OCIO removing personal devices from university systems Azure and InTune 5/17
On Monday, May 17, the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) will be implementing a change to university systems, Azure AD and InTune, affecting certain personal Windows devices that were inadvertently enrolled in these systems. This will not affect any Ohio State University managed work devices. You may receive a pop up message stating “The Ohio State University has removed your workplace account and deleted all of the information associated with your workplace account (including business apps, password requirements, and other policies) from your device.” This means Ohio State has removed your personal device from Azure and/or InTune.
These systems are associated with Office 365 accounts. You should still be able to log in and use Office 365 applications with your university credentials (lastname.# and password) and should not notice any changes within those apps. If you receive an error message when attempting to log in to any Office 365 product, select “fix me” and then sign in.
If at any point in the future you are presented with an option to “use this account everywhere on your device” when logging in to an Office 365 product (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel) please uncheck the box that states, “Allow my organization to manage my device.” If you do not uncheck the box, you will receive an error message.
For more information on accessing Office 365, please visit the Administrative Resource Center.