Microsoft Intune service description



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The messages in the Office Message Center are targeted. The Office admin mobile app allows you to search through all the messages and to forward the notification if you wanted to share it with peers in your organization.

You can monitor Intune service health in the Office management portal. Choose Service Health in the left pane. You can also use the Office Admin mobile app to view service health. To help you plan for service changes, we notify you at least days prior to the service change, depending on the impact of the change. These changes might include any of the following types of change:. Changes to the end-user experience that you may want to share with your helpdesk staff or your end users.

Changes that require you to take action are called Plan for Change and typically provide about 30 days notice. In the Office Message Center the Category specifically says Plan for Change, and if we have an exact date for when the change is in production, we also put in an Act By date and that gives you a visual queue and an explanation mark.

For most deprecations, we prefer to provide 90 days notice of that deprecation. For example, a browser company provided notice that they would no longer support Silverlight with their latest build, so we let customers know we were dropping support of that browser, but our notification to customers under the day period.

Intune runs in the Azure portal, which supports these languages: The Intune Admin Console and the user-facing mobile experiences support Danish, Greek, Finnish, Norwegian, and Romanian, in addition to all the languages that the Azure portal supports. Our new feedback system is built on GitHub Issues.

Read about this change in our blog post. With Intune, you can: Manage the mobile devices your workforce uses to access company data. Manage the client apps your workforce uses. Protect your company information by helping to control the way your workforce accesses and shares it. Ensure devices and apps are compliant with company security requirements. Note If your organization has a Microsoft Online Services work or school account, and you might continue with this Intune subscription in production after the trial period ends, then choose the Sign in option on that page and authenticate by using the Global Administrator account for your organization.

Note You can monitor Intune service health in the Office management portal. There is currently no way to just set a font for a single column. Change Font - Click the check box to override the default font for the column. Rest of options - Choose your font. Sample Text - This shows a preview of the actual font that will be used. If a column inherits a font, then that font will be shown here.

Additional fonts for child columns - These options only appear for a group column. These are fonts not used by the group column itself, but by subcolumns of the group. It's a convenient place to change a font for all the subcolumns. These options are for the orientation horizontal or vertical of the text. Horizontal - Make the text horizontal by default. Vertical - Make the text be on its side by default. Auto Flip Label - Let the program automatically change the orientation if it thinks doing so would make it more readable.

The program will look at each label individually to make this assessment. Add Blank Column - Insert an empty column. This is useful if you want to reserve space in the diagram which you will later fill in by hand in a graphics program. Add Age Column - Insert another Age column. This will be inserted at the end of the group and the new Age column will automatically be a mirror of the single default one.

Useful for large diagrams where the age scale is physically far away. Show Name Labels - Add a little label to show the name of the event. Ranges - Generate a range chart. There is a line connecting each first occurrence with its last occurrence. Single events are currently not displayed. Note that these individual ranges can take up a lot of space and so the column will make itself as wide as it needs to be to show all data in the current time interval.

Sort by - Specifies how the ranges should be sorted. Left Justified - The time ticks are on the left side of the column. If you click "Add Age Column" in the options of a Grouping column then this is the default. Right Justified - The time ticks are on the right side of the column. Font Options This tab specifies the default fonts for the generated image.

Load the datafile built into the program while discarding all current data and settings. Recommended for most uses. Add Data From File - Load another datafile, appending its columns into the currently loaded set. Use this if you have custom or updated data. Replace Data with File - Load another datafile while discarding all current data and settings. Save SVG - This option is enabled once an image is generated.

Save PDF - This option is enabled once an image is generated. It lets you save the image as a PDF file. Note that the text in the resulting file is not selectable or editable.

Exit - Quits the program. Here you can set how you want your image to look. See below for more info about this window. Generate Chart - Once you've set your settings, this option will actually create the image. Note that generating an image can be slow for large time intervals and many selected options, especially on slower computers. Tour - a longer tutorial that walks you through generating an image along with some other information.

Features reference - this guide. License - The license to this software. It is nearly identical to the Apache License version 2. File Format info - a document listing all the options available in the datafile, in case you'd like to create your own. It is recommened that you use an already working datafile as a template, using this document as a reference. About - Copyright, version, and a quick FAQ. Settings Window There are three different tabs in the Settings window. This is a shortcut to clicking "Close" then "Generate Chart" Choose Time Interval This tab lets you select when you'd like your diagram to start Top of Interval and when you'd like it to end Base of Interval Both of these are selected in two ways: There are also other options: Standardized time scale colors: Font options Click "Fonts" to show this dialog.

Zone Columns These columns display text. Graph Columns These columns display graphs. Points - Check this if you'd like each datapoint to have an icon.

Choose between a square, a circle, or a cross. Line - Check this if you'd like a line to connect the datapoints. Fill - Check this if you'd like the area between the datapoints and the right margin to be filled with a color.

Click Choose to pick the color. The smoothing creates a cubic Bezier curve. Range - The range of the data to display. Either enter one manually, or click auto to find one which shows all points with a small margin on each side.

Currently the auto range is based on the entire dataset, not just the visible one. Show Scale - Check this if you'd like a line to show a scale on top of the column. So in the given example there will be a tick at 0, 1.

Changing the "Start" to 1 would mean a tick at