In the last blog(put link here to previous post) we discussed about Intune fundamentals and the services offered. The first component we will discuss is Intune Enrollment for Windows.
Device enrollment is a process of engaging a device with Intune. The process which makes the devices under administration of Intune for device management.
Intune as a device management tool does works seamlessly with OS like Android, iOS, Windows, MacOS and counting.
We will start our enrollment journey with Windows Platform. One of the most widely used operating system. It is so very important that a UEM tool to be successful must have a very good grip over Windows given the market share it covers for enterprises.
Let’s get started with Windows enrollment!!!
Primarily, on a very high-level Windows enrollment can be categorized into two sections:
Let us dig down a level deeper and understand both.
As the name clearly suggests, this type of enrollment is carried by end user. Some manual interventions are needed.
Majorly there are four type of enrollment which falls under this category.
The end user will enroll the device manually in two ways.
The device will be flagged as personal owned.
The device will be flagged as corporate owned in this scenari
Administrators can set up the corporate devices using the following methods which do not require user to manually enroll the device.
This was an overview on how many ways Intune Enrollment for Windows can performed. In upcoming blogs, we will touch base every method of enrollment with steps to set up and some best practices.
Until Next time, Cheerio!!
Author is Bachelor of Technology in Electronics & Communication graduate in 2013 and have made the career establishment precisely in the field of Cloud IT infrastructure. Got associated with the Microsoft technologies right from the bottom of the ladder as Help desk operator. Working for Microsoft support with Convergys gave an end to end insight on Microsoft Intune and SAAS based technologies. Further worked for multiple clients to migrate their device management strategies from on-prem to cloud mostly Intune and AirWatch (VMware Workspace ONE). Worked with HCL and now with ITC infotech as Intune consultant for planning and implementation of device management for one of the biggest Beer manufacturing company globally.