Once the connection between Jamf Pro and Microsoft Intune has been established, you can start applying compliance policies to Mac computers in Microsoft Intune.
Open the Microsoft Azure portal, navigate to Intune > Device Compliance > Policies and create policies for Mac computers. You may also select a series of actions (e.g., sending warning emails) that should be applied to non-compliant users and groups.
(Optional) Navigate to Intune > Device Compliance > Compliance policy settings > Compliance status validity period (days) to set the number of days before a Mac computer is marked non-compliant. Default is 30 days.
Once you create all the required compliance policies, navigate to Assignments and apply the compliance policies to specified users or groups.
Note: If Mac computers have network accounts that do not match a local account, compliance policies dealing with password complexity should not be used within Microsoft Intune as they cannot be reported correctly from Jamf Pro. Password complexity is enforced by the network account server.
Microsoft Intune Documentation
Learn how to create a device compliance policy for a Mac computer with Microsoft Intune.