IntuneAttackSurfaceReductionRulesPolicyWindows10ConfigManager

Parameters

Parameter Attribute DataType Description Allowed Values
dataType Write String The type of the target assignment. #microsoft.graph.groupAssignmentTarget, #microsoft.graph.allLicensedUsersAssignmentTarget, #microsoft.graph.allDevicesAssignmentTarget, #microsoft.graph.exclusionGroupAssignmentTarget, #microsoft.graph.configurationManagerCollectionAssignmentTarget
deviceAndAppManagementAssignmentFilterType Write String The type of filter of the target assignment i.e. Exclude or Include. Possible values are:none, include, exclude. none, include, exclude
deviceAndAppManagementAssignmentFilterId Write String The Id of the filter for the target assignment.
groupId Write String The group Id that is the target of the assignment.
collectionId Write String The collection Id that is the target of the assignment.(ConfigMgr)
Identity Key String Identity of the endpoint protection attack surface protection rules policy for Windows 10.
DisplayName Write String Display name of the endpoint protection attack surface protection rules policy for Windows 10.
Description Write String Description of the endpoint protection attack surface protection rules policy for Windows 10.
Assignments Write InstanceArray[] Assignments of the endpoint protection attack surface protection rules policy for Windows 10.
AttackSurfaceReductionOnlyExclusions Write StringArray[] Exclude files and paths from attack surface reduction rules
BlockAbuseOfExploitedVulnerableSignedDrivers Write String This rule prevents an application from writing a vulnerable signed driver to disk. off, block, audit, warn
BlockAdobeReaderFromCreatingChildProcesses Write String This rule prevents attacks by blocking Adobe Reader from creating processes. off, block, audit, warn
BlockAllOfficeApplicationsFromCreatingChildProcesses Write String This rule blocks Office apps from creating child processes. Office apps include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Access. off, block, audit, warn
BlockCredentialStealingFromWindowsLocalSecurityAuthoritySubsystem Write String This rule helps prevent credential stealing by locking down Local Security Authority Subsystem Service (LSASS). off, block, audit, warn
BlockExecutableContentFromEmailClientAndWebmail Write String This rule blocks the following file types from launching from email opened within the Microsoft Outlook application, or Outlook.com and other popular webmail providers. off, block, audit, warn
BlockExecutableFilesRunningUnlessTheyMeetPrevalenceAgeTrustedListCriterion Write String This rule blocks executable files that don't meet a prevalence, age, or trusted list criteria, such as .exe, .dll, or .scr, from launching. off, block, audit, warn
BlockExecutionOfPotentiallyObfuscatedScripts Write String This rule detects suspicious properties within an obfuscated script. off, block, audit, warn
BlockJavaScriptOrVBScriptFromLaunchingDownloadedExecutableContent Write String This rule prevents scripts from launching potentially malicious downloaded content. off, block, audit, warn
BlockOfficeApplicationsFromCreatingExecutableContent Write String This rule prevents Office apps, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, from creating potentially malicious executable content, by blocking malicious code from being written to disk. off, block, audit, warn
BlockOfficeApplicationsFromInjectingCodeIntoOtherProcesses Write String This rule blocks code injection attempts from Office apps into other processes. off, block, audit, warn
BlockOfficeCommunicationAppFromCreatingChildProcesses Write String This rule prevents Outlook from creating child processes, while still allowing legitimate Outlook functions. off, block, audit, warn
BlockPersistenceThroughWMIEventSubscription Write String This rule prevents malware from abusing WMI to attain persistence on a device. off, block, audit, warn
BlockProcessCreationsFromPSExecAndWMICommands Write String This rule blocks processes created through PsExec and WMI from running. off, block, audit, warn
BlockUntrustedUnsignedProcessesThatRunFromUSB Write String With this rule, admins can prevent unsigned or untrusted executable files from running from USB removable drives, including SD cards. off, block, audit, warn
BlockWin32APICallsFromOfficeMacros Write String This rule prevents VBA macros from calling Win32 APIs. off, block, audit, warn
UseAdvancedProtectionAgainstRansomware Write String This rule provides an extra layer of protection against ransomware. off, block, audit, warn
ControlledFolderAccessProtectedFolders Write StringArray[] List of additional folders that need to be protected
ControlledFolderAccessAllowedApplications Write StringArray[] List of apps that have access to protected folders.
EnableControlledFolderAccess Write String This rule enable Controlled folder access which protects your data by checking apps against a list of known, trusted apps.values 0:disable, 1:enable, 2:audit 0, 1, 2
Ensure Write String Present ensures the policy exists, absent ensures it is removed Present, Absent
Credential Write PSCredential Credentials of the Intune Admin
ApplicationId Write String Id of the Azure Active Directory application to authenticate with.
TenantId Write String Name of the Azure Active Directory tenant used for authentication. Format contoso.onmicrosoft.com
ApplicationSecret Write PSCredential Secret of the Azure Active Directory tenant used for authentication.
CertificateThumbprint Write String Thumbprint of the Azure Active Directory application's authentication certificate to use for authentication.
ManagedIdentity Write Boolean Managed ID being used for authentication.

IntuneAttackSurfaceReductionRulesPolicyWindows10ConfigManager

Description

This resource configures an Intune Endpoint Protection Attack Surface Reduction Rules policy for a Windows 10 Device for Configuration Manager. This policy setting enables setting the state (Block/Audit/Off/Warn) for each attack surface reduction (ASR) rule. Each ASR rule listed can be set to one of the following states (Block/Audit/Off/Warn). The ASR rule ID and state should be added under the Options for this setting. Each entry must be listed as a name value pair. The name defines a valid ASR rule ID, while the value contains the status ID indicating the status of the rule.

For more information about ASR rule ID and status ID, see Enable Attack Surface Reduction: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/threat-protection/windows-defender-exploit-guard/enable-attack-surface-reduction.