Configure compliance policies with actions for noncompliance in Microsoft Intune (2023)

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As part of a compliance policy that protects your organizations resources from devices that don't meet your security requirements, compliance policies also include Actions for noncompliance. Actions for noncompliance are one or more time-ordered actions that are taken by a policy to help protect devices and your organization. As an example, an action for noncompliance can remotely lock a device to ensure it's protected, or send a notification to devices or users to help them understand and resolve the noncompliant status.


By default, each compliance policy includes the action for noncompliance of Mark device noncompliant with a schedule of zero days (0). The result of this default is when Intune detects a device isn't compliant, Intune immediately marks the device as noncompliant. After a device is marked as noncompliance, Azure Active Directory (AD) Conditional Access can block the device.

By configuring Actions for noncompliance you gain flexibility to decide what to do about noncompliant devices, and when to do it. For example, you might choose to not block the device immediately, and give the user a grace period to become compliant.

For each action you set, you can configure a schedule that determines when that action takes effect. The schedule is a number of days after the device is marked as noncompliant. You can also configure multiple instances of an action. When you set multiple instances of an action in a policy, the action runs again at that later scheduled time if the device remains non-compliant.

Not all actions are available for all platforms.


The Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center displays the schedule (days after noncompliance) in days. However it is possible to specify a more granular interval (hours), using decimal fractions such as 0.25 (6 hours), 0.5 (12 hours), 1.5 (36 hours), and so on. While other values are possible, they can only be configured using Microsoft Graph and not via the admin center. Attempting to use other values in the admin center, such as 0.33 (8 hours) will result in an error when attempting to save the policy.

Available actions for noncompliance

Following are the available actions for noncompliance:

  • Mark device non-compliant: By default, this action is set for each compliance policy and has a schedule of zero (0) days, marking devices as noncompliant immediately.

    When you change the default schedule, you provide a grace period in which a user can remediate issues or become compliant without being marked as non-compliant.

    This action is supported on all platforms supported by Intune.

  • Send email to end user: This action sends an email notification to the user.When you enable this action:

    • Select a Notification message template that this action sends. You Create a notification message template before you can assign one to this action. When you create the custom notification, you customize the message locale, subject, message body, and can include the company logo, company name, and other contact information.
    • Choose to send the message to more recipients by selecting one or more of your Azure AD Groups.

    Intune uses the email address defined in the end user's profile and not their user principal name (UPN). If there's no defined email address defined in the user's profile, then Intune doesn't send a notification email. When the email is sent, Intune includes details about the noncompliant device in the email notification.

    This action is supported on all platforms supported by Intune.


    In the commercial cloud, notification emails are sent from:

    In government clouds, notification emails are sent from:

    Ensure you do not have any mailbox policies that would prevent delivery of emails from these addresses, otherwise end users may not receive the email notification.

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  • Remotely lock the noncompliant device: Use this action to issue a remote lock of a device. The user is then prompted for a PIN or password to unlock the device. More on the Remote Lock feature.

    The following platforms support this action:

    • Android device administrator
    • Android (AOSP)
    • Android Enterprise:
      • Fully Managed
      • Dedicated
      • Corporate-Owned Work Profile
      • Personally Owned Work Profile
      • Android Enterprise kiosk devices
    • iOS/iPadOS
    • macOS
  • Retire the noncompliant device: This action removes all company data off the device and removes the device from Intune management.

    The following platforms support this action:

    • Android device administrator
    • Android (AOSP)
    • Android Enterprise:
      • Fully Managed
      • Dedicated
      • Corporate-Owned Work Profile
      • Personally Owned Work Profile
    • iOS/iPadOS
    • macOS
    • Windows 10/11

    When this action applies to a device, that device is added to a list of devices in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center at Devices > Compliance policies > Retire Noncompliant Devices. The device isn't retired until an admin takes explicit action to retire the device.


    Only devices to which the Retire the noncompliant device action has been triggered appear in the Retire Selected Devices view. To see a list of all devices that are not compliant, see the Noncompliant devices report mentioned in Monitor device compliance policy.

    To retire one or more devices from the list, select devices to retire and then select Retire Selected Devices. When you choose an action that retires devices, you're then presented with a dialog box to confirm the action. It's only after confirming the intent to retire the devices that they're cleared of company data and removed from Intune management.

    Other options include Retire All Devices, Clear All Devices Retire State, and Clear Selected Devices Retire State. Clearing the retire state for a device removes the device from the list of devices that can be retired until the action to Retire the noncompliant device is applied to that device again.

    Learn more about retiring devices.

  • Send push notification to end user: Configure this action to send a push notification about non-compliance to a device through the Company Portal app or Intune App on the device.

