Manage Biz Premium using Intune?

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We are currently licensed for Business Premium. Can we use Intune configuration policies to manage Office desktop apps, such as requiring Deleted Items to empty upon exit? It appears the policy is being applied, but Outlook ignores the setting change.

 

Does this mean IT still cannot manage Office for Business, using either group policy or Intune?

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If you are using Microsoft 365 Business Premium, you have got a intune license to your disposal . But still you need configure some more stuff, only requiring a license is not enough :)

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/business/compare-all-microsoft-365-business-products