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Start managing iOS devices with Microsoft Intune

Updated: December 12, 2014

Applies To: Microsoft Intune

Before you can manage iOS mobile devices with Intune, you need an Apple Push Notification service (APNs) certificate. This certificate allows Intune to manage iOS and establish an accredited and encrypted IP connection with the mobile device management authority services.

  1. Set up Intune
    If you haven’t already, prepare for mobile device management by setting the mobile device management authority to Microsoft Intune.

  2. Get a certificate signing request
    As an administrative user, open the Microsoft Intune administration console, go to Administration > Mobile Device Management > iOS > Upload an APNs Certificate, and click Download the APNs certificate request. Save the certificate signing request (.csr) file locally. The .csr file is used to request a trust relationship certificate from the Apple Push Certificates Portal.

  3. Get an Apple Push Notification service certificate
    Go to the Apple Push Certificates Portal and sign in with your company Apple ID to create the APNs certificate. This Apple ID must be used in future to renew your APNs certificate. Download the APNs certificate and save the file locally. This APNs certificate (.pem) file is used to establish a trust relationship between the Apple Push Notification server and Intune’s mobile device management authority.

  4. Add the APNs certificate to Intune
    In the Microsoft Intune administration console, go to Administration > Mobile Device Management > iOS > Upload an APNs Certificate, and click Upload the APNs certificate. Browse to the certificate (.pem) file and click Open. You can enter the Apple ID used to create the certificate if you want Intune to remember which Apple ID you should use for annual certificate renewal. With the APNs certificate, Intune can enroll and manage iOS devices by pushing policy to enrolled mobile devices.

    If you used Internet Explorer to download the APNs certificate, you might receive an error stating the file is not valid when you try to upload it to the Intune administrator console. If you receive this error message, click Cancel and perform the following steps:

    1. Sign out of the Apple Push Certificates Portal and then sign back in.

    2. On the Certificates for Third-Party Servers page, download the most recently created APNs certificate.

    3. In the Microsoft Intune administration console, click Upload the APNs certificate, browse to the MDM_Microsoft_Corporation_Certificate.pem file, and upload it to Intune.

  5. Next steps
    You can now support iOS device enrollment with Microsoft Intune in these ways:

    Once devices are enrolled you can:

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