Managing devices with Microsoft Endpoint Manager – Part 07

You can deploy Intune terms and conditions to user groups to explain how enrollment, access to work resources, and using the Company Portal app affect devices and users. Users must accept the terms and conditions before they can use the Company Portal to enroll and access their work. 

Create a terms and conditions policy

To create a Terms and Conditions Policy, perform the following steps on a computer connected to the internet:

  • Open a browser and navigate to https://devicemanagement.portal.azure.com
  • click Tenant administration and then Terms and conditions
  • Tenant admin | Terms and conditions, click Create
  • On Create Terms and Conditions, fill up the Display Name, Description, and click Next
  • On Terms, fill up the Title, Terms and conditions and summary of terms and click Next
  • On Scope tags, select the tags you want to assign and click Next
  • On Assignment, select the groups you want to assign this Terms and Conditions, alternatively select Assign to All users if you want all users to see this Terms and Conditions and click Next
  • On Review + Create, click Create

Edit a terms and conditions policy

  • Open a browser and navigate to https://devicemanagement.portal.azure.com
  • click Tenant administration and then Terms and conditions
  • Tenant admin | Terms and conditions, select the Terms and conditions you want to edit
  • On the Overview page of the Terms and Conditions, click Properties and click Edit next to the option you want to edit
  • When editing the Terms and the change is meaning, you can select the “Require users to re-accept, and increment the version to number x”
  • Once the edition has been completed, click Review + save and then save

Note: As best practices, it is always recommended to select the option to Increase the version number, and require all users to accept the updated terms the next time they open the company Portal

Acceptance reporting

  • Open a browser and navigate to https://devicemanagement.portal.azure.com
  • click Tenant administration and then Terms and conditions
  • Tenant admin | Terms and conditions, select the Terms and conditions you want to see the report
  • On the Overview page of the Terms and Conditions, click Acceptance Reporting

Deleting a terms and conditions policy

  • Open a browser and navigate to https://devicemanagement.portal.azure.com
  • click Tenant administration and then Terms and conditions
  • Tenant admin | Terms and conditions, select the Terms and conditions you want to delete
  • On the Overview page of the Terms and Conditions, click Delete
  • On the warning message, click Yes

Article originally published on LinkedIn.

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