Windows 10 Configuring: Plan and Implement Microsoft Intune

This course covers the use of Intune, now bundled with Windows 10 Enterprise, to manage remote users through the cloud.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Jun 7, 2018
Duration
1h 39m
Table of contents
Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Jun 7, 2018
Duration
1h 39m
Description

Did you ever catch yourself thinking "Intune - I don't think that's part of Windows?" Well now, it is! This course, Windows 10 Configuring: Plan and Implement Microsoft Intune, will cover Intune's new client, bundled with Windows 10 Enterprise. First, you will discover the benefits and features of Microsoft Intune. Next, you will dive into Intune's architecture, integration and administration. Finally, you will learn how to manage devices and computers using Intune. By the end of this course, you'll learn how to oversee remote users that never have a physical presence in the office.

About the author
About the author

Mark is a former electronic design technologist turned Microsoft and IBM SoftLayer cloud geek. Mark has created many instructor led, e-learning, and self-paced courses over the last 15 years from Active Directory to Group Policy and enjoys training and sharing information to help people understand technology. He is also an avid musician and composer.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hello. It's Mark Wilkins, author of the Intune course in the Windows 10 Configuring series. You may be thinking Intune? I don't think that's part of Windows. Ah hah, it is. The client is now bundled with Windows 10 Enterprise. And if you have users that never come into the office and you want to manage them through the cloud then you should take a look at Intune. If that doesn't get you interested, your company is probably thinking about going to Microsoft Azure. And guess what, Intune is hosted by Microsoft Azure. So, getting some knowledge on Azure and what you can do with your mobile users means it's a win-win, and you can control those pesky users that never come into the office. So, let's do some cloud learning, Intune learning, and Azure learning, and get our expert on with cloud. See you in class.

Microsoft Intune Features and Benefits
Welcome aboard to planning and implementing Microsoft Intune, part of the Windows 10 Configuring series of getting to know Windows 10 client in detail. In this class, we're going to focus on Microsoft Intune. Yeah, it's not part of Windows 10, but it is. The client for Microsoft Intune is bundled into the Enterprise copy of Windows 10. So it's a good idea to know about Microsoft Intune and how it might be able to benefit your company in the area of managing your Windows 10 computer systems and maybe the other devices that your users have. This class is focusing on cloud-based administration using Microsoft Intune, hosted in Microsoft Azure. So the topics in this module --- What is Microsoft Intune will give you a bigger picture of what this actual software does for you. We'll then take a look at the mobile apps and updates for mobile devices and Windows 10 computers. We'll also take a look at the monitoring and the notifications that Intune can provide for you. We'll then take a look at some other remote tasks. And then we'll do a bit of a wrap up.

Microsoft Intune Architecture and Integration
In this clip, we're going to take a look at Microsoft Intune architecture and integration. Integration with Azure. Our topics: Intune architecture, the Active Directory link, Azure Active Directory cloud based, Office 365 integration, and authenticating to Microsoft Intune. We'll also take a look at deploying Microsoft Intune clients if you're using Windows 10 Pro. And then we'll do a bit of a wrap up. Now you may be thinking what's in it for me Mark? I don't use Intune. Well, I've got some questions for you. And these are potential game changers for your company. Number one, is your company using Office 365? If they are, maybe you have to create users. If you've got mobile users and Office 365, Intune might make perfect sense. If you have any developers and they're looking at the cloud odds are Microsoft Azure is a consideration. If you're moving to the cloud, well, kind of a slam dunk isn't it? You probably will be considering Azure, and this will give you some concepts of the cloud and integration. Using Windows 10. If you have the Enterprise version of Windows 10 you already have the Intune client. You may be closer than you think. Maybe this module is for you. So, there are some details on this module and really the importance of the whole course if you're supporting Windows 10. So, let's get going.

Managing Computers with Microsoft Intune
In this clip, we're going to take a look at the different options available for managing devices with Microsoft Intune. The topics in this module: mobile Intune policies for mobile devices, conditional access policies defining the conditions for allowed access, and the policies for the Windows 10 desktops, which is really our focus for this class. And then we'll do a bit of a wrap up. Now the key aspects of this module for you being able to do your job with Intune are around three main topics. The first one is Intune policies. These are much like Group Policies, but they allow you to control that Windows device, how it's going to operate, what updates does it have to accept. And understanding the conditional policies is kind of interesting as well. These are the conditions that you set for your devices. You can use the device, but these are the conditions. And we're also focusing on overall administration of Intune. So if you're looking at Intune to be part of your company or to get certified, the more Intune information you can get the better. So, let's get started.

Managing Devices with Microsoft Intune
Hello there. Mark Wilkins checking in, and we are going to take a look at managing devices with Microsoft Intune. So, let's take a look at the topics. We're going to look at mobile device management and Intune. We'll take a look at the management features, trying to manage that corporate phone with a cloud feature such as Intune. We'll look at the mobile device management authority. We'll look at managing the enrollment of your mobile device. And then we'll take a look at the mobile device management policies. And then we'll wrap up. Here's a familiar device. Maybe it's in your hand right now. Maybe someone's calling you. Maybe you have to manage this sort of device. Maybe this is the way it's really going. That's what this module is about is the management of this device. So, the first thing we need to know, probably the important thing out of this module is, who does the management? Intune or some other product? So we take a look at the management authority. We'll also take a look at the policies to control these devices so we can lock them down and say hey do you want the device to work at this company, these are the rules. Have a nice day. And finally, the management options of how you can manage that phone. So that's what's in it for you in this module. So let's get going. It's not that long and it's full of important information.