Intune Company Portal

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Intune Company Portal

Microsoft Corporation,


Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Android Business 5.0.4003.0 March 22, 2018 2.43

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Version 5.0.4003.0 released on March 22, 2018
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Version 5.0.3938.0 released on January 17, 2018
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Version 5.0.3838.0 released on October 09, 2017
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Version 5.0.3791.0 released on August 23, 2017

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App Description

The Company Portal provides access to corporate apps and resources from almost any network. Your company must already subscribe to Microsoft Intune, and your IT admin must set up your account before you can use this app.

Features:
• Enroll to access corporate resources
• Browse and install company apps
• View and manage all your enrolled devices
• View IT department contact information
• Change your work account password
• Unenroll or remotely wipe devices

Important: This app requires you to use your work account to enroll in Intune. Some functionality is unavailable in certain countries. If you have issues with this app or questions about its use (including your company’s privacy policy) contact your IT administrator and not Microsoft, your network operator, or your device manufacturer.

https://docs.microsoft.com/Intune/EndUser/using-your-android-device-with-intune

How to uninstall Company Portal:
Before you can uninstall Company Portal, you need to unenroll your device from Intune first. Here are the steps:

1) Follow these directions to unenroll: https://docs.microsoft.com/intune/enduser/unenroll-your-device-from-intune-android
2) Now, you can uninstall Company Portal like you would any other app

App Screenshots

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Intune Company Portal Ranking History | Business

Intune Company Portal daily app ranking in Business category for the last 30 days.

Intune Company Portal Worldwide Rankings | Business

Intune Company Portal rankings per country in Business category.

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