's name gets updated to the Intune management name, the filter in part A will no longer apply, which could lead to devices getting blocked during their next check-in.
    • How to resolve: Add a filter to the unsupported Conditional Access policies for a property that doesn't change once the device is fully enrolled such as "model" inclusive operator "Model" where "Model" is the actual model of the device.
      • Example: "model" equals "ccx500"
      • Any of the inclusive operators (in, contains, startswith, endswith, equals) are valid options but each have their own drawbacks in how ‘open’ or ‘exact’ they are.
      • Weigh the options carefully with respect to possible extra white spaces appearing in fields (extremely rare, but has happened), introduction of new models into the environment, security, etc.
    • Why this works: Once all the model information has been written back to Azure AD, these properties should function as expected.

      Enrolling Microsoft Teams phones and Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android in Microsoft Intune (1)Option A: Conditional Access Filter Example.

  • Option B)
    • Add named locations as an exclusion to the policy.
      • Both “All trusted locations” and “Selected locations” are valid options.
    • Note: Remember this would exclude any device within scope of the policy that is also at the same named location so make sure to evaluate this scenario meets your goals.

      Enrolling Microsoft Teams phones and Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android in Microsoft Intune (2)Option B: Conditional Access Named Locations.

Enrollment flow deep-dive

Now that your environment is set up in a healthy manner, let’s walk through the on-device experience.

Initial screen:

Enrolling Microsoft Teams phones and Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android in Microsoft Intune (3)Initial Device Sign-In Screen.

  1. Tap the gear icon to access the settings menu. In the settings menu, you can:
    1. Change the cloud to authenticate to (eg. Public, GCC, GCC-High, GCC DoD)*.
      1. Note: The URL that is used for “sign in from another device” may change based on the cloud selected. Make sure to choose the appropriate cloud for sign-in.
      2. *Teams phones are supported in all clouds listed in the UI.
      3. *Teams Rooms on Android are not supported in GCC-High / GCC-DoD clouds as of this writing. Check Teams Rooms on Windows and Android feature comparison for the latest status on supportability.
    2. Provision the device.
    3. Report an issue.
    4. Change device settings.
  2. You can sign-in from another device by following the listed steps.
    1. The other device does NOT need to be enrolled into Intune nor joined/registered with Azure nor have the user signed-in to the browser.
  3. You can sign-in directly on the device using your credentials.
    1. The first screen is a Teams screen to enter the UPN.
    2. That UPN is passed to the Company Portal where you enter your password.

Post-Credentials sign-in flow:

  1. Once the password has been confirmed (from either sign-in on another device, or sign-in locally), Conditional Access targeting “All Cloud Apps” and/or “Microsoft Intune” with MFA requirement is evaluated.
  2. Registration to Azure AD is attempted.

    Enrolling Microsoft Teams phones and Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android in Microsoft Intune (4)Registering your Device to Azure AD Screen.

    1. MFA targeting “Microsoft Intune Enrollment” is evaluated.
    2. Device record in Azure AD with the name format “MakeModel” of the device is created if successful.
  3. Enrollment into Intune is attempted.

    Enrolling Microsoft Teams phones and Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android in Microsoft Intune (5)Enrolling Device into Intune Screen.

    1. Tenant wide activation of Android Device Administrator is evaluated.
      1. Is the Android Device Administrator platform enabled tenant-wide?
        1. Yes > Continue to 3b.
        2. No > Enrollment / sign-in fails.
    2. Intune enrollment restrictions are evaluated.
      1. Is the Android Device Administrator platform enabled in the enrollment restriction?
        1. a) Yes > Continue to 3bii.
        2. b) No > Enrollment / sign-in fails.
      2. Corporate identifiers are checked to determine if the device is corporate.
        1. Identifier found in Intune> corporate enrollment attempted.
        2. Identifier not found in Intune > personal enrollment restrictions evaluated (3biii).
      3. Is personal enrollment allowed?
        1. a) Yes > Personal enrollment attempted.
        2. b) No > Enrollment / sign-in fails.
    3. If enrollment is successful, device record in Intune with the name format “UserFirstName_Android_EnrollmentTimeStamp” is created.
    4. That device name is sent to Azure AD to overwrite the initial “MakeModel” device name.
  4. Intune enrollment is completed, policy targeting calculation/delivery & compliance evaluation starts.

    Enrolling Microsoft Teams phones and Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android in Microsoft Intune (6)Finishing up Intune Enrollment and Initial Policy Application.

