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Managing apps protected by
Microsoft Intune

For
iOS
and
Android
devices, if you want to use
Microsoft Intune
app protection policies to protect data in
Office 365
apps, you can do so while using
BlackBerry UEM
to manage the devices. You can connect
UEM
to
Intune
, allowing you to set
Intune
app protection policies from within the
UEM
management console.
To deploy apps protected by
Intune
, you must first configure the connection between
UEM
and
Intune
. For more information, see Connecting
BlackBerry UEM
to
Microsoft Azure
.
Intune
uses app protection policies to protect apps. To protect apps from the
UEM
management console, you create an
Intune
app protection profile. When you create or update an app protection profile in
UEM
, the settings are sent to
Intune
and update the settings in the corresponding app protection policy.
  • If you update the
    Intune
    app protection policy in the
    Azure
    portal, the changes are not synchronized with
    BlackBerry UEM
    . After you create an app protection profile in
    UEM
    , do not update the corresponding
    Intune
    policy within
    Azure
    . Modifying or deleting the
    Intune
    policy can prevent other users from activating
    BlackBerry Enterprise BRIDGE
    .
  • Creating an
    Intune
    policy in
    Azure
    and assign it to a directory-linked group that includes users that are managed by
    BlackBerry UEM
    is not supported.