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Microsoft Intune pros and cons

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Microsoft Intune Pros review quotes

Pratik Dave - PeerSpot reviewer
Apr 18, 2024
One of the biggest advantages of Microsoft Intune is that it brings the management of Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, and even Linux under a single pane of glass.
SK
Sep 27, 2020
This product offers an alternative solution to other UEM (Unified Endpoint Management) solutions.
Brad Boozer - PeerSpot reviewer
Nov 28, 2023
The biggest benefits of Intune are the ability to push changes and the added security. When we moved forward with Defender, we onboarded all those machines automatically. That helps dramatically. For a while, we were left with machines that weren't protected. We could see where people had done things they shouldn't have done, and Defender saved our skins a few times. It didn't happen a lot, but it happened enough that it made us glad we made that decision.
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RK
Mar 20, 2024
A valuable feature is user enrollment, where users can enroll their devices in their organizations themselves.
DS
Apr 3, 2024
It is helpful for managing devices anytime and any place without requiring dependency on the local networks.
BC
Jan 12, 2022
We are using the mobile feature, and we are also using MDM to lock the devices, to push restrictions, et cetera
Gaurav Chandola - PeerSpot reviewer
Dec 22, 2022
The best feature is that we don't need to worry about downtime. We don't need to worry about the network connections of our office or the virtual private network. Everything is being done through the internet. Using Intune Autopilot, we can configure and deploy everything to the devices.
James Mcelhinney - PeerSpot reviewer
Feb 2, 2024
We can manage and standardize security across your environment, identify problems, receive alerts, and so on. That's its purpose, and that's also why it's so good.
WB
Feb 17, 2023
It's very informative when there is an error. It allows us to backtrace where the error is and resolve that ourselves. It's a bit of a Swiss Army penknife. We find that it fixes most issues.
CJ
Jan 9, 2024
It is quite policy-enabled, so you can build pretty much any policy to manage remote endpoints.
 

Microsoft Intune Cons review quotes

Pratik Dave - PeerSpot reviewer
Apr 18, 2024
A new Intune feature allows application packaging, but it incurs additional licensing costs for a significant number of applications.
SK
Sep 27, 2020
The reporting needs to be a bit more interactive.
Brad Boozer - PeerSpot reviewer
Nov 28, 2023
The biggest problem we ever have is when something goes out of date after 30 days when nobody has logged into it. We do have a problem trying to get those back online. We've been working with Microsoft to resolve that problem, but that's been the only issue that we've had in the last few years.
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RK
Mar 20, 2024
The current Intune reporting functionality could benefit from some improvements.
DS
Apr 3, 2024
There is still a gap between SCCM and Intune, especially in the reporting, inventory, and software deployment areas.
BC
Jan 12, 2022
In the past, I raised some tickets for the enhancement feature, which was missing in Intune.
Gaurav Chandola - PeerSpot reviewer
Dec 22, 2022
We need the capabilities of the Cloud Management Gateway (CMG) to be enhanced through Intune instead of Azure.
Amel Benali - PeerSpot reviewer
Jan 11, 2024
It would be beneficial to have a more straightforward understanding of Intune's capabilities, presented in a simplified manner.
James Mcelhinney - PeerSpot reviewer
Feb 2, 2024
In future releases, I would like to see better integration with Apple products.
WB
Feb 17, 2023
I'd like some more reporting so that I don't have to delve into PowerShell and I can pull more of the local device information such as memory, apps installed, etc. It would be nice to be able to see the apps that are present there but might not be managed. For example, if they installed 7Zip, it could report that back via an installed program or feature to see what was currently installed.