Identify Intune managed ActiveSync devices

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Identify Intune managed ActiveSync devices

L1 Bithead

Our management decided to move our mobile devices from a 3rd party MDM (which included an email client, VPN tunnel, AS proxy, etc.) to Intune. Now I have to open our Exchange server to the world via Palo. Is there any way to identify our Intune managed devices, so only our managed omegle devices can pass through the firewall? Without that, with user/pass combination everybody can reach the exchange server and I want to avoid it if it's possible.

I see there is a Palo MDM but afaik that's totally different product and you have purchase separately.

Or is there any better approach? I've tried to configure an always-on VPN but Android's Outlook does not care about the manually configured server parameter still try to connect via Microsoft cloud, 3rd party client's works fine, but they want Android Outlook...


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