Known Performance Issue with Intune Settings Catalog Policy

Let’s discuss the Least known Performance Issue with the Intune Settings Catalog. Microsoft discovered a performance degradation issue faced by Admins in Microsoft Intune. The issue occurs when the Admins add settings to a Single Policy.

Microsoft Intune Allows Admins to create different types of Policies. Admins can add settings to their policies via 2 other methods. Settings Catalog and Templates. The performance issue happened when Admins Chose Settings Catalog for Creating Policies.

Settings Catalog is Usually used for adding Settings like Firewall Settings or all available Bitlocker Settings. Microsoft recognized that admins will face performance degradation when more than 400 settings are added to a single policy.

Admins Should consider this problem when designing policies. Microsoft is trying to fix this issue, which will be resolved soon. This blog post will give you the details of Intune Admin Face Performance Degradation in Single Policy While Adding Settings.

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Known Performance Issue with Intune Settings Catalog

Admins face different types of Performance issues in Intune. You can only select policies below 400 in a single policy for good performance. When you create a Policy in Microsoft Intune and Settings Catalog is used as the Profile Type, you will get an option for adding Settings.

  • When the cursor puts on the i button (Information) in the +Add settings, you will get the information regarding the performance issue.
Profile Types in Microsoft IntuneDifference
Settings CatalogThe Settings catalog shows a list of all available settings. It includes Firewall settings , or Bitlocker Settings
TemplatesTemplates include a logical group settings, such as kiosk, VPN, Wifi, and More
Known Performance Issue with Intune Settings Catalog Policy – Table.1
Known Performance Issue with Intune Settings Catalog Policy - Fig.1
Known Performance Issue with Intune Settings Catalog Policy – Fig.1

Admins should consider this problem when designing policies for a single policy. Microsoft is trying to fix this issue, and it will resolved very soon. The latest update will be shared, stay tuned.

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Gopika S Nair is a computer enthusiast. She loves writing on Windows 11 and related technologies. She is here to share quick tips and tricks with Windows 11 or Windows 10 users. She is Post Graduate Diploma Holder in Computer Science.

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