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Level
Intermediate
Updated
Oct 8, 2021
Duration
1h 11m
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Description

It may seem counterintuitive that Intune's application deployment mechanisms are a bit simpler than those for Configuration Manager. But when you think about the long-lived history of MECM, it makes sense that Intune arrives with much less historical baggage in accomplishing the task. Comparing the actions in configuration application deployments between these two solutions is the mission for this course.

In this tenth course out of sixteen, Microsoft Endpoint Manager: Deploy Applications with Intune, you'll start by exploring a few preparation tasks for application deployment in the Intune administrator's UI. You'll revisit the differences in the Company Portal interface for the variety of Azure AD connected devices, look at how Azure Enterprise Applications get surfaced to users, and see the easy deployment of the MECM client to Intune-enrolled devices. Then, you'll dig into the deployment of applications using the Intune admin UI, with a broad range of examples across the variety of different applications you'll be expected to deploy. Finally, you'll explore the monitoring and troubleshooting tools that Intune makes available for understanding the root causes of why applications don't install successfully.

About the author
About the author

Greg Shields is an Author Evangelist at Pluralsight.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hey, this is Greg Shields, and you've found the ninth course in my learning path on the implementation on everyday use of Microsoft Endpoint Manager, including Configuration Manager, or MECM, and Microsoft Intune. I am principal author evangelist here at Pluralsight, and I've been working with MECM since way back in the days of SMS 1.2. It may seem counterintuitive that Intune's application deployment mechanisms are a bit simpler than those for Configuration Manager, but when you think about the long‑lived history of MECM, it makes sense that Intune arrives with much less historical baggage in accomplishing the task. Comparing the auctions in application deployment configurations between these two solutions is a primary mission for this course. In this tenth course out of 16, you'll start by exploring a few preparation tasks for app deployment there in the Intune administrator UI. You'll revisit the differences in the Company Portal interface for the variety of Azure AD connected devices, look at how Azure enterprise applications get surfaced to users, and see the easy deployment of the MECM client to Intune enrolled devices. Then, you'll dig into the deployment of applications using the Intune admin UI with a broad range of examples across the variety of different applications you'll be expected to deploy. Finally, you'll explore the monitoring and troubleshooting tools Intune makes available for understanding the root causes of why applications don't install successfully. If you've just been tasked with implementing and/or managing a Microsoft Endpoint Manager environment, this course is your next stop in brushing up on those skills for success. And then from here, you'll be ready to continue on the learning path as we explore all the major areas of endpoint configuration that you get with a fully realized Microsoft Endpoint Manager solution. Let's get started.