How to enroll a ubuntu device in intune

Since a few weeks there is a new icon in the Intune console and this is linux. The linux support is a very long awaited feature and there was good feedback from the ommunity. Currently the feature set is still a bit limited, there is currently only the possibility to determine the complaince of the devices and apply conditioanl access policies. But this is just the beginning I am sure that in the next months we will see more and more features and also config profiles, updates,‚Ķ for Linux. But let’s take a look at how to enroll an Ubuntu device in intune.

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Detect anomalies in your Intune environment with Azure Cognitive Services – Part 1 Device Compliance

It is hard to keep track of your Intune environment. With the help of log events you can build static monitoring via Azure automation or logic apps. This is possible if you are only interested in a specific event or if you can express this via static code. However, if you want to detect anomalies, e.g. a strong increase or decrease of the device count or how many devices are compliant, it is difficult to implement this without machine learning and to set static values. In this blog series I would like to show you how you can use Azure cognitive services to build a monitoring system and send you messages based on abnormal deviations. So let’s get started.

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