How to adjust your Microsoft Endpoint Manager - Multi-Tenant sync settings

Use this article to adjust any sync settings for your Microsoft Endpoint Manager - Multi-Tenant integration in ScalePad Lifecycle Manager. Navigate to Settings Integrations, and click Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Multi-Tenant).


Microsoft Defender for Endpoint (optional)

This setting ensures Lifecycle Manager will sync information about whether Microsoft Defender for Endpoint is active on the hardware assets we pull in from Microsoft Endpoint Manager.

 


Only sync assets checked-in

This setting will make Lifecycle Manager only sync in hardware assets that have last checked into Microsoft Endpoint Manager, within certain time frames.

  1. Select an option from the drop-down menu

    1. Within past 30 days

    2. Within past 60 days

    3. Within past 90 days

    4. All assets (no check-in limit)

  2. Click Save Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Multi-Tenant) Setup

Two-Way Sync
Although we'd love to, Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Multi-Tenant) does not allow us to write back warranty dates. We hope Microsoft will add this missing functionality soon.


Sync assets without serial numbers (optional)

While we're unable to perform warranty look-ups on hardware assets without serial numbers, there is value to adding these assets to your Lifecycle Manager account.

  1. Select the Include hardware assets without serial numbers box

  2. Click Save Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Multi-Tenant) Setup


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