Hybrid Azure AD devices have MDM set to NONE

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We have Windows 10 laptops that are built onprem and domain joined the traditional way, then use SCCM to deploy config and packages. We want the devices to be managed in Intune (all licencing correct and in place) so we can deploy Cloud apps using the MS Store.


So far, we have managed to successfully set up AD Connect and devices are now showing in Intune. GPOs are correct, devices are showing as AAD joined etc. But in Intune/AAD, Management is set to NONE.


Is SCCM the problem?

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best response confirmed by EugenePetzer (Copper Contributor)



Likely, yes. A device can only report to SCCM or Intune for specific workloads. You need to enable Co-Management (Cloud Attach) in SCCM, then put some machines into an Intune Pilot collection to get those devices MDM enrolled and managed in the cloud. Where the device reports for management depends upon the workload sliders.


Reference the following links for setup details.



In newer builds of SCCM it's now called Cloud Attach, but is effectively the same.

Enable cloud attach for Configuration Manager 


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Thanks Kurt! That's helpful, we'll check it out.