    1. Device compliance state will initially report based on the “mark devices with no compliance policy assigned as” compliance policy setting / tenant configuration.
    2. Policy delivery is generally ‘quick’ but not instantaneous.
      1. Static assignment groups are evaluated significantly quicker than dynamic groups.
      2. Dynamic groups may take up to 24 hours to recognize the device. Sign-in might time out and fail before the device gets into the appropriate dynamic group.
      3. Due to this, user targeted policy assignment is recommended.
  5. Sign-in to Teams is attempted (via Company Portal passing an SSO token).

    Enrolling Microsoft Teams phones and Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android in Microsoft Intune (7)Teams "Verifying a few things..." Screen.

    1. All supported Conditional Access policies targeting “Office 365”, “Microsoft Teams”, “Office 365 SharePoint Online ”, and/or “Office 365 Exchange Online” are evaluated.
      1. It’s possible the device is not “compliant” yet, if that is the case, the user may get stuck on the above “Verifying a few things” screen for a while or get the below screen for “Get access to this resource”. The user can try tapping “Open” on the prompt after 5-10 minutes to re-evaluate the device’s compliance status again.

        Enrolling Microsoft Teams phones and Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android in Microsoft Intune (8)"Get access to this resource" Azure AD Conditional Access prompt.

  6. If you made it to this screen, congratulations, your environment is setup correctly!

    Enrolling Microsoft Teams phones and Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android in Microsoft Intune (9)Device Home Page Post Successful Sign-In.

Still having troubles?

  • Manually update your devices to the latest available software versions in the Teams Admin Center.
  • The Azure AD Conditional Access What If tool is helpful for making sure there are not unintended Conditional Access policies targeting the user.
  • If this is a new deployment and you have made environmental changes, a quick factory reset sometimes helps to clear out anything cached on the local device.
  • Check the enrollment flow section to determine where in the process the enrollment / sign-in is failing. The screenshots, device name(s), and locations you find records are incredibly helpful and can help narrow down the problematic area.
    • The Intune Troubleshooting tool can be helpful in determining if the device at least enrolled into Intune, then failed after enrollment likely pointing to a Conditional Access related issue.
  • Check the Sign-in logs in Azure Active Directory for clues (both interactive and non-interactive sign-ins).
    • The error “50199- For security reasons, user confirmation is required for this request. Please repeat the request allowing user interaction” has many causes (not an exhaustive list):
      • An unsupported Conditional Access policy being applied to the user.
      • Android Device Administrator enrollment type is not enabled in the tenant.
      • The user has an enrollment restriction blocking Android Device Administrator enrollment.
    • The error “53002- Your device is required to be compliant to access this resource.” Is typically caused by:
      • A supported compliance policy assigned, but not evaluated quick enough for Azure AD to mark the device compliant.
      • An unsupported compliance policy assigned, so the device never becomes compliant.
        • See the Device Compliance section above for more information.
        • Depending on the device’s software version, you may see the error 50199 instead of 53022.
      • Check the Known issues in Teams Rooms and devices document.
      • Open a Microsoft Intune Support request.

If you have any questions, let us know in the comments or reach out to us on Twitter@IntuneSuppTeam.

Enrolling Microsoft Teams phones and Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android in Microsoft Intune (2024)


How do I remotely provision Teams rooms on Android? ›

To provision a device remotely, the admin needs to upload the MAC IDs of the devices being provisioned and create a verification code. The entire process can be completed remotely from the Teams admin center. Once you've signed in to a Teams Android device, this feature isn't available.

How do I add a team phone to Intune? ›

MS Teams General Admin - Enroll Teams Phones to Intune
  1. Go to Devices>Enroll Devices>Corporate device Identifiers.
  2. Click Add>Enter manually.
  3. Click the drop down and select Serial number.
  4. Locate the Serial number on the back of the Teams phone and enter it as shown in the example below.
Mar 31, 2023

What are the best practices when using Intune with Teams Android devices? ›

Microsoft recommends the following settings when deploying Teams devices in your organization.
  • Use a Resource account and curtail its password expiration. ...
  • Review these Conditional Access policies. ...
  • Don't use Multi-factor authentication for shared devices. ...
  • You can use location-based access with named locations.
Feb 20, 2023

Can Intune manage Windows Android and iOS devices? ›

Microsoft Intune supports Android, Android Open Source Project (AOSP), iOS/iPadOS, macOS, and Windows client devices. With Intune, you can use these devices to securely access organization resources with policies you create. For more information, go to: Manage identities using Microsoft Intune.

