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You have a Microsoft 365 tenant with Microsoft 365 E5 licenses. Your organization uses Intune and it's managed through the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center.

You've already configured the compliance policy settings as below.

Compliance policy default settings

On April 1, 2022, you create the device compliance policies shown below

Compliance policy requirement

On April 5, 2022, users enroll the following Windows 10 devices in Intune.

Compliance policy devices

Check the boxes below if the statements are true.

On April 6, 2022, Device2 is flagged as compliant is true

Device2 is in Group2 so Policy2 applies.

Device2 is not compliant with Policy2, however, the device won't be marked as non-compliant until 10 days after the device was enrolled.

On April 10, 2022, Device1 is flagged as compliant is true

Device1 is in Group1 and Group2 so both Policy1 and Policy2 apply.

Device1 is compliant with Policy1 but non-compliant with Policy2. However, the device won't be marked as non-compliant until 10 days after the device was enrolled.

On April 16, 2020, Device1 is flagged as compliant is not true

Device1 is in Group1 and Group2 so both Policy1 and Policy2 apply.

Device1 is compliant with Policy1 but non-compliant with Policy2.

March 16 is more than 10 days after the device was enrolled so it will now be marked as non-compliant by Policy2.

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