    The following platforms support this action:

    • Android device administrator
    • Android Enterprise:
      • Fully Managed
      • Dedicated
      • Corporate-Owned Work Profile
      • Personally Owned Work Profile
    • iOS/iPadOS

    The push notification is sent the first time a device checks in with Intune and is found to be non-compliant to the compliance policy. When a user selects the notification, the Company Portal app or Intune app opens and displays information about why they're non-compliant. The user can then take action to resolve the issue. The message details about non-compliance are generated by Intune and can't be customized.

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    Intune, the Company Portal app, and the Microsoft Intune app, can't guarantee delivery of a push notification. Notifications might show up after several hours of delay, if at all. This includes when users have turned off push notifications.

    Do not rely on this notification method for urgent messages.

    Each instance of the action sends a notification a single time. To send the same notification again from a policy, configure more instances of the action in that policy, each with a different schedule.

    For example, you might schedule the first action for zero days and then add a second instance of the action set to three days. This delay before the second notification gives the user a few days to resolve the issue, and avoid the second notification.

    To avoid spamming users with too many duplicate messages, review and streamline which compliance policies include a push notification for non-compliance, and review the schedules to avoid repeat notifications for the same too often.



The following actions for noncompliance are not supported for devices that are managed by a device compliance management partner:

  • Send push notification to end user
  • Remotely lock the noncompliant device
  • Retire the noncompliant device
  • Send push notification to end user

Before you begin

You can add actions for noncompliance when you configure device compliance policy, or later by editing the policy. You can add extra actions to each policy to meet your needs. Keep in mind that each compliance policy automatically includes the default action for noncompliance that marks devices as noncompliant, with a schedule set to zero days.

To use device compliance policies to block devices from corporate resources, Azure AD Conditional Access must be set up. See Conditional Access in Azure Active Directory or common ways to use Conditional Access with Intune for guidance.

To create a device compliance policy, see the following platform-specific guidance:

  • Android
  • Android (AOSP)
  • Android work profiles
  • iOS
  • macOS
  • Windows

Create a notification message template

To send email to your users, create a notification message template and associate that to your compliance policy as an action for noncompliance. Then, when a device is noncompliant, the details you enter in the template is shown in the email sent to your users.

A notification message template can include multiple messages that are each specified for a different locale. One local must be specified as the default.

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When you specify multiple messages and locales, non-compliant end users receive the appropriate localized message based on their O365 preferred language. Intune sends the default message to users that haven’t set a preferred language or when the template doesn’t include a specific message for their locale.

To create the template

  1. Sign in to the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center.

  2. Select Endpoint security > Device compliance > Notifications > Create notification.

  3. On the Basics page, configure the following settings:

    • Name - Give the template a friendly name to help you identify it.
    • Email header – Include company logo (default = Enable) - The logo you upload as part of the Company Portal branding is used for email templates. For more information about Company Portal branding, see Company identity branding customization.
    • Email footer – Include company name (default = Enable)
    • Email footer – Include contact information (default = Enable)
    • Company Portal Website Link (default = Disable) - When set to Enable, the email includes a link to the Company Portal website.

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    Select Next to continue.

  4. On the Notification message templates page, configure one or more messages. For each message, specify the following details:

    • Locale
    • Subject
    • Message body text


    The maximum number of characters for the Subject is 78, and the maximum number of characters for the message body text is 2000.

    Before continuing, you must select the checkbox for Is Default for one of the messages. Only one message can be set as default. To delete a message, select the ellipsis (...) and then Delete.

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    Select Next to continue.

  5. Under Review + create, review your configurations to ensure the notification message template is ready to use. Select Create to complete creation of the notification.

View and edit notifications

Notifications that have been created are available in the Compliance policies > Notifications page. From the page you can select a notification to view its configuration and:

  • Select Send preview email to send a preview of the notification email to the account you've used to sign in to Intune.

    To successfully send the preview email, your account must have permissions equal to those of the following Azure AD groups or Intune roles: Azure AD Global Administrator, Intune Administrator (Intune Azure AD Intune Service Administrator), or Intune Policy and Profile Manager.

  • Select Edit for Basics or Scope tags to make a change.

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Add actions for noncompliance

When you create a device compliance policy, Intune automatically creates an action for noncompliance. If a device isn't meeting your compliance policy, this action marks the device as not compliant. You can customize how long the device is marked as not compliant. This action can't be removed.

You can add optional actions when you create a compliance policy, or update an existing policy.

  1. Sign in to the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center.

  2. Select Devices > Compliance policies > Policies, select one of your policies, and then select Properties.

    Don't have a policy yet? Create an Android, iOS, Windows, or other platform policy.


    Devices managed by third-party device compliance partners that are targeted with device groups cannot receive compliance actions at this time.

