|Applies to: Intune in the Azure portal preview|
|Because this is a preview, details and functionality are subject to change.
Looking for documentation about the classic Intune console? Go to Intune docs for the classic portal.
The Devices workload gives you insights into the devices you manage, and lets you perform remote tasks on those devices. To access the workload:
- Sign into the Azure portal.
- Choose More Services > Monitoring + Management > Intune.
- On the Intune blade, choose Devices.
Now, choose one of the following:
- Overview Get information about devices you've enrolled, and the operating systems each device runs.
Manage - Choose All Devices to see a list of all the devices you manage. Select one of those devices in the list to open the <device name> Overview blade where you can select one of:
Overview - See general information about the device including information about it's name, the owner, whether it is a BYOD device, when it last checked-in, and more.
Hardware - See more detailed information about the device including it's free storage space, model and manufacturer, and more.
- Detected Applications - Displays a list of all apps that Intune found installed on the device.
- Monitor Choose Device Actions to see a list of device actions that have been performed on devices you manage and the current state of those actions.
- Help and Support - Displays links to troubleshooting and support documentation.
Available device actions
Additionally, you can perform the following remote actions on the device (not all actions are supported by all device platforms):
Remove company data
Removes only company data managed by Intune. Does not remove personal data from the device. The device will no longer be managed by Intune, and will no longer be able to access corporate resources (not supported for Windows devices that are joined to Azure Active Directory).
Returns the device to its default settings. The device will no longer be managed by Intune and both company and personal data are removed. You cannot undo this action.
Locks the device. The device owner must use their passcode to unlock it. You can only remotely lock a device that has a PIN or password set.
Generates a new passcode for the device which will be displayed on the <device name> Overview blade.
Bypass Activation Lock
This will remove the activation lock from an iOS device without the user’s Apple ID and password. Once you bypass the activation lock, the device turns on activation lock again when the Find My iPhone app launches. Only bypass the activation lock if you have physical access to the device.
Removes any apps that were installed on a Windows 10 PC running the Creators Update, then automatically updates the PC to the latest version of Windows. This can be used to help remove pre-installed (OEM) apps that are often delivered with a new PC. You can configure if user data is retained when this device action is issued. In this case, apps and settings are removed, but the contents of the users Home folder are retained.
If an iOS device has been lost or stolen, you can enable lost mode. This lets you specify a message and a phone number that will be displayed on the lock screen of the device. To do this:
- On the properties blade for an iOS device, choose More > Lost mode.
- On the Lost mode blade, enable lost mode, enter the message that will be displayed, and optionally, a contact phone number.
- Click OK. When you enable lost mode, you block all use of the device. The end user cannot access the device until you disable lost mode. While lost mode is enabled, you can use the Locate device action to find out where the device is. To use lost mode, the device must be a corporate-owned iOS device, enrolled through DEP, that is in supervised mode.
Use this remote action to display the location of a lost or stolen iOS device on a map. The device must be a corporate-owned iOS device, enrolled through DEP, that is in supervised mode. Before you use this action, the device must have been placed into lost mode.
- On the properties blade for an iOS device, choose More > Locate device.
- After the device has been located, it's location is displayed on the Locate device blade.
For privacy purposes, the distance you can zoom into the map is limited.
Causes the device to restart. The device owner is not automatically notified of the restart, therefore might lose work.
Security and privacy information for the lost mode and locate device actions
- No device location information is sent to Intune until you turn this action on.
- When you use the locate device action, the latitude and longitude coordinates of the device are sent to Intune, and displayed in the Azure portal.
- The data is stored for 24 hours, then removed. You cannot manually remove the location data.
- Location data is encrypted, both while stored, and while being transmitted.
- When you configure lost mode, we recommend that the message you enter that is displayed on the lock screen includes information that the device location can be determined.