Overview of Intune Policies and Configurations

Overview of Intune Policies and Configurations

This article discusses how to create and manage assignments for compliance policies, configuration profile policies, and security policies through Nerdio Manager.

Overview

App configuration policies can help you eliminate app setup problems by allowing you to assign configuration settings to a policy that is assigned to end users before they actually run the app. You can create and use app configuration policies to provide configuration settings for various platforms such as iOS, iPadOS, macOS, Windows 10 or later, and Android apps. These configuration settings allow an app to be customized by using app configuration and management. The configuration policy settings are used when the app checks for these settings, which is typically the first time the app is run.

Intune makes it easy to deploy Windows security baselines to help you secure and protect your users and devices. Security baselines are groups of preconfigured Windows settings that help you apply and enforce granular security settings that are recommended by the relevant security teams.

Conditional Access policies are a key component of Entra ID and are designed to work with the user identity. Based on the activities, roles, devices, and locations of a user, appropriate security policies are enacted to securely grant them access to the data they need.

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Related Topics

Intune: Policy Management in Azure

Intune: Policy Baselines

Intune Policy: MSP-level General Management

Intune Policy: MSP-level Advanced Management

Intune Policy: Account-level General Management

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