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Plan for Change: Microsoft Intune ending support for User Enrollment with Company Portal for iOS/iPadOS

Plan for Change: Microsoft Intune ending support for User Enrollment with Company Portal for iOS/iPadOS

If you're using Microsoft Intune with Company Portal for iOS/iPadOS, take note: support for User Enrollment will be ending shortly after the release of iOS/iPadOS 18. This means that while existing devices remain unaffected, new enrollments won't be supported. To continue enrolling devices, Microsoft recommends alternatives like account-driven User Enrollment or web-based device enrollment.

Apple's upcoming release of iOS/iPadOS 18 will no longer support profile-based User Enrollment, leading to this change in Intune's support policies. Once Intune ends support for User Enrollment with Company Portal, existing enrolled devices will not be impacted, but users will not be able to enroll new devices with this method. Technical support will only be provided for existing devices enrolled with this method.

To prepare for this change, Microsoft recommends using an alternate management method for enrolling devices, such as account-driven User Enrollment or web-based device enrollment. The latter is ideal for those who prefer a simpler enrollment experience. Full details on User Enrollment in Microsoft Intune can be found on the company's website.

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