Microsoft Intune: Scoped and targeted device clean up rule

Microsoft Intune: Scoped and targeted device clean up rule

Microsoft Intune has released a new feature that allows IT administrators to clean up inactive devices from their tenant using scoped and targeted device clean up rules. These rules can be run at a platform level to help keep the tenant organized and improve device management efficiency. This feature is currently in preview release and will be available in December 2024. It is available on the desktop cloud instance GCC, DoD, GCC High, and Worldwide (Standard Multi-Tenant). For more information on this feature and its release timeline, check out the Microsoft 365 roadmap ID 397886.

To learn more about this new feature, read the article on M365 Admin.

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