Currently, if an IT professional wants to either test Windows intune features or demo the features to potential customers, you have to sign up for a trial. Features change so often though, and (my customers anyway) often want to see what the product does and you end up signing up for multiple trials and rebuilding your lab/ PoC environment. My MSDN subscription includes $150 of Azure Credit, Intune should be there as well29 votes
Azure credits work differently than trial accounts, as you’ve seen.
One thing some people don’t realize is, we have no limit to the number of trial Intune tenants you can create for a single email address. Believe me, I’ve created dozens on my Microsoft email address. We don’t care how many you create, though there is a limit that each tenant can have only one trial account. I know, it means you have to keep recreating environments, but at least it lets you see what’s new any time you want.
If you are a Microsoft Partner, we have benefits that help with this. You can check out https://wpc.microsoft.com.
Hi, Carl, can you give us more information about what you mean? What are the specific uses cases you are looking for?
Although Azure support is nice, Windows Hello Biometric support should be brought to On-Premise Active Directory.1 vote
Hi, Joe – not sure where this has anything to do with Microsoft Intune – should this maybe go instead to https://feedback.azure.com/forums/34192--general-feedback?
I cannot fix the errors in my profile like mobile phone number1 vote
Hi – we’d like to help you, but we’d need more information than this. It really helps to tell us:
1) what you’re trying to do
2) what you expected to happen as a result
3) what actually happened
Or, just call our support team – it’s free! – and they can help you
I would like to try Intune while I'm having an O365 tenant. When selecting connect from http://aka.ms/TryMS nothing refer to my O365 tenant
I would like to try Intune while I'm having an O365 tenant. When selecting connect from http://aka.ms/TryMS nothing refer to my O365 tenant.
Make it clear that I'll add thr trial to the same O365 tenant by adding the tenant name or the logged in user1 vote
When you go to sign up for a trial, the page gives you two options – “sign up” or “sign in”
“If your company is already using Microsoft Online Services for services such as Microsoft Office 365, we recommend that you use the same user ID to sign up. Learn more about why it is important to sign up with the same User ID. Sign in .”
So you should click the sign in link and sign in as your O365 tenant and then you should add an Intune trial account to that tenant. However, if someone has already added a trial account to that tenant and it has expired, that’s it, you can’t add another one.
This is the link to the “learn more” topic referenced on that page.
Hope that helps!
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