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The Devices > Policies page in the Microsoft 365 admin center is retiring

The Devices > Policies page in the Microsoft 365 admin center is retiring

Microsoft is retiring the Devices > Policies page in the Microsoft 365 admin center for managing device policies. However, existing device protection policies are not affected. To view and edit device policies, you can use Microsoft 365 Defender or Microsoft Intune instead. This change is being rolled out mid-January to all Microsoft 365 for business customers as part of the standard release channel. It is important to note that this change will not impact organizations' existing device protection policies, and they will continue to be protected as before. The message is being sent to users of Microsoft 365 Business Premium or Microsoft Defender for Business. For more information, including how to choose where to manage security policies and devices, see the link provided.

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