Microsoft 365 Lighthouse Device compliance page overview

Note

The features described in this article are in Preview, are subject to change, and are only available to partners who meet the requirements. If your organization does not have Microsoft 365 Lighthouse, see Sign up for Microsoft 365 Lighthouse.

Microsoft 365 Lighthouse lets you view insights and information related to Intune device compliance for all your customer tenants by selecting Devices in the left navigation pane to open the Device compliance page. From this page, you can get an overview of compliance status across tenants, view a list of devices for each tenant, and get status reports on compliance policies and settings.

Overview tab

On the Overview tab, you can view device compliance status across your tenants, see monthly device compliance trends, and track whether devices have compliance policies assigned to them. You can also view information on tenant device compliance actions and requirements based on Conditional Access policies.

To get detailed device compliance information for a particular customer tenant, select a value under any of the status columns for that tenant. This will open the Devices tab so you can view device compliance details for the selected tenant.

To export device compliance data to an Excel comma-separated values (.csv) file, select Export.

Screenshot of the Overview tab.

Devices tab

On the Devices tab, the colored count-annotation bar displays the total number of devices across all your customer tenants that have the following compliance statuses: Compliant, Not compliant, In grace period, and Not evaluated. For more information about the different compliance statuses, see Monitor Intune Device compliance policies.

To see which tenants have devices with a specific compliance status, select that status from the count-annotation bar to filter the list. To see device compliance statuses for one or more specific customer tenants, use the Tenants dropdown menu to filter the list.

Select any device name in the list to view more details about that device's current compliance state. You can sync or restart the device, or select View device in Microsoft Endpoint Manager if you need to troubleshoot or take further action.

Note

When you restart a device, the device owner isn't automatically notified and may lose unsaved work. For this reason, you may want to notify the device owner before you restart a device.

The Devices tab also includes the following options:

  • Export: Select to export device compliance data to an Excel comma-separated values (.csv) file.
  • Refresh: Select to retrieve the most current device compliance data.
  • Sync: Select one or more devices from the list that have a status of Not compliant, In grace period, or Not evaluated, and then select this option to force those devices to check in with Intune and immediately receive any policies that have been assigned to them.
  • Restart: Select one or more devices from the list that have a status of Not compliant, In grace period, or Not evaluated, and then select this option to restart those devices.
  • Search: Enter keywords to quickly locate a specific device in the list.

Screenshot of the Devices tab.

Policies tab

On the Policies tab, you can view device compliance policies across your tenants and compare two or three policies of the same platform type by using the Compare option.

To see policies for devices on a specific platform, use the OS dropdown menu to filter the list. To see policies for one or more specific customer tenants, use the Tenants dropdown menu to filter the list.

Select any policy name in the list to view more details about that policy. If you need to take action or see additional information, select View this policy in Microsoft Endpoint Manager.

The Policies tab also includes the following options:

  • Export: Select to export device compliance policy data to an Excel comma-separated values (.csv) file.
  • Refresh: Select to retrieve the most current device compliance policy data.
  • Search: Enter keywords to quickly locate a specific device compliance policy in the list.

Screenshot of the Policies tab.

Settings tab

The Settings tab provides an aggregated report of non-compliant settings across tenant devices.

To see non-compliant settings for devices on a specific platform, use the Platform dropdown menu to filter the list. To see non-compliant settings for one or more specific customer tenants, use the Tenants dropdown menu to filter the list.

Select any non-compliant setting name in the list to open a pane where you can view a list of tenants that have devices with that specific non-compliant setting. From here, you can further drill down by selecting any tenant from the list to view information about the devices within that tenant that have the specific non-compliant setting. You can also sync or restart the device, or select View device in Microsoft Endpoint Manager if you need to troubleshoot or take further action.

The Settings tab also includes the following options:

  • Export: Select to export non-compliant settings data to an Excel comma-separated values (.csv) file.
  • Refresh: Select to retrieve the most current non-compliant settings data.
  • Search: Enter keywords to quickly locate a specific non-compliant setting in the list.

Screenshot of the Settings tab.

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