In the June update for Microsoft Intune it also came with the release of Conditional Access to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online.
This blog post is not about Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online – but a post about securing access to CRM.
Go into http://manage.microsoft.com Policy -> Conditional Access -> Dynamic CRM Online Policy
Prereq to enable this feature is you need a Dynamics active subscription – in the test environment it can be a trail license.
Select : Enable conditional access policy
Then the policy can be configured.
In this first release it is only possible to apply the policy for IOS and Android.
Like any other conditional access policy in Intune you need to select a target group.
And it is possible to select and exempt group also.
How does it looks like from a user perspective:
Start the Dynamics CRM app from a IOS device
When trying to access CRM from a IOS device that are non compliant you get this message.
Enroll the device by following the link.
Get the device Enrolled and compliant.
Then you have access to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online
Hi Per hope you are doing well.
Thanks for the wonderful article ?
Does the same can be applied to Dynamics CRM On-Premise ?