Cloud PC DeviceModel issue

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Hi,

 

I have just set up Windows365 Business machine, was going to assign Intune Baseline policies and some configuration items but when creating the dynamic group as specified in the edocs it doesn't show Cloud PC, but a generic virtual machine for DeviceModel of the Cloud PC machine. Did I miss a step?

 

Thanks.

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Hiya KevHal2120

The query I have used for my dynamic group for all CloudPC devices:

(device.deviceModel -contains "cloud pc") or (device.deviceModel -contains "cloudpc") Hope this helps.

Hi CookieW,

Thanks for the reply. The problem is the model comes back as "VirtualPC" which is why the dynamic group is failing. Not sure why. The machine is definitely a Cloud PC.

Thanks.

@KevHal2120 

 

Hi Kev,

 

At the moment, only Windows 365 Enterprise Cloud PCs have the DeviceModel as Cloud PC which means you can't target policies to Windows 365 Business Cloud PCs using that method. Thank you for the feedback, we are looking into changing this in the future.

@KevHal2120 

 

Try "Virtual Machine" as the device model, though it will impact any Virtual Machine if they exist in your directory.

 

For AzureAD Dynamic Groups, you can break this down further by adding a new group called W365 Business Devices and using the dynamic member filter as - devicename startswith "CPC" (maybe it was contains?). Either way, it should point you in a good direction. 

 

No, you didn't miss a step, only W365 Enterprise show in MEM properly at this time. All W365 Business Cloud PC's show as a normal VM. Meantime, Jonathan Green provides great suggestion.