How To Set Up Terms and Conditions Notification in MS365

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Is there a way of setting up a rule that requires users to agree to a set of terms and conditions when they login into Microsoft 365?

I've started as a newbie 365 admin for a charity and have been asked to implement this setting. Each user will be using their own device. I come from a desktop support background so the more nuanced administration work is now a step up. I've looked around the internet but can't see any entries that cover what I need to do.

Basically, we have a list of policies that users need to agree to in order to use MS365 such as an acceptable usage and end-user device policy for example.

If anyone can point me to any relevant articles, I'd be grateful.


Thanks in advance.

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please refer to the below link to create terms and conditions for your users.
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Thank you.

Can anyone confirm whether in order for users to consent to the terms of use on any device, those devices will need to be registered in Intune as per this document?

"Per-device terms of use
The Require users to consent on every device setting enables you to require end users to accept your terms of use policy on every device they're accessing from. The end user will be required to register their device in Azure AD. When the device is registered, the device ID is used to enforce the terms of use policy on each device.

Supported platforms and software.

iOS Android Windows 10 Other
Native app Yes Yes Yes
Microsoft Edge Yes Yes Yes
Internet Explorer Yes Yes Yes
Chrome (with extension) Yes Yes Yes
Per-device terms of use has the following constraints:

A device can only be joined to one tenant.
A user must have permissions to join their device.
The Intune Enrollment app isn't supported. Ensure that it's excluded from any Conditional Access policy requiring Terms of Use policy.
Azure AD B2B users aren't supported.
If the user's device isn't joined, they'll receive a message that they need to join their device. Their experience will be dependent on the platform and software."
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