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Microsoft Intune: Enrolling Android Device

I tried to enroll my Samsung smartphone to Microsoft Intune few days ago, and here are the step taken:

First you have to set the mobile device management authority under Device enrollment > Choose MDM Authority in the Azure Portal.

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I have selected Intune MDM Authority and clicked the Choose button.

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Once the MDM Authority is set, you need to download and install the Intune Company Portal app to your android device.

 

 

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After installing, launch the application and sign in

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enter your onmicrosoft account and password.

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once authenticated your device will start connecting to your work’s resources

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In the access setup tap on continue

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Read through the privacy then tap on continue

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Allow Company Portal to make and manage your phone calls then tap on next

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In the next page browse through and understand what activating the admin app can do to your android device

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Tap active to continue

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wait until your device gets registered

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In the Workplace join, enter your credentials and tap Next

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the application will need to run through a security verification, you may select to receive the code via SMS or Call

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In my case, I select to send it over SMS

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Once received, I’ve entered the verification code and tapped verify to continue joining my workplace

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tap the done button once step is completed

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Back in the Azure Portal, verify that the android device is there

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From there you can now manage android device and deploy required application to it

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