Chromebook in Intune? Yes/No?

Chromebook in Intune? Yes/No?

So, is it possible to enroll Chromebook into Intune in the same way as a Windows device? In short, no. However, it is possible to protect the Application and Data. All it requires is a little manipulation surrounding several security policies. As you can see here, my Chromebook has installed Microsoft Onedrive and Teams. Whilst the App does reside on the Chromebook, there is no associated data and with the lack of available Apps in the Google Store, you’re pretty much using to access most things. So as long as you have protected the data in such a way that you cannot download, this is pretty much the extend of “managing” your Chromebook.

In essence, you will need to create an Application Protection Policy which covers the Applications you’re concerned about and then create a Conditional Access Policy which targets these devices and applies the Application Protection Policy. Which loosely translates to I am running an unmanaged device (Chromebook), I have installed Onedrive and Teams, please apply the Application Policy against me in order to apply various security data parameters.

Application Protection Policy. > Apps > Policy > App protection policies

The configuration within here is of my selection, welcome to use the same settings. But the key thing is make sure it applies to your Unmanaged Chromebook Device.

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