How to Verify Your Current Intune Service Release Version
Anyone that works with Microsoft Intune has experienced this. You read about a newly released Intune preview feature that sounds enticing. You then logon to your Intune portal only to find its not there. What’s the deal?
Microsoft regularly releases new updates to the Intune platform at least once a month. Each service release includes new features, capabilities and bug fixes. Like regular Windows updates, these service releases are deployed using a phased approach. Not all tenants receive these service releases simultaneously, however. For instance, government related tenants are updated last. Some geographcial parts of the world receive them before others as well. This methodical approach is done to identify issues before being released to all Intune customers. If your Intune portal lacks a new feature you just read about, chances are it’s because you’re not running the latest Intune service release version yet.
The Tenant Status Page
There’s an easy way to find which service release version your Intune portal is currently running. Navigate to Tenant Administration and select Tenant Status. Here you will see the Service release version as shown in the screenshot below.
Here you will also find other information such as your Tenant name, Tenant Location, the number of licensed users present and the number of Intune enrolled devices. If you find that your Service release version doesn’t match up with the latest one you read about, just be patient and check back in a week.