MDE via MS Intune and policies created in MEM is not reflecting to the clients

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Windows endpoint's MDE via MS Intune/MEM. MDE via MS Intune and policies created in MEM is not reflecting to the clients

 

  • Enrolled the testing machine in our MS Intune. The device is now in MEM device inventory [Successful]
  • Deployed MDE in the testing machine. [Successful]
  • Enable MS Intune connection and Allow Microsoft Defender for Endpoint to enforce Endpoint Security Configuration. [Successful]
  • My account added as an MDE Admin and created a Device group where the testing machine is added. [Successful]
  • Perform a EICAR Anti-Virus Test File. [Successful it as seen in MS 365 Defender portal,etc..]
  • Perform a Quick scan [Successful it as seen in the endpoint UI]
  • On MEM portal, I created a policy for AV, Firewall, Device control, etc..  and assigned it into machine [Successful as per the portal]
  • Check the policies applied into the testing machine. Results as follows:
    • Firewall enabled in MEM but on the endpoint Firewall is still disabled. [Not Successful]
    • Allowing USB Storage in Device control policy but in the endpoint USB is prohibited. [Not Successful]

 

Please assist. Thank you for your prompt response for this.

 

 

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