Implementing Mobile Device Management (MDM) with Microsoft Intune

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Implementing Mobile Device Management (MDM) with Microsoft Intune

Author: Greg Shields

The courses in this path explore the implementation of Microsoft Intune, a component of Microsoft Endpoint Manager, for the enrollment, configuration, protection