Configure BlackBerry UEM to synchronize with Microsoft Intune Skip Navigation

Configure 
BlackBerry UEM
 to synchronize with 
Microsoft Intune

Connect 
BlackBerry UEM
 to 
Microsoft Azure
 and create an enterprise endpoint in Azure. For more information see the, on-premises Configuration content or the UEM Cloud Configuration content
  1. Click 
    Settings > External Integration > Microsoft Intune
    .
  2. Enter the information you copied from the 
    Azure
     portal when you created the enterprise application in 
    Azure
    .
    • Azure Tenant ID
      : The ID of the 
      Azure
       Active Directory where you registered the application
    • Client ID
      : The application ID generated by the 
      Azure
       application registration
    • Client key
      : The client secret generated by the 
      Azure
       application registration
    For more information see the, on-premises Configuration content or the UEM Cloud Configuration content.
  3. Select one of the following authentications options: 
    • Client credentials authentication
      : Enter username and password. The username is the administrator account that 
      BlackBerry UEM
       uses to access 
      Intune
      . Visit https://support.blackberry.com/community to read article 50341 for information on the permissions required for the 
      Intune
       administrator account. The password is the password for the 
      Intune
       administrator account. 
    • Modern authentication
      : This option allows you to authenticate to a federated identity provider using modern authentication. The 
      Reply URL
       field is automatically populated with the web address of the 
      BlackBerry UEM
       management console. This URL is required when you create the enterprise endpoint in 
      Microsoft Azure
       . For more information see the, on-premises Configuration content or the UEM Cloud Configuration content.
  4. Click 
    Next
    .