Microsoft Intune is digitally changing how Microsoft manages the devices issued to its workers. It has adopted modern device management and transformed to Microsoft Endpoint Manager using Intune, Azure Active Directory, and various associated technologies. The guidelines below help you learn how to use Intune to manage Windows 10 devices.
Microsoft has developed the modern management experience to enable employees with a smooth, effective device experience. It also provides a comfortable and efficient management environment for the Microsoft Digital teams that maintain users’ devices.
There are different ways to enroll Windows 10 devices into Microsoft Intune for device management. While deploying Microsoft Intune to manage your organization’s devices, you should start with preparing Intune for mobile device management (MDM) or creating a migration campaign (move to Intune). Here are some guidelines you can follow to use Intune to manage the devices running on Windows 10
Planning is the first step toward a successful Microsoft Intune deployment or migration. In this step, you have to:
Add devices to your inventory and carefully review them before granting access to your organization’s resources.
Review the policies and infrastructure of these services and understand the purpose of these policies and strategies.
Create a rollout plan after implementing your goals and objectives in upcoming activities. Let your employees understand why the organization chose Intune for device management. Ideally, you should take feedback from first users and improve accordingly.
After taking feedback from users, involve them in making new changes. Ask them about important information, determine a communication plan, and when to plan it.
Here are some aspects you should consider before deploying Microsoft Intune.
In this step, you must sign up for Intune, add your domain name, and configure Intune as the MDM authority. Then, choose a suitable migration approach based on your organization’s requirements.
Configuration Manager supports Windows 10, macOS, and Windows Server. If you are using configuration manager currently and want to deploy Intune, then you can choose any of the following options:
In this step, Microsoft allows you to continue using Configuration Manager, or you can migrate. It includes beneficial services for on-premises devices, such as Desktop Analytics.
Microsoft Endpoint Manager provides a framework for simple and effective device management. Microsoft Intune works as a global administrator and provides a configuration in an environment that supports and promotes digital transformation. Intune uses role-based access to control what users can see and change on their devices. This modern technique helps organizations to manage their own and users’ devices.
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