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Configuration policies

Configuration policies bring standardization to a particular tenant (organizational unit). For example, you could use a configuration policy to grant access to a certain resource for all users within a tenant.

Or, you might manage two tenants. One contains people working in the United States, and the other contains people in the United Kingdom. You can create configuration policies to give users in the United States a Country attribute of US. And, another configuration policy gives users within the United Kingdom a Country attribute of UK.

Once a configuration policy is assigned to a particular tenant (organizational unit), a job is initiated. The job updates all user objects within the tenant, as shown below.

OU-before-and-after-config-policy

After initial setup, any time a new user is added to the tenant (organizational unit), a job runs to ensure the user object matches all of the tenant's configuration policies.

For a brief overview, check out the video below:

 

Click here to watch an introductory video on configuration policies.

Supported actions

At this time, any of these actions can be added configuration policies:

·Add User to Groups: add a user to a group

·Assign User License: Manage Office 365 licenses.

·Graph Set Out of Office: Set user's out of office status.

·Set Cloud User Manager: Set a user's manager.

·Set Mailbox Primary SMTP Address: Set a user's primary email address.

·Set User Multi-factor authentication: Set a user's MFA status.

·Update Cloud User: Update Office 365 user attributes.

·Update On-Premises User: Update on-prem user attributes.

Creating and modifying configuration policies

Complete the steps below to set up a new configuration policy.

1.In the menu on the left side of the screen, select Manage Administration > Configuration policies.

2.Click Add.

3.Enter a Name for the policy.

4.With the Policy Scope tab selected, click Add, and then select the organizational unit to which the policy will apply. This defines the users that the policy may be applied to.

5.With the User filters tab selected, click Add, and then select the groups or attributes used to filter the users. This defines the filter used to select users from the scope to apply the policy to.

6.Select the Actions tab, click Add, and then select the actions you want to include in the policy. See below for a list of available actions.

7.Click Save.

Click here to watch a video on how to create a configuration policy.

Editing or deleting a configuration policy

If you want to update or delete an existing configuration policy, follow the steps below.

1.In the menu on the left side of the screen, select Manage Administration > Configuration policies.

2.Select the desired policy and either:

oClick Edit, make desired changes, and click Save.

oClick Delete and confirm the deletion.

Configuration policy examples

Assign a manager to a vOU

Assigning a manager to a virtual organizational unit is straight forward. This configuration policy allows administrators to automatically assign managers to particular users who may be within a certain department or geographical location. Check out this video below for a walk through.

 

Set a user's usage location and country details

Setting a user's location settings is a straightforward process with Nova. Setting a configuration policy allows you to instantly change a user's usage location and country settings when placed within a virtual organizational unit. See how to do that here.

Device compliance policies

You are able to add actions to Microsoft Intune configuration policies to your user's mobile devices. For DPC users, this is helpful if you need to modify devices and applications of users you are allowed to manage. The devices screen can be found within the Nova Dashboard by clicking Manage, then Devices.

Actions include:

·Refresh: this refreshes the list of devices in the tenant.

·Retire: if the device is no longer in use, you can retire it.

·Wipe: you can remote wipe devices immediately.

·Remote Lock: you can remotely lock devices immediately.

·Sync: Sync your device to get its most up to date information.

·Reboot: instantly reboot a device.

 

To show more details for your device, click on its name. Here, you will find several more tabs, including:

·Detail: this gives additional information of the device, including manufacturer, model, last sync date type and encryption state.

·Owner: this gives detail on the owner of the device, including email and the tenant the user is in.

·Users: this includes a list of users assigned to the device.

·Group Membership: if the device is part of a group, they will be listed here.

Also on this Device Detail page, you have the opportunity to remove the passcode (for iOS), and reset passcode (Android 7+ versions only).

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