Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Windows Intune Step by Step Guide

What is Windows Intune? 

Windows Intune delivers a unified PC and mobile device management solution for the enterprise which enables IT to provide users with access to the corporate resources they need on the devices they choose. Applications can be delivered to users’ devices in a way that is optimized for each device. IT can manage both corporate and personally-owned devices with a unified infrastructure, making it easier for administrators to identify and enforce compliance.
(This is the Microsoft description)

Basically Windows Intune is an online subscription service with an easy-to-use web-based console that allows you to manage your client estate over the Internet.

A recent customer was looking for a way of managing an estate of Windows 8 Enterprise tablet devices. Intune proved to be a perfect fit for this. After enrolling the devices, IT were able to manage and report on software updates and endpoint protection. They were also able to collect inventory and deploy corporate software to the devices.

I have created a step by step guide as follows. Please follow the links to browse the other sections. This guide was created using a trial Intune account and a test environment.

Part 9: Reporting

Part 10: Uninstall Intune Client

Note that you can integrate Intune with Config Mgr 2012 SP1 for the Unified Management experience


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