Data Jamf Pro sends to Intune

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When you use Jamf Pro to manage your end-users Macs with Intune, Jamf Pro captures inventory information about managed macOS devices. Jamf Pro reports the following information to Intune:

  • Device Azure AD ID
  • JAMF Inventory State (inventory state of a computer checked in with Jamf Pro within the last 24 hours)
  • OS Version
  • User Azure AD ID
  • Encrypted (FileVault 2)
  • Gatekeeper Status
  • Password: minimum number of character sets
  • Password expiration (days)
  • Password Type - simple, alphanumeric, or unknown
  • Prevent Auto Login
  • Required Passcode Length
  • Password: number of previous passwords to prevent reuse
  • System Integrity Protection
  • Last Check-In Time
  • Architecture Type
  • Available RAM Slots
  • Battery Capacity
  • Boot ROM
  • Bus Speed
  • Cache Size
  • Device Name
  • Domain Join
  • Jamf ID
  • MAC address
  • Make
  • Model
  • Model Identifier
  • NIC Speed
  • Number of Cores
  • Number of Processors
  • OS
  • Platform
  • Processor Speed
  • Processor Type
  • Secondary MAC Address
  • Serial Number
  • SMC Version
  • Total RAM
  • UDID
  • User Email

You can remove a Jamf-managed device from the Intune console by selecting Delete in the All devices view. Bulk device deletion can be enabled by selecting multiple devices and clicking Delete.

Get information on how to remove a Jamf-managed device in the Jamf Pro docs. You can also file a support ticket with Jamf support for additional help.