How to support Microsoft Teams panels must be paired with Teams Rooms on Android? ›

Pair a Teams panel with Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android

To pair a Teams panel and Teams Rooms on Android, both devices must be signed into the same resource account. On the Teams panel, sign in using your admin credentials. Go to Settings > Device settings > Teams admin settings > Device pairing.

How do I allow phone permissions on my Android team? ›

Manage permissions
  1. Open Teams.
  2. Go to Settings > App permissions.
  3. Select the app for which you need to choose the settings.
  4. Select your desired settings.
Mar 20, 2023

How do I automatically add devices to Intune? ›

Sign in to the Azure portal, and select Azure Active Directory > Mobility (MDM and MAM) > Microsoft Intune. Configure MDM User scope. Specify which users' devices should be managed by Microsoft Intune. These Windows 10 devices can automatically enroll for management with Microsoft Intune.

How do I manually add a device to Intune? ›

Add devices
  1. In the Microsoft Intune admin center, select Devices > Windows > Windows enrollment > Devices (under Windows Autopilot Deployment Program) > Import.
  2. Under Add Windows Autopilot devices, browse to the CSV file that lists the devices that you want to add.
Mar 28, 2023

What is Teams Rooms on Android? ›

Microsoft Teams Rooms on Android (previously called collaboration bars), brings HD video, audio, and content sharing to Microsoft Teams calls and meetings wherever you host them, from small huddle spaces to medium-sized conference rooms.

What are the disadvantages of using Microsoft Intune? ›

  • Intune CONS :
  • * Narrow focus on mobile devices; not a full systems-management platform.
  • * Doesn't support server-side applications.
  • * Not intended for large applications.
  • * Doesn't have the feature-set to handle complex package deployments.

Can Microsoft Intune be used to manage Android devices? ›

Intune supports the mobile device management (MDM) of Android devices to give people secure access to work email, data, and apps. This guide provides Android-specific resources to help you set up enrollment in Intune and deploy apps and policies to users and devices.

How do I manage Android devices in Intune? ›

Android Enterprise fully managed administrator tasks
  1. Be sure your devices are supported.
  2. Factory reset the devices. ...
  3. In the Intune admin center, connect your Intune organization account to your Managed Google Play account. ...
  4. In the Intune admin center, enable fully managed user devices. ...
  5. Enroll the devices in Intune.
Mar 1, 2023

Do you need an Intune license for each device? ›

A User Subscription License (USL) is required to enable the functionality of an Online Service for a user. It is assigned to the user and allows that user to use multiple devices to access the Online Service. Each user using a primary device managed by Windows Intune requires a USL.

How do I know if my Android device is enrolled in Intune? ›

How to Confirm a Device Is Enrolled in Intune
  1. Click Start on your Windows device.
  2. Click on Settings.
  3. Click Accounts.
  4. Click Access work or school.
  5. Click Connected to MESA AD domain then click Info. Note: If the Info button does not appear on your device, your device has not been successfully enrolled.
Mar 2, 2021

How many devices can you have on one Intune license? ›

Intune device limit restrictions

You can allow a user to enroll up to 15 devices. To set a device limit restriction, sign in to Microsoft Intune admin center. Then go to Devices > Enrollment restrictions. For more information, see Create a device limit restriction.

What is the difference between Microsoft Teams and Microsoft Teams rooms? ›

Microsoft Teams is primarily used for collaboration, while Microsoft Teams Room is designed for video conferencing. Microsoft Teams can be used by individuals and teams to share files, collaborate on documents, and communicate with one another in real-time.

Why is Microsoft Teams not working on my Android? ›

Reinstall Microsoft Teams

When nothing else works, it might be time to uninstall and then install Teams back again. Install it from the Play Store and then observe if that has solved the problem. If that is also not solving the issue, then you might want to try installing Microsoft Teams on a different phone.

Which conditional access policy is supported by Teams Rooms on Android? ›

Supported Conditional Access policies
AssignmentTeams Rooms on WindowsTeams Rooms on Android and panels
Block accessSupportedSupported
Grant accessSupportedSupported
Require multi-factor authenticationNot supportedNot supported
Require device to be marked as compliantSupportedSupported
14 more rows
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What permissions does phone need on Android? ›

Below is a list of permissions and what they do when turned on for an app.
  • Body sensors: Access sensor info about your vital signs.
  • Calendar: Access your calendar.
  • Call logs: Read and write your phone call log.
  • Camera: Take pictures and record videos.
  • Contacts: Access your contacts.

