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intuneappprotectionreport

Intune App Protection Report

When using Intune App Protection I found it hard to find which users are using outlook protected (through Intune) and who not. So this is how you find the reports:

Check One User

  • Go To Intune App Protection in the Azure portal
  • In the Overview blade you already see by default the App protection status
  • Click on the widget
  • Click on Add user and select the user you want to check.

Check the Status for all Users

  • Go To Intune App Protection in the Azure portal
  • Go to App Protection Status
  • Click on the Top Protected iOS Apps, or the Android one (you can change this later)
    • Select the Platform: iOS or Android
    • Select the App: Outlook (or any other app)
    • Status: Unprotected

This will show you the list of users.

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intuneappprotectionreport.txt · Last modified: 2018/09/18 10:56 by sjoerd