Use Windows Hello for Business on Windows 10 devices with Microsoft Intune
Windows Hello for Business is a method for signing in to Windows devices by replacing passwords, smart cards, and virtual smart cards. Intune includes built-in settings so Administrators can configure and use Windows Hello for Business. For example, you can use these settings to:
- Enable Windows Hello for Business for devices and users
- Set device PIN requirements, including a minimum or maximum PIN length
- Allow gestures, such as a fingerprint, that users can (or can't use) to sign in to devices
This feature applies to device running:
- Windows 10 and later
- Windows 10 Mobile
- Windows Holographic for Business
Intune uses "configuration profiles" to create and customize these settings for your organization's needs. After you add these features in a profile, push or deploy these settings to user and device groups in your organization.
This article shows you how to create a device configuration profile. For a list of all the settings, and what they do, see Windows 10 device settings to enable Windows Hello for Business.
Create the device profile
Sign in to Intune.
Select Device configuration > Profiles > Create profile.
Enter the following properties:
Name: Enter a descriptive name for the new profile.
Description: Enter a description for the profile. This setting is optional, but recommended.
Platform: Select Windows 10 and later. Windows Hello for Business is only supported on devices running Windows 10 and later.
Profile type: Select Identity protection.
Configure Windows Hello for Business: Choose how you want to configure Windows Hello for Business. Your options:
Not configured: Provisions Windows Hello for Business on the device. When assigning identity protection profiles to users only, the device context defaults to Not configured.
Disabled: If you don't want to use Windows Hello for Business, select this option. This option disables Windows Hello for Business for all users.
Enabled: Choose this option to provision, and configure Windows Hello for Business settings in Intune. Enter the settings you want to configure. For a list of all settings, and what they do, see:
When you're done, select OK > Create to save your changes.
The profile is created and appears in the profiles list. Next, assign this profile to user and device groups to meet your needs.