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Device compliance policies are a key feature when using Intune to protect your organization's resources. In Intune, you can create rules and settings that devices must meet to be considered compliant, such as a minimum OS version.
You can review the Microsoft documentation to learn more about Compliance Profiles.
Within N-able N-central if you navigate to a client that is connected to MS Intune, then navigate to Integrations > Microsoft Intune > Profiles > Compliance, you will be able to create, edit, and delete Compliance Policies that will sync to Microsoft Intune.
Creating Compliance Policies are limited to the following items in N-able N-central:
- Device Properties
- Operating System Version - This is where you can determine a Minimum OS Version and a Maximum OS Version
- System Security
- Password - Require a password to unlock mobile devices
- Encryption - Encryption of data storage on device
Once you've created a Compliance Policy, you can it in Microsoft Intune by navigating to Devices > Compliance Policies.
The list of profiles only shows profiles created by N-central. Not all profiles in Intune are shown, as we do not support all of the profile options found in Intune.
Creating a Compliance Policy in Microsoft Intune will not sync into the integration with N-able N-central.