Introduction to Microsoft Intune in the Azure portal

Similar to other Azure services, Microsoft Intune is available in the Azure portal. By selecting Intune within the Azure portal, you can manage your organization's mobile devices, PCs, and apps.


If you've used a previous version of Microsoft Intune, you may find the following information helpful: * Where did my features go in Azure? is a reference to show you the specific workflows and UIs that have changed with the move to Azure. * Intune classic groups in the Azure portal explains the implications of the shift to Azure Active Directory security groups for group management.

Highlights of the Microsoft Intune experience in the Azure portal include:

  • An integrated console for all your Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) components
  • An HTML-based console built on web standards
  • Microsoft Graph API support to automate many actions
  • Azure Active Directory (AD) groups to provide compatibility across all your Azure applications
  • Support for most modern web browsers

Before you start

To use Intune in the Azure portal, you must have an Intune admin and tenant account. Sign up for an account if you don't already have one.

Supported web browsers for the Azure portal

The Azure portal runs on most modern PCs, Macs, and tablets. Mobile phones are not supported. Currently, the following browsers are supported:

  • Microsoft Edge (latest version)
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 11
  • Safari (latest version, Mac only)
  • Chrome (latest version)
  • Firefox (latest version)

Check the Azure portal for the latest information about supported browsers.

Microsoft Intune in the Azure portal

The Azure portal is where you can find the Microsoft Intune service. There are several services in Azure, many of which you may not use on a regular basis. For a quick guide to customize your portal experience, see Getting started with Intune in the Azure portal.

What's new?

To learn about the latest capabilities of Microsoft Intune, see What's New.