In this course, you will learn how to manage personal and corporate-owned devices with Microsoft's cloud-based solution, Intune. You'll learn about solutions for several common use-cases including BYOD, CYOD, and more.
Today's workforce is different than yesterday's because of the unique challenges brought on by the surge of mobile devices and the consumerization of IT. More than ever, IT organizations need breadth in their options and multi-dimensional tools. In this course, Managing PCs and Devices with Microsoft Intune, you will learn how to leverage Intune's capabilities to address common challenges created by mobility, including BYOD and CYOD, and better manage PCs in corporate or personal settings. For starters, you will learn how to organize Intune's deployment scheme by creating users and groups, and you'll discover how to prepare Intune for device enrollment. Next, you will learn how Intune's policies work and how to resolve policy conflicts as well as explore the many types of policies. Finally, you will explore Intune's dashboard capabilities and reporting features as well as how to deploy and manage Windows devices. At the end of this course, you will be able to apply your knowledge of Intune to help provide solutions for common PC management and mobility issues.
Friends are sacred, life is fun, and IT problems should be easy. At least, that’s the way it should be, says Jason. Jason is an experienced trainer on Windows Server and desktop. For the past couple of decades, he’s been helping students solve their problems the easy way: HEAD FIRST.
Hi there! Welcome to Pluralsight. My name is Jason Yates and it's my pleasure to introduce you to Intune, and introduce you to our course Managing PCs and Devices with Microsoft Intune. I am a veteran Windows administrator and trainer with a background in both client and server technologies. And for the past 15 years, I've been helping organizations and training IT professionals on how to deploy the latest Windows operating systems and implement solid management infrastructures. This is one of the most important courses I've ever taught simply because today's mobile-first, cloud-first world is exerting all these new pressures and challenges on IT staff. Here's a summary of what I'm going to teach you - this course will focus on Intune's MDM and PC management features in a stand-alone configuration. To leverage these features, we'll spend the first modules getting to know Intune, then preparing our environment, and creating users and groups. Then I'll show you the ins and outs of enrollment and the company portal, before going head-long into Intune policies. Intune policies are at the heart of this course and we'll devote several modules on deploying policies to manage both mobile devices and PCs. It's my hope that the lessons in this course will give you a better understanding of Intune's ability to shepherd all those ipads and androids roaming in your office, as well as open up entirely new options in managing your personally-owned Windows devices and corporate owned desktops. It's BYOD, CYOD, and everything in between. Hope to see you soon!