  3. Select Actions for noncompliance > Add.

  4. Select your Action:

    • Send email to end users: When the device is noncompliant, choose to email the user. Also:

      • Choose the Message template you previously created
      • Enter any Additional recipients by selecting groups
    • Remotely lock the noncompliant device: When the device is noncompliant, lock the device. This action forces the user to enter a PIN or passcode to unlock the device.

    • Retire the noncompliant device: When the device is noncompliant, remove all company data off the device and remove the device from Intune management.

    • Send push notification to end user: Configure this action to send a push notification about non-compliance to a device through the Company Portal app or Intune App on the device.

  5. Configure a Schedule: Enter the number of days (0 to 365) after noncompliance to trigger the action on users' devices. After this grace period, you can enforce a conditional access policy. If you enter 0 (zero) number of days, then conditional access takes effect immediately. For example, if a device is noncompliant, use conditional access to block access to email, SharePoint, and other organization resources immediately.

    When you create a compliance policy, the Mark device noncompliant action is automatically created, and automatically set to 0 days (immediately). With this action, when the device checks-in with Intune and evaluates the policy, if it isn't compliant to that policy Intune immediately marks that device as noncompliant. If the client checks-in at a later time after remediating the issues that lead to noncompliance, its status will update to its new compliance status. If you use Conditional Access, those policies also apply as soon as a device is marked as noncompliant. To set a grace period to allow for a condition of noncompliance to be remediated before the device is marked as noncompliant, change the Schedule on the Mark device noncompliant action.

    In your compliance policy, for example, you also want to notify the user. You can add the Send email to end user action. On this Send email action, you set the Schedule to two days. If the device or end user is still evaluated as non-compliant on day two, then your email is sent on day two. If you want to email the user again on day five of noncompliance, then add another action, and set the Schedule to five days.

    For more information on compliance, and the built-in actions, see the compliance overview.

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  6. When finished, select Add > OK to save your changes.

Next steps

Monitor your policies.


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How does Intune check compliance? ›

Intune follows the device check-in schedule for all compliance evaluations on the device. Learn more about the device check-in schedule. Descriptions of the different device compliance policy states: Compliant: The device successfully applied one or more device compliance policy settings.

How do you implement a compliance policy? ›

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  2. Create program oversight. ...
  3. Provide training and education. ...
  4. Establish two-way communication at all levels. ...
  5. Implement a monitoring and auditing system. ...
  6. Enforce consistent discipline.
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Use the built-in Troubleshoot pane
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  2. Choose Select user > select the user having an issue > Select.
  3. Confirm that Intune license shows the green check: Helpful links: ...
  4. Under Devices, find the device having an issue.
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How do I make my device compliant in Azure? ›

Under Access controls > Grant.
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Where is device restriction settings in Intune? ›

Profile: Select Device restrictions. Or, select Templates > Device restrictions. To create a device restrictions profile for Windows 10 Team devices, such as Surface Hub, then choose Device restrictions (Windows 10 Team).

How do I check my Intune enrollment failure? ›

Sign in to the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center and select Troubleshooting + support > Select user. Choose a user > Select. Under Enrollment failures, select a row to view more details about the failure and recommended remediation steps.

How do I get a patch compliance report from Intune? ›

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  • Enforcement.
  • Responding To Issues.

Can Microsoft Intune replace Group Policy? ›

With Group Policy analytics, it's possible Intune can replace your on-premises GPOs. Windows 10/11 devices are inherently cloud native. So depending on your configuration, these devices might not require access to an on-premises Active Directory.

How do I create a conditional access policy Intune? ›

Create the Conditional Access policy
  1. Sign in to the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center.
  2. Select Endpoint security > Conditional Access > Policies > New policy. ...
  3. Under Assignments, select Users or workload identities to configure the Identities in the directory that the policy applies to.
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Does Intune or Group Policy take precedence? ›

Many Intune settings are similar to settings that you might configure with Windows Group Policy. However, it is possible that, at times, the two methods might conflict with each another. When conflicts happen, domain-level Group Policy takes precedence over Intune policy, unless the PC can't sign in to the domain.

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  • Status Accounting. ...
  • Finally, Audit.
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  • Prevent access to the command prompt. ...
  • Deny all removable storage access. ...
  • Prohibit users from installing unwanted software. ...
  • Reinforce guest account status settings. ...
  • Do not store LAN Manager hash values on next password changes.

How do you configure Group Policy? ›

Windows offers a Group Policy management Console (GPMC) to manage and configure Group Policy settings.
  1. Step 1- Log in to the domain controller as administrator. ...
  2. Step 2 - Launch the Group Policy Management Tool. ...
  3. Step 3 - Navigate to the desired OU. ...
  4. Step 4 - Edit the Group Policy.

