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Microsoft adds support for Windows Phone 8.1 in latest update to Windows Intune

Windows Intune is a cloud-based management solution for IT departments that allows them to remotely control PCs and mobile devices. Microsoft has announced a new update rolling out to Intune that will allow the service to support Samsung KNOX and Windows Phone 8.1.

Samsung’s KNOX platform is a relatively new enterprise mobile security solution. It allows Samsung devices, like the Galaxy S5, to handle both business and personal content on the same handset. Intune now supports device configuration settings through the KNOX standard.

Windows Phone 8.1 users in an Intune environment can look forward to additional device configuration settings, sideloading enhancements, selective wipe, support for Web Authentication Broker (WAB) enrollment and automatic MDM certificate renewal.

The update is being rolled our right now, but should be welcomed news to anyone in an IT setting with a Samsung KNOX compatible device or Windows Phone 8.1 handset. Microsoft plans to have the update rolled out to all Intune customers by May 21st. New trial and paid subscriptions created after May 9 will automatically have these features.

Windows Intune is available as part of Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility Suite. Those rocking iPhone or Android handsets can grab the updated Windows Intune Company Portal apps today!

Anyone working in a business that uses Intune?

Source: Technet Via: WinSuperSite

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xajuan says:

Never heard of intune. I'd love to leave team viewer alone. A license is like $800. Thanks for the tip.

kenzibit says:

These guys have a lot of stuff that are not available to consumers. Never heard of this before. Sounds good and will benefit IT pros a lot.
Anyway, my heart skipped a beat when I read Windows Phone 8.1 in latest update before capturing the whole title. WP8.1 is gonna kill me.

BataBole says:

Out of topic, does anyone know will there be any Sony windowsphone devices in near future?

kenzibit says:

Yeah...read somewhere but don't remember. They have some in the pipeline line. I can see you can resist a Sony Xperia Z3 Windows Phone. You salivating now, can see your face....lol

BataBole says:

That suppose to be funny comment?

sip1995 says:

Yeah, it is faster.

SamiSaifDine says:

Intune?! Azure?! Oy?!

Jf.Vigor says:

Microsoft mobile Oy, to be exact

SamiSaifDine says:

What's wrong with Them!

hisham691 says:

I've heard that Sony will release a windows phone but it would be windows phone 9 and Its called Sony VAIO f1

sip1995 says:

And Sony will remove the shitty Xbox music app and they will replace with the Walkman app.

neo158 says:

Don't you mean the shitty Music Unlimited app that refuses to work unless you have a subscription?

sip1995 says:

Yeah. That's what i'm talking about.

neo158 says:

I meant that Sony will add that instead of Xbox Music!!

sip1995 says:

They won't do that (terrible mistake) MSFT has Xbox and SONY has the Playstation.

I've heard that Sony will release a Windows Phone called Windows Phone 16 and it will be called Sony VAIO F3!!!!!! Definitely true!!!!!

vkelkar says:

I have heard by 2016 Microsoft will purchase struggling Sony and Htc :)

Chef316 says:

Didn't know Office Lens showed an airplane icon in the corner of the tile...

They were scrolling down their home screen

junotKiichi says:

Very good mennnn...

nizzon says:

Nice. We are setting up Intune when we upgrade to SCCM2012 in a few months.

AtivS8 says:

I haven't read mostof this sorry but I'm signed up and set up to intune on 8.1 Ativ s got hub made business account got software signig etc but can't seem to get company app portal .xap to download? Help?