We're happy to announce that deploying Microsoft Intune device configuration from Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center to Azure Virtual Desktop multi-session virtual machines (VMs) is now generally available. Intune already supports managing single session Azure AD-joined and Hybrid Azure AD-joined Azure Virtual Desktop VMs. You can now add multi-session VMs to the same management experience and deploy device-wide configurations to them. Intune is also the best solution for managing policy configuration on Azure AD-joined Azure Virtual Desktop multi-session VMs.
The following capabilities are now generally available on Azure Virtual Desktop with Intune:
Automatically enroll VMs in Intune when provisioning Azure AD-joined host pools so that they're provisioned, compliant, and ready to use when end-users access them.
Manage both single and multi-session VMs using the settings catalog in Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center.
Increase your multi-session VMs’ security posture by applying configurations available under the Endpoint security blade, including Firewall and granular Antivirus policies.
Leverage Microsoft 365 security features like Conditional Access on the session hosts.
Assign applications configured to install in system context to multi-session VMs.