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Windows Intune Service Updates

Updated: August 25, 2014

Applies To: Windows Intune

Welcome to the Service Updates information for Windows Intune. Here you will find information about the latest features and improvements to Windows Intune.

Email profiles help you create, deploy and monitor Exchange ActiveSync email settings on devices. This lets user’s access corporate email on their personal devices without any required setup on their part. For more information, see Use Windows Intune email profiles to enable access to corporate email.

New policy settings have been added to help you manage more features on your managed mobile devices. For more information, see Mobile Device Management Capabilities in Windows Intune.

Windows Phone 8.1 is now supported. Windows Phone 8.1 which comes with support for new policy settings.

Android Samsung KNOX is now supported and supports selective wipe.

You can now wipe EFS-enabled content such as content relating the Mail app for Windows. For more information, see Help protect your data with Remote Wipe, Remote Lock, or Passcode Reset Using Windows Intune.

You can lock mobile devices remotely and also reset the passcode. For more information, see Help protect your data with Remote Wipe, Remote Lock, or Passcode Reset Using Windows Intune.

Windows Intune now allows you to configure an app as a featured app. This app will then be displayed prominently in the company portal. For more information, see Adding Software Packages in Windows Intune.

In the previous release of Windows Intune, Windows Intune Endpoint Protection was only installed if a policy was created to require this installation on newly enrolled clients. In the current release of Windows Intune, the endpoint protection client is installed on computers with Windows Intune, unless a policy is created to prevent this installation. This change was made in response to customer feedback, and to better secure computers running Windows Intune. For more information, see Using Windows Intune Endpoint Protection or an Existing Endpoint Protection Application.

New policy settings have been added to help you manage more features on your inventoried mobile devices. For more information, see Windows Intune Mobile Device Security Policy Reference.

A new report type has been added specifically to report on inventoried mobile devices in your organization. For more information, see Create a Windows Intune Mobile Device Report.

Windows Intune now allows you to deploy a shortcut to an application on the Web to your devices. For more information, see Adding Software Packages in Windows Intune.

Windows Intune now lets you enroll Android devices for direct management. For more information, see Set up Windows Intune Direct Management for Android Devices.

Windows Intune now supports Windows 8.1 devices, including Windows Professional, Surface, Surface Pro, and Windows Phone.

Devices running Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1 can now enable Device Management and automatically enroll and install apps. For more information, see Adding Your Device.

The default “Ungrouped Devices” group, which was removed in a previous version, is back. Newly enrolled devices are automatically assigned to this group.

iOS devices can now use their own fully featured company portal app, instead of the mobile web app.

Two new policy settings have been added to help administrators streamline client agent updates:

  • Prompt user to restart Windows during Windows Intune client agent mandatory updates.

  • Windows Intune client agent mandatory updates installation schedule, with the parameters Day scheduled, and Time scheduled.

For more information, see Windows Intune Agent Policy Reference.

A new value has been added to the Windows Intune Agent policy setting Install Endpoint Protection. The new value is No, and is the default value.

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This behavior is different than previous version of Windows Intune, where Windows Intune Endpoint Protection was installed automatically during client installation. After upgrading, you may need to create a new policy to ensure that new clients will have Endpoint Protection installed, and that existing clients will continue to receive updates. For more information, see Using Windows Intune Endpoint Protection or an Existing Endpoint Protection Application.

With this update, you can now configure the Windows Intune Exchange Connector to connect directly from your Windows Intune service to your hosted Exchange environment, without downloading additional software. For more information, see Using Windows Intune for Exchange ActiveSync Management of Mobile Devices.

This tool makes it easy to try out Windows Phone 8 device management using Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager during your Windows Intune subscription trial period, without having to procure a Symantec certificate. This tool contains:

  • A script that populates a sample Application Enrollment token.

  • A sample Windows Phone 8 company portal app.

  • Two sample applications that can be used for Windows Phone 8 software distribution scenarios.

The Support Tool for Windows Intune Trial Management of Window Phone 8 can be downloaded from the Download Center.

With this security update, once you log in to the Windows Intune administrator console, your session will become invalid after eight hours and you will be prompted to log in again.

With this update, you can now scan a Microsoft Tag or bar code and automatically navigate to the app details page in the Windows 8 or Windows RT company portal app. If the company portal app is not installed, you will be prompted to install it.

With this update, you can now configure the Windows Intune Exchange connector to connect to your hosted Exchange environment in Office 365. For more information, see Using Windows Intune for Exchange ActiveSync Management of Mobile Devices

With this update you can share an app with another person by selecting Share from the app details page. This will send an email with a direct link to the app details page. You do not need to have the app installed yourself to share the app.

With this update, you can now scan a Microsoft Tag or bar code and automatically navigate to the app details page in the Windows Phone 8 company portal app. If the company portal app is not installed, you will be prompted to install it.

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