How do I add permissions to my Android? ›

If you're using Android Studio, hover over the code that requires the permission and click "Add Permission .." Then you can check the changes in AndroidManifest.

How do I give administrator permission on Android? ›

Manage user access
  1. Open the Google Admin app .
  2. If necessary, switch to your administrator account: Tap Menu Down Arrow. ...
  3. Tap Menu. ...
  4. Tap Add. ...
  5. Enter the user's details.
  6. If your account has multiple domains associated with it, tap the list of domains and select the domain you want to add the user.

How do I force Intune to sync all devices? ›

Sign in to the Microsoft Intune admin center. Select Devices > All devices. In the list of devices you manage, select a device to open its Overview pane, and then select Sync. To confirm, select Yes.

What devices can be enrolled in Microsoft Intune? ›

You can enroll personal or corporate-owned Android devices in Intune. We recommend Android Enterprise enrollment solutions for personal and corporate-owned devices that use Google Mobile Services.

What happens when you enroll a device in Intune? ›

During enrollment, Intune installs an MDM certificate on the enrolling device. The MDM certificate communicates with the Intune service, and enables Intune to start enforcing your organization's policies, such as: Enrollment policies that limit the number or type of devices someone can enroll.

How long does it take for a device to enroll in Intune? ›

How long does the Intune Enrollment process take? We ask for your time and patience as the enrollment process can take up to 30 minutes.

How do I assign apps to devices in Intune? ›

Assign an app
  1. Sign in to the Microsoft Intune admin center.
  2. Select Apps > All apps.
  3. In the Apps pane, select the app you want to assign.
  4. In the Manage section of the menu, select Properties.
  5. Scroll down to Properties and select Assignments.
  6. Select Add Group to open the Add group pane that is related to the app.
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What is the difference between Teams rooms on Android and Windows? ›

The main difference between MTR-W and MTR-A is that a MTR-A does not have a Windows PC, it uses an Android operating system that is housed in a sleek collaboration bar. This also houses the camera, speakers and microphones.

What is the default account for Teams rooms app? ›

If the device isn't domain-joined, the local administrative account (username "Admin") will be used by default. The default password for this account is 'sfb'. Change this password as soon as possible. If the machine is domain-joined, you can sign in with an appropriately privileged domain account.

How do I enable Microsoft team rooms? ›

Select Settings, and:
  1. If using a personal account (for example, an account with an E5 license), choose Meetings option.
  2. If using a shared account (for example, a resource account with a Teams Rooms license), choose Device settings, locate Teams Admin settings, enter an admin password, and choose a Meetings option.
Jun 22, 2023

Which device will not delete from Intune? ›

Remove in device Settings app

Open the Settings app. Go to Accounts > Access work or school. Select the connected account that you want to remove > Disconnect. To confirm device removal, select Yes.

How invasive is Microsoft Intune? ›

The short answer is, not much. At least not directly. But there's a lot of control given to Intune administrators that could lead to more invasive snooping, or even more destructive actions.

What are the limitations of device enrollment manager Intune? ›

There's a limit of 150 DEM accounts in Microsoft Intune.

Can you track a device with Intune? ›

When you use the Locate device action for an Android Enterprise dedicated device that is off-line and unable to respond with its current location, Intune attempts to display its last known location. This capability uses data submitted by the device when it checks in with Intune.

Can Intune wipe a personal device? ›

The iOS/iPadOS, Android, and Windows 10 platforms are the only platforms currently supported for wiping corporate data from Intune managed apps.

Can Intune see what apps are installed? ›

Intune discovered apps is a list of detected apps on the Intune enrolled devices in your tenant. It acts as a software inventory for your tenant. Discovered apps is a separate report from the app installation reports. For personal devices, Intune never collects information on applications that are unmanaged.

What is the difference between Android device administrator and Android Enterprise Intune? ›

Android Enterprise vs.

Android Enterprise features enhanced app management through Managed Google Play, which was not available in Device Admin. Device Admin partially supports VPN whereas Android Enterprise offers full-blown support with its configuration abilities via Managed Configs.