What are the three types of security policies Where would each be used? ›

A: Three types of security policies in common use are program policies, issue-specific policies, and system-specific policies. Program policies are the highest-level and generally set the tone of the entire information security program. Issue-specific policies deal with a specific issues like email privacy.

Which two items are required for a configuration setting? ›

Each Configuration Item must include the following:
  • Name and description.
  • Category (and possibly sub-categories, if applicable)
  • Direct relationships with other Configuration Items.
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What is a configuration example? ›

When you position items into any spatial arrangement, you are creating a configuration, or specific shape. For example, scientists refer to the specific, bonded arrangement of atoms to make a molecule as a configuration.

How do you enforce an Intune policy? ›

If a policy or application is sent to the device Intune will try to notify the device within five minutes, otherwise the device should check in every 24 hours. To force the policy sync on a device open the Start menu and select Settings. Select Accounts. Select Work access then the organization you are subscribed to.

How do you deploy a policy on Intune? ›

In the App protection policies pane, select the policy you want to change. In the Intune App Protection pane, select Properties. Next to the section titled Apps, select Edit. The Apps page allows you to choose how you want to apply this policy to apps on different devices.

Which type of deployment action should you configure using Intune policies? ›

Which type of deployment action should you configure using Intune policies? You would choose Available for enrolled devices install. This deploys the app to the Intune Company Portal so that users can decide whether they want to install it on their devices or not.

What is built in compliance policy Intune? ›

This policy can be used to ensure that only approved devices are enrolled in Intune and that the user's data is protected. Whenever we enroll any device in intune, no matter whether it's Android, Ios, macOS and Windows, they will receive this Built-in compliance Policy automatically.

How do I check my device compliance Intune? ›

View compliance reports
  1. Sign in to the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center.
  2. Select Devices > Monitor, and then from below Compliance select the report you want to view. Some of the available compliance reports include: Device compliance. Noncompliant devices. Devices without compliance policy. Setting compliance.
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What Microsoft tool can you use to track your compliance? ›

Microsoft Compliance Manager measures your compliance through a centralized dashboard (shown above). Based on the compliance guidelines your organization is required or chooses to meet, this tool will collect information, identify issues, and confirm your progress.

Has a compliance policy assigned 65001 not applicable? ›

The error message "Not applicable" means the device can't receive the policy. In Intune portal, you can check the compliance policy settings, and make sure the configuration settings are correct. For more details about monitoring device compliance policy, please click the following link.

How do I assign a policy in Azure? ›

Create a policy assignment
  1. Launch the Azure Policy service in the Azure portal by selecting All services, then searching for and selecting Policy.
  2. Select Assignments on the left side of the Azure Policy page. ...
  3. Select Assign Policy from the top of the Policy - Assignments page.
Jul 12, 2022

What is the purpose of compliance policies and procedures? ›

Enforcing compliance helps your company prevent and detect violations of rules, which protects your organization from fines and lawsuits. The compliance process should be ongoing. Many organizations establish a program to consistently and accurately govern their compliance policies over time.

What is device compliance policy? ›

A conditional access policy works like an if–then statement. If your device is compliant, then it is granted access. Non-compliant devices are not granted access. You can also monitor device compliance and troubleshoot compliance-related issues in Intune by going to Devices > Overview > Compliance status.

What is compliance policy in Azure? ›

Azure Policy helps to enforce organizational standards and to assess compliance at-scale. Through its compliance dashboard, it provides an aggregated view to evaluate the overall state of the environment, with the ability to drill down to the per-resource, per-policy granularity.

How do you configure and enable risk policies? ›

Enable sign-in risk policy for MFA
  1. Select the Sign-in risk policy from the menu on the left-hand side.
  2. By default, the policy applies to All users. ...
  3. Under Conditions, choose Select conditions > Select a risk level, then choose Medium and above.
  4. Choose Select, then Done.
  5. Under Access, choose Select a control.
Aug 25, 2022

How do I create a custom policy in Azure portal? ›

The approach to creating a custom policy follows these steps:
  1. Identify your business requirements.
  2. Map each requirement to an Azure resource property.
  3. Map the property to an alias.
  4. Determine which effect to use.
  5. Compose the policy definition.
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Which tool within Azure helps you track your compliance? ›

Which tool within Azure helps you to track your compliance with various international standards and government laws? Compliance Manager will track your own compliance with various standards and laws.

How do I create a conditional access policy in Intune? ›

Create the Conditional Access policy
  1. Sign in to the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center.
  2. Select Endpoint security > Conditional Access > Policies > New policy. ...
  3. Under Assignments, select Users or workload identities to configure the Identities in the directory that the policy applies to.
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How do you resolve conflicts in Intune? ›

If there's a conflict and you have multiple policies, then check all the places you've configured policies. Also, the built-in reporting features can help with conflicts. For more information on the available reports, go to Intune reports.


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