Monitoring Intune Enrollment Limits

Enrollment Limits and Restrictions are an excellent feature in both Azure AD and Intune, but they are always worth keeping an eye on before a user receives a new device and is greeted with a lovely error message.

Whilst you can log into Azure AD or Intune, count the devices assigned to a user (or enrolled by), check the AAD limit, check which AAD group they are in, check which policy the group is attached to (plus the priority if assigned to more than one), it’s all a bit long-winded.

Fortunately, this is all accessible via the amazing powers of Graph so I have put together a script to do the work for you.

As usual, you can get the script from PSGallery:

Install-Script -Name check-intune-user-enrollments

Or from GitHub Here

In non-automated mode, simply authenticate to Graph and it will present a popup of users who are at or over either limit:

You can filter at the top for larger environments and it will show you which item is hitting the limit (Managed/Intune or Registered/AAD) as well as their total number of devices.

Selecting a user and clicking OK will give a list of their Registered and Intune Managed devices as well as the enrollment date and the date last seen as well as that users personal limits in the Title field:

The script automatically checks the group memberships for the users and finds which Intune enrollment policies are applied to the groups. If multiple are detected, it finds the one with the highest priority.

To try and improve speed for larger environments, the initial Graph calls populate arrays which are then used later to grab the data.


Of course, as with most of my scripts, you can set this to run in an Automation account and email you the output.

Let’s start with the Automation Account within Azure

Once that’s complete we want to deploy the required modules to it

In PowerShell Gallery select these modules and deploy to Azure Automation:

NOTE: Make sure you select the non-preview version

Once deployed, we can reference them in our script

Next up, we need an AAD App Registration we can use to grab the backups

In Azure AD, create a new app registration:

Within API Permissions grant these roles under MS Graph:

  • User.Read.All
  • Device.Read.All
  • Domain.Read.All
  • Directory.Read.All
  • DeviceManagementManagedDevices.ReadWrite.All
  • Mail.Send

You’ll note it’s still missing permissions so you now need to click the Grant Admin Consent button

Finally create a Secret and save that, the App ID and the Tenant details to use in the script

Now, back to the Azure Automation Account and click Runbook

Create a new Runbook

Now, back to the Azure Automation Account and click Runbook

Create a new Runbook

Now edit these variables in the script and add it:

##Set to Yes
$automated = "No"

##Your Azure Tenant ID
$tenantid = "<YOUR TENANT ID>"

##Your App Registration Details
$clientId = "<YOUR CLIENT ID>"
$clientSecret = "<YOUR CLIENT SECRET>"

$EmailAddress = "<YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS>"

##From Address
$MailSender = "<YOUR FROM ADDRESS>"

Click Test Pane to make sure it’s worked

Now we need to publish it once it’s tested ok

Now add a schedule to run it daily

That’s it, you’ll now get a nice email list each day to hopefully try and avoid additional support calls!

3 thoughts on “Monitoring Intune Enrollment Limits”

  1. This is great, but not having any luck getting it to work. I should have perms etc and all modules loaded.

    Installing Microsoft Graph modules if required (current user scope)
    Microsoft Graph Authentication Already Installed
    Microsoft Graph Users Already Installed
    Connect-ToGraph : Cannot process argument transformation on parameter ‘Scopes’. Cannot convert value to type
    At C:\users\redacted\downloads\check-intune-user-enrollments.ps1:194 char:25
    + … aph -Scopes Device.Read.All, User.Read.All, Domain.Read.All, Director …
    + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    + CategoryInfo : InvalidData: (:) [Connect-ToGraph], ParameterBindingArgumentTransformationException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : ParameterArgumentTransformationError,Connect-ToGraph


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