What is Microsoft Intune device management?
As an IT admin, you must ensure that managed devices are providing the resources that your users need to do their work, while protecting that data from risk.
The Devices workload gives you insights into the devices you manage, and lets you perform remote tasks on those devices.
Get to your devices
Sign in to Intune.
Select Devices. This view shows detailed information about the individual devices, and what you can do with them, including:
Overview shows a visual snapshot of the enrolled devices, and also shows how many devices are using the different platforms, including Android, iOS, and more.
All devices shows a list of the enrolled devices you manage.
Use the Export feature to create a .csv list of all the devices, in increments of 10,000 (Internet Explorer) or 30,000 (Microsoft Edge, Chrome).
Select any device to view aditional details about that device, including hardware details, installed apps, its compliance policy status, and more.
Azure AD devices shows a list of the devices registered or joined with Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). Learn more about Azure AD device management.
Device actions includes a history of the remote actions ran on different devices, including the action, its status, who initiated the action, and the time.
Audit logs is a record of activities that generate a change in Intune. Audit logs provides more details.
TeamViewer Connector is a service that allows users of Intune-managed Android devices to get remote assistance from their IT administrator. Learn more about TeamViewer.
Help and Support provides a shortcut on troubleshooting tips, requesting support, or checking the status of Intune.
Available device actions
The actions available depend on the device platform, and the configuration of the device.
- View device inventory
- Run the remote device actions:
- In All devices, select a device to view more details about that specific device.
- Choose Device actions to see the status of actions taken on devices you manage.