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MC697414 – (Updated) New Feature: Alerts for Windows Autopatch policy conflicts Public Preview announcement (archived)

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check before: 2023-12-26

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Azure Active Directory, Entra, Entra ID, Intune, Microsoft 365 admin center, Windows Autopatch

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World tenant, Web

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Admin impact, Updated message

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Summary:
Microsoft is announcing a public preview of a new feature called Alerts for Windows Autopatch policy conflicts. IT admins will be able to see, review, and act on Intune policy conflicts that impact the Windows Autopatch service. The public preview will take place by mid-April 2024. No action is required to prepare.

Details:
Updated February 28, 2024: We have updated the availability timing below. Thank you for your patience.
IT admins will be able to see, review and act on Intune policy conflicts that impact the Windows Autopatch service. When the Windows Autopatch service detects a policy or policies in the tenant that conflict with a setting or settings in another Intune device policy, Tenant admins must review conflicting policies, impacted settings and manually resolve the conflict/s so the Autopatch service can be restored to all service-managed devices.
[When will this happen:]
The public preview will take place by mid-April 2024. The Policy health view will be available within the Windows Autopatch blade in your tenant when it is released.

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Created:
2023-12-12

updated:
2024-02-29

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2024-02-29MC Last Updated01/24/2024 19:46:242024-02-29T00:34:06Z
2024-02-29MC MessagesUpdated January 24, 2024: We have updated the availability timing below. Thank you for your patience.
IT admins will be able to see, review and act on Intune policy conflicts that impact the Windows Autopatch service. When the Windows Autopatch service detects a policy or policies in the tenant that conflict with a setting or settings in another Intune device policy, Tenant admins must review conflicting policies, impacted settings and manually resolve the conflict/s so the Autopatch service can be restored to all service-managed devices.
[When will this happen:]
The public preview will take place on February 26, 2024. The Policy health view will be available within the Windows Autopatch blade in your tenant.
Updated February 28, 2024: We have updated the availability timing below. Thank you for your patience.
IT admins will be able to see, review and act on Intune policy conflicts that impact the Windows Autopatch service. When the Windows Autopatch service detects a policy or policies in the tenant that conflict with a setting or settings in another Intune device policy, Tenant admins must review conflicting policies, impacted settings and manually resolve the conflict/s so the Autopatch service can be restored to all service-managed devices.
[When will this happen:]
The public preview will take place by mid-April 2024. The Policy health view will be available within the Windows Autopatch blade in your tenant when it is released.
2024-02-29MC End Time03/25/2024 09:00:002024-06-03T10:00:00Z
2024-02-29MC SummaryMicrosoft is announcing a public preview of a new feature called Alerts for Windows Autopatch policy conflicts. IT admins will be able to see, review, and act on Intune policy conflicts that impact the Windows Autopatch service. The public preview will take place by mid-April 2024. No action is required to prepare.
2024-01-25MC MessagesIT admins will be able to see, review and act on Intune policy conflicts that impact the Windows Autopatch service. When the Windows Autopatch service detects a policy or policies in the tenant that conflict with a setting or settings in another Intune device policy, Tenant admins must review conflicting policies, impacted settings and manually resolve the conflict/s so the Autopatch service can be restored to all service-managed devices.
[When will this happen:]
The public preview will take place on January 22, 2024. The Policy health view will be available within the Windows Autopatch blade in your tenant.
Updated January 24, 2024: We have updated the availability timing below. Thank you for your patience.
IT admins will be able to see, review and act on Intune policy conflicts that impact the Windows Autopatch service. When the Windows Autopatch service detects a policy or policies in the tenant that conflict with a setting or settings in another Intune device policy, Tenant admins must review conflicting policies, impacted settings and manually resolve the conflict/s so the Autopatch service can be restored to all service-managed devices.
[When will this happen:]
The public preview will take place on February 26, 2024. The Policy health view will be available within the Windows Autopatch blade in your tenant.
2024-01-25MC TitleNew Feature: Alerts for Windows Autopatch policy conflicts Public Preview announcement(Updated) New Feature: Alerts for Windows Autopatch policy conflicts Public Preview announcement
2024-01-25MC Last Updated12/12/2023 01:11:392024-01-24T19:46:24Z
2024-01-25MC MessageTagNamesAdmin impactUpdated message, Admin impact
2024-01-25MC End Time02/12/2024 09:00:002024-03-25T09:00:00Z

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