Introduction to Microsoft Intune in the Azure portal

Applies to: Intune in the Azure portal
Looking for documentation about Intune in the classic portal? Go here.

Microsoft Intune is now in the Azure portal, meaning that the workflows and functionality you are used to are now different. The new portal offers you new and updated functionality in the Azure portal where you can manage your organization's mobile devices, PCs, and apps.

You can find information about the new portal in this library, and it is continually updated. If you have suggestions you'd like to see, leave feedback in the topic comments. We'd love to hear from you.

Highlights of the new experience include:

  • An integrated console for all your Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) components
  • An HTML-based console built on web standards
  • Microsoft Graph API support to automate many actions
  • Azure Active Directory (AD) groups to provide compatibility across all your Azure applications
  • Support for most modern web browsers

Before you start

To use Intune in the Azure portal, you must have an Intune admin and tenant account. Sign up for an account if you don't already have one.

Supported web browsers for the Azure portal

The Azure portal runs on most modern PCs, Macs, and tablets. Mobile phones are not supported. Currently, the following browsers are supported:

  • Microsoft Edge (latest version)
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 11
  • Safari (latest version, Mac only)
  • Chrome (latest version)
  • Firefox (latest version)

Check the Azure portal for the latest information about supported browsers.

What's in this library?

The documentation reflects the layout of the Azure portal to make it easier to find the information you need.

Azure portal workloads

Introduction and get started

This section contains introductory information that helps you get started using Intune.

Plan and design

Information to help you plan and design your Intune environment.

Device enrollment

How to get your devices managed by Intune.

Device compliance

Define a compliance level for your devices, then report any devices that are not compliant.

Device configuration

Understand the profiles you can use to configure settings and features on devices you manage.

Devices

Get to know the devices you manage with inventory and reports.

Mobile apps

How to publish, manage, configure, and protect apps.

Conditional access

Restrict access to Exchange services depending on conditions you specify.

On-premises access

Configure access to Exchange ActiveSync, and Exchange on-premises

Users

Learn about the users of devices you manage and sort resources into groups.

Groups

Learn about how you can use Azure Active Directory groups with Intune

Intune roles

Control who can perform various Intune actions, and who those actions apply to. You can either use the built-in roles that cover some common Intune scenarios, or you can create your own roles.

Software updates

Learn about how to configure software updates for Windows 10 devices.

What's new?

Find out what's new in Intune.