Support tip: How to test Microsoft Defender ATP (preview) based device compliance on Android
Published Apr 23 2020 04:41 PM 6,386 Views

By Aasawari Navathe | PM - Microsoft Endpoint Manager - Intune


Update - the Microsoft Defender ATP Android app is now live in Public Preview!


Several of our customers have been waiting for Microsoft Defender ATP capabilities on mobile. Public preview is now live for Android, and you may have seen Microsoft Defender ATP settings available in Android compliance policies within the management console


To complete the scenario, you need to make sure you have completed the proper connection between Microsoft Endpoint Manager and Microsoft Defender ATP. This does require an EMS E3 and Windows E5 (or Microsoft 365 Enterprise E5) license. To learn more, see the documentation here - Enforce compliance for Microsoft Defender ATP with Conditional Access in Intune.


Let us know if you have any questions by commenting back on this post!


Blog post updates:

  • 5/26/2020 - Updated app timeline from mid-May to Q3 CY2020. 
  • 6/11/2020 - Updated the email address.
  • 6/23/2020 - Updated to include the announcement that the preview is now publicly available (more info at this link).  Removed the info on how to sign up for the private preview. 
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