Cortex Endpoint Isolation - Allowing Microsoft Intune

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Cortex Endpoint Isolation - Allowing Microsoft Intune

L0 Member

Anyone have tips on figuring out how to allow exceptions to successfully communication over the internet while an endpoint is in isolation? I would like Microsoft Intune to be able to continue to reach the device while the device is in isolation for the purpose of lock-down policy enforcement and location tracking. While I understand the isolation feature is designed for mitigation of a security compromised device, I would like to explorer using this feature as a method to ensure a user doesn't attempt to data dump their laptop upon an abrupt termination.


Any insight would be greatly appreciated! Thanks all!


L3 Networker

@rkaltenbach You can achieve this by using the agent profile under Prevention settings for policy management:

Policy Management > Prevention > Profile > Agent Profile > Response Actions




Supporting Documentation:




Kind Regards

Yes, I'm aware of where the exceptions go... Curious as to what the community has put there. Intune seems to rely on services, which are not executables. I believe this is my biggest hang-up here. I'm also not finding any good logging as to what the endpoint is trying to use to access the internet while in isolation.

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