1, In the same way that you could determine which OS configuration settings were governed by local policies, and which settings were governed by group policies, is there any way in Windows 10 to get a report on which configuration settings are being applied by InTune, as opposed to local/default settings?
2, I’m still learning the trade with InTune from a high level concepts perspective, and I am trying to draw cross comparisons to more traditional systems management tools like group policy when it comes to OS config, application config, and general user settings . Therefore, is it common for a device being managed in InTune to be subject to multiple separate InTune policies (equivalents to GPO’s). And if so in practice, from a device administrators perspective, how and why do you typically separate groups of settings into separate policies in InTune? Or do you typically have a single “InTune policy” for all settings intended for the device, almost like a master GPO? (which would make it super helpful for reporting).
Anyway, I would like to gain an understanding of the comparison between InTune influence on OS, app config and general user settings for someone more familiar with GPO reporting. Are they a 'like for like', or do they have distinct differences, is one more thorough a to what you can control than another etc. Generally from what I have read InTune doesn't seem to control quite as many settings in the OS, apps, user settings, as you can do with traditional GPO.