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Windows Intune Center Policy

Updated: December 17, 2012

Applies To: Windows Intune

The Windows Intune Center policy template in the Windows Intune administrator console lets you create policies that you can use to configure the support contact information that is shown in Windows Intune Center.

You can configure the Windows Intune Center settings in policies that you create based on this template and use the policies to deploy these settings to device groups.

Windows Intune Center lets users get applications from the Windows Intune company portal, check for updates for their computers, start Windows Intune Endpoint Protection, and request remote assistance. Windows Intune Center is installed on all computers that are managed by Windows Intune.

In this release of Windows Intune, remote assistance features are not available on computers that run Windows 8.

Also, if you delete a Windows Intune Center policy that is deployed to computers, no support contact information is displayed in Windows Intune Center for those computers unless another policy provides support contact information.

For information about the settings that are available in the Windows Intune Center policy template, see the Windows Intune Center Policy Reference.

For information about how policies are applied to managed computers, see How Windows Intune Policies are Applied.

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