How to Organize Endpoint Manager Portal Neat Clean for Intune Activities? MEM portal is a one-stop-shop for all the services in the Microsoft cloud. When a user logins to a MEM portal for the first time, he/she can see all these services which are already selected as favorite services by default.
The selection of favorite services in the MEM portal for individual users is not based on the user’s profile or access rights of the user. This is not really good for new users in Intune portal. They will struggle to find out their role-related services.
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How to Organize Endpoint Manager Portal Neat Clean for Intune Activities
For example, you are an Intune admin and you have only access to Intune and Azure AD users and groups. But if you log into the MEM portal you will see all loads of services that make no sense to you at all. You will also find it really messy and I’m sure you will get lost in the portal until you find the search button or Intune services.
Don’t worry there is a very friendly search option available in the Azure portal. If you are Intune admin then you can just click on more services and type “Intune” in the search menu. You can see 2 Intune services one is for Intune (MDM) and the second one is for Intune App Protection (MAM without enrollment).
To keep your Azure portal well organized, you need to spend only 2-3 minutes when you log in to the portal for the first time. What do we need to do to get neatly organized Azure portal? You log in to the Azure portal and click on the more services button, then remove the services which are not relevant to you.
For example, Intune admins don’t have anything to do with “Virtual Machines” hence you can remove Virtual machine service from your favorite menu. So this will help you to get rid of the Virtual machine shortcut from the left side menu of the MEM portal.
END Result:- Clean and Tidy Azure portal for Intune Admins. Remove all the services from the Azure portal except Azure Active Directory, Users and Groups, Intune, and Intune protection services.
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