Microsoft Intune: Improved elevation detection

Microsoft Intune: Improved elevation detection

Microsoft Intune has further improved its elevation detection capabilities for Windows users. This development will now allow EPM to detect and control elevation for a wider range of elevation actions in Windows. This improvement is currently available for preview release and will be fully released by September of 2024. Microsoft Intune is a desktop cloud instance platform and is available in several regions and environments, including GCC, GCC High, DoD, and Worldwide (Standard Multi-Tenant). To learn more about this development, check out the Microsoft 365 roadmap ID: 399933.

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