There needs to be a way to export all policies to a file - preferable a csv file.
I’m going to call this “release in progress” because after you have access to the Intune on Azure portal, you can use the Graph API to export anything. Not to a CSV file, sorry, but definitely exportable. Migrations are currently in progress. I’ll wait until we are done to say this is complete, though.
Hi Cathy, we need this because there is no search feature or any way to find which policies are available. When trying to port over compliance requirements we have no way to see what is available for configuration, or where it is located. Thanks.
I don't think we need to explain why exporting a massive list features and their options needs an export function, so I will simply +1 this. Thanks.
Will this export that is being released allow for importing the same into another tenant?
Please provide a way to export policy Behaviors to an excel.
Is there any engineer (not developer) level example how to export the intune configuration using the Graph API?
this definitely is required, when you have a huge list of applications that you can't copy and paste out is rather annoying, this would also enable backing up policies in the event something bad happens or someone messes with a policy they shouldn't have
We also like to have this feature to make a export of the Intune policies , this will be useful for our compliancy officer and for the ISO 27001 and ISAE 3402 Type II and GMP audits
Are there any plans to include an export feature or is there a way around it?
The export facility would be very helpful when demonstrating the differences between policies to people in meetings and useful for demonstrating what is required for compliance in reports.
Jan Schouls commented
I also would like to have this functionality. Right now I'm documenting our implementation and I'm surprised that there is no way to export the policies to a csv or something familiair.
Will Smit commented
I am in just about the same position as Philip Weiss commented in this thread
Phil Evans commented
+1 - I'm always setting up customer POCs and then need to move config to live. MS Partner.
As someone who is testing Intune for MSP, exporting the policies would be nice feature. Also a bonus if they can also be imported to another tenant.
I would add that we should be able to easily print the policies as well as export them - policy documentation purposes.
Philip Weiss commented
Hi Cathy, Allowing an export feature would enable InTune administrators to easily document the configuration and compliance policies. This would come in handy when making changes to the policy and in presenting it to management.
Right now I am presenting InTune to management as a mobile device management solution and I have to actually sign in and go through each policy - whereas an export feature would allow me to simply print up the policies and present it to them. I've noticed several people have requested this feature. Most enterprise programs I've used have some sort of export feature enabled. It would definetly help! Thank you.