See device details in Intune

The Devices feature provides additional details into the devices you manage, including their hardware and the apps installed.

This article shows you how to view all your devices, and their properties in the Azure portal.

View the device details

  1. Sign in to the Microsoft Endpoint Manager Admin Center.

  2. Select Devices > All devices > select one of your listed devices to open its details:

    • Overview shows the device name, and lists some key properties of the device, like whether it's a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) device, check in time, and more. You can do the following on the device:
    • Use Properties to assign a device category you create, and change ownership of the device to a personal device, or a corporate device.
    • Hardware includes many details about the device, like the device ID, operating system and version, storage space, and more details.
    • Discovered apps lists all the apps that Intune found installed on the device, and the app versions. For more information, see Intune discovered apps.
    • Device compliance lists all assigned compliance policies, and if the device is compliant or not compliant.
    • Device configuration shows all device configuration policies assigned to the device, and if the policy succeeded or failed.

Hardware device details

Depending on the carrier used by the devices, not all details might be collected

Note

Hardware and Software inventory is refreshed in the Intune service every 7 days.

Detail Description Platform
Name The name of the device. Windows, iOS
Management name The device name used only in the console. Changing this name won't change the name on the device. Windows, iOS
UDID The device's Unique Device identifier. Windows, iOS
Intune Device ID A GUID that uniquely identifies the device. Windows, iOS
Serial number The device's serial number from the manufacturer. Windows, iOS
Shared device If Yes, the device is shared by more than one user. Windows, iOS
User approved enrollment If Yes, then the device has user approved enrollment that lets admins manage certain security settings on the device. Windows, iOS
Operating system The operating system used on the device. Windows, iOS
Operating system version The version of the operating system on the device. Windows, iOS
Operating system language The language set for the operating system on the device. Windows, iOS
Build number The operating system's build number. Android
Security patch level The security patch level for the device. Android
Total storage space The total storage space on the device (in gigabytes). Windows, iOS
Free storage space The unused storage space on the device (in gigabytes). Windows, iOS
IMEI The device's International Mobile Equipment Identity. Windows, iOS, Android
MEID The device's mobile equipment identifier. Windows, iOS, Android
Manufacturer The manufacturer of the device. Windows, iOS, Android
Model The model of the device. Windows, iOS, Android
Phone number The phone number assigned to the device. Windows, iOS, Android*
Subscribe carrier The device's wireless carrier. Windows, iOS, Android
Cellular technology The radio system used by the device. Windows, iOS, Android
Wi-Fi MAC The device's Media Access Control address. Windows, iOS, Android
ICCID The Integrated Circuit Card Identifier, which is a SIM card's unique identification number. Windows, iOS, Android
Enrolled date The date and time that the device was enrolled in Intune. Windows, iOS, Android
Last contact The date and time that the device last connected to Intune. Windows, iOS, Android
Activation lock bypass code The code that can be used to bypass the activation lock. iOS
Azure AD registered If Yes, the device is registered with Azure Directory. Windows, iOS, Android
Intune registered If Yes, the device is registered with Intune Windows, iOS, Android
Compliance The device's compliance state. Windows, iOS, Android
EAS activated If Yes, then the device is synchronized with an Exchange mailbox. Windows, iOS, Android
EAS activation ID The device's Exchange ActiveSync identifier. Windows, iOS, Android
Supervised If Yes, administrators have enhanced control over the device. Windows, iOS, Android
Encrypted If Yes, the data stored on the device is encrypted. Windows, iOS, Android

* Not available in Android with Google policy manager,such as Fully-managed and Dedicated devices

Next steps

See what else you can do to manage your devices with Intune.