How do I enroll Android device administrator in Intune? ›

Set up device administrator enrollment

Sign in to the Microsoft Intune admin center and choose > Devices > Android > Android enrollment > Personal and corporate-owned devices with device administration privileges > Use device administrator to manage devices.

How do I know if my device is connected to Intune? ›

View the device details
  1. Sign in to the Microsoft Intune admin center.
  2. Select Devices > All devices > select one of your listed devices to open its details: Overview shows the device name, and lists some key properties of the device, like whether it's a personal or corporate device, serial number, primary user, and more.
Mar 29, 2023

Is it possible to enforce Intune policies without enrolling devices? ›

You can use Intune app protection policies independent of any mobile-device management (MDM) solution. This independence helps you protect your company's data with or without enrolling devices in a device management solution.

What happens if a device is not compliant in Intune? ›

The result of this default is when Intune detects a device isn't compliant, Intune immediately marks the device as noncompliant. After a device is marked as noncompliance, Azure Active Directory (AD) Conditional Access can block the device.

How much is a standalone Intune license? ›

Microsoft Intune FAQs

The pricing for Microsoft Intune starts at $8.8 per user per month. Microsoft Intune has 2 different plans: Enterprise Mobility + Security E3 at $8.80 per user per month. Enterprise Mobility + Security E5 at $14.80 per user per month.

What happens if you install the Company Portal app and enroll your device in Intune? ›

By enrolling your device in Intune, you get secure access to work or school apps on your mobile device, and access to apps in Intune Company Portal.

How do I block Intune enrollment on Android? ›

Create a device platform restriction
  1. Sign in to the Microsoft Intune admin center.
  2. Go to Devices > Enroll devices > Enrollment device platform restrictions.
  3. Select the tab along the top of the page that corresponds with the platform you're configuring. ...
  4. Select Create restriction.
Feb 21, 2023

How often do devices check into Intune? ›

By default, Intune devices check in every 8 hours. If Last check in is more than 24 hours, there may be an issue with the device. A device that can't check in can't receive your policies from Intune.

Can you use a Microsoft license on multiple devices? ›

With Microsoft 365, you can install Office on all your devices and sign in to Office on five devices at the same time. This includes any combination of PCs, Macs, tablets, and phones.

How often do devices sync with Intune? ›

About every 8 hours

How do I allow Microsoft Teams to access remotely? ›

Or, you can also do the following steps:
  1. In the left navigation of the Microsoft Teams admin center, go to the policy you want to assign. ...
  2. Select Manage users.
  3. In the Manage users pane, search for the user by display name or by user name, select the name, and then select Add.
Feb 14, 2023

How do I give remote access to Microsoft Teams? ›

Give and take control of shared content
  1. On the sharing toolbar, select Give control.
  2. Select the name of the person you want to give control to. Teams sends a notification to that person to let them know you're sharing control. ...
  3. To take control back, select Take back control.

Can you do breakout rooms in Teams on phone? ›

Linux, web, iOS, iPadOS, Android (including Chromebook), PSTN, and VDI clients are currently enabled for breakout room attendees, which means participants joining from these clients can be moved to breakout rooms but cannot manage breakout rooms.

Can Teams be accessed mobile? ›

The Navigation pane appears displays the functionality available within the Teams mobile app. Notifications – You can set the hours you want Teams to be quiet and not send you notifications.

Why can't I give remote control on Teams? ›

Cause. This issue occurs because the device that you are using doesn't have a graphics processing unit (GPU) installed, or GPU hardware acceleration is disabled. The Give Control drop-down menu doesn't work unless hardware acceleration is supported on the system. This behavior is by design.

Do the Microsoft Teams Rooms Android devices get their Teams updates through the Microsoft Teams Admin Center? ›

Using the Microsoft Teams admin center, you can update your Teams devices, such as Teams phones, Teams panels, and Teams Rooms on Android, remotely. The following software components on your device can be updated from the Teams admin center: Teams app. Device firmware.

Can someone else manage breakout rooms in Teams? ›

The Microsoft Teams breakout rooms feature now enables co-organizers to create, manage and move between breakout rooms like meeting organizers. Co-organizers now can: Create rooms. Configure room settings, including appointing additional breakout room managers.

How do you use breakout room on mobile? ›

Tap Breakout Rooms on the top-left side of the meeting controls. This will display the list of open breakout rooms created by the host. Tap the Breakout Room you wish to participant in and then tap Join. Repeat as necessary to join other breakout rooms, or click Leave Room to return to the main session.

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