Configure BlackBerry UEM to synchronize with Microsoft Intune in BlackBerry UEM
BlackBerry UEMto synchronize with
Microsoft Entra IDand create an enterprise endpoint in
Entra. For more information, see Create an enterprise endpoint in Entra.
The Client Credentials authentication method has been removed in BlackBerry UEM 12.14 and later. For existing servers that have been upgraded to UEM 12.14, the administrator must take action to migrate the configuration to Modern Authentication. New integrations created in BlackBerry UEM 12.14 or later will not have the Client Credentials option available. For more information, visit support.blackberry.com/community to read article 80612.
- Log in to theBlackBerry UEMmanagement console.
- ClickSettings > External Integration > Microsoft Intune.
- Enter the the following information that you copied from theEntraportal when you created the enterprise app inEntra:
- Azure Tenant ID: The ID of the Azure Active Directory where you registered the app
- Client ID: The application ID generated by theEntraapp registration
- Client key: The client secret generated by theEntraapp registration
- Confirm theReply URL. TheReply URLfield is automatically populated with the web address of theBlackBerry UEMmanagement console. This URL is required when you create the enterprise endpoint inMicrosoft Entra ID. For more information, see connecting BlackBerry UEM to Microsoft Azure.The Reply URL is automatically derived from the %AdminPortalURL% default variable. By default, this variable will be set to the first UEM Core server installed in the environment. This variable can be modified by going to Settings > General Settings > Default Variables. For more information, see theBlackBerry UEMManaging device configurations content.