MDM Display name in AAD is

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MDM name reflecting as “System Center Configuration Manager” in AAD Portal for 7000+ Win10 machines. All  these Machines are  enrolled into Intune using Co-Management.
MDM authority is set to “Intune”

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This should be “Microsoft Intune”.

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Ram Anjaneya 4 months 2020-12-08T13:01:59+05:30 5 Answers 72 views Beginner 0

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    2020-12-09T09:39:45+05:30

    These computers reflect in Intune. Last activity status updated with current date/time. We don’t have “MDM” column in Intune ( endpoint.microsoft.com/)

    All of sudden ? I have enrolled devices into Intune a month back. They are in same state since they are enrolled ( from 30 days ).

    Yes , they are enrolled by co-mgmt and managed by Configmgr also. But MDM column value in AAD should show as “Microsoft Intune”. But its showing as “System Center configuration manager”

  1. And what is it shows in Intune portal?

    I have seen all the newly enrolled devices (Hybrid Azure AD joined) show managed by Configuration Manager for initial 2-3 minutes then it will get automatically changed to Intune.

    Does this happen all of sudden?

    And Enrolled in Intune using co-management.. so these are managed by ConfigMgr as well isn’t it …

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      2020-12-09T09:39:26+05:30

      These computers reflect in Intune. Last activity status updated with current date/time. We don’t have “MDM” column in Intune ( endpoint.microsoft.com/)

      All of sudden ? I have enrolled devices into Intune a month back. They are in same state since they are enrolled ( from 30 days ).

      Yes , they are enrolled by co-mgmt and managed by Configmgr also. But MDM column value in AAD should show as “Microsoft Intune”. But its showing as “System Center configuration manager”

      • But it make sense to change to ConfigMgr if it’s co-managed by both Intune and SCCM.

        Why do we need Inutne there?

        I’m trying to understand the business requirement

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          2020-12-14T12:31:58+05:30

          I had some issues on PCs where MDM is “System Center Configuration manager” wrt policies of Intune.

          Yes , its better to re-name as “ConfigMgr”. I will submit user voice feedback.

          I found those issues are related to compliance of device.
          we can close this thread. Thanks for the response.

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