Microsoft Defender for Endpoint (preview) risk evaluation now included in device compliance on iOS

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By: Aasawari Navathe - Program Manager 2 | Microsoft Endpoint Manager - Intune

 

Microsoft Defender for Endpoint (formerly, Microsoft Defender ATP) risk evaluation settings for iOS compliance policies are now in Public Preview in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center. We are excited to share this public preview, as several customers have been waiting for this capability. Customers can find the setting for Microsoft Defender for Endpoint when they make a new device compliance policy for iOS, where they can set devices to be marked as non-compliant if a specific machine risk score (Clear, Low, Medium, High) is not met.

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App Availability
The Defender for iOS app is available in public preview via TestFlight. To install the app, end users can visit https://aka.ms/defenderios on their iOS devices. This link will open the TestFlight application on their device or prompt them to install TestFlight. On the TestFlight app, follow the onscreen instructions to install Microsoft Defender.

 

Connect iOS Devices to Defender
To complete the scenario, you need to make sure you have completed the proper connection for iOS devices between Microsoft Endpoint Manager and Microsoft Defender for Endpoint within your connector setup. Please note that both products must be licensed correctly for the scenario to work. To learn more, see the documentation here: Enforce compliance for Microsoft Defender ATP with Conditional Access in Intune and https://aka.ms/mdatpiosdocumentation.

 

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