Figure 1. Workflow summary for Intune SCEP certificate validation.Like previously supported Active Directory Certificate Services, the new Intune and Entrust Datacard interoperability ensures no tampering occurs at any point in the certificate issuance process while using SCEP. Organizations can issue certificates via Entrust Datacard to provide seamless authentication to applications and on-premises resources, creating a user-friendly, flexible, and cost-effective experience. In addition to certificate-based authentication, Microsoft and Entrust will add support for other capabilities and scenarios, such as modern provisioning, secure email, and data protection. Microsoft engineers are also collaborating with other public key infrastructure (PKI) and certificate management providers to integrate their solutions with Intune’s SCEP validation API. Device certificates add an important layer of security for organizations adopting a modern workplace powered by Microsoft 365, including Intune, Azure Active Directory, and Office 365. It will be rolled out for general availability later this quarter. To learn more, contact your Microsoft and Entrust representatives, and review the documentation .
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