You cannot transfer a device from a particular type of policy to another. However, to change the policy of a device, transfer the device to a group on which you have already applied the required policy.
Starting September 4, 2018, the Transfer option applies only to Windows and Mac devices. To change the ownership of any new iOS and Android devices that you enroll in SEP Cloud, you need to unenroll them from their old user accounts, and then re-enroll them using their new user accounts.
When a device is transferred to a new group or a new user, the device status is temporarily set to At Risk until the device applies any new policy changes associated with transfer. The reason is shown as - Device does not comply with security policy.
Once the device receives the update, the status is set to Secure.
You can transfer devices from the Managed Devices tab.
If you receive a message that one or more devices didn't transfer, it could be that a compatible license type or enough licenses were not available.
To successfully transfer:
Windows or Mac devices, you must have the per-user or per-device license type and enough number of licenses available.
Servers, you must have the per-server license type and enough number of licenses available.
Devices with encryption enabled, you must have the per-user license type along with the encryption license type add-on. You must also have enough number of licenses available.
To transfer a device
Go to Groups, Users, and Devices page, and select Managed Devices.
On the Managed Devices tab, find and press on the device that you want to transfer. You are directed to the Device Details page.
On the dialog box, toggle between Users or Groups. You can see the list of users or groups to which you can transfer the devices to.
Select the group or user you want to transfer the device to. Press Transfer.
The device is now transferred to the selected group or user.
You can transfer a device directly from the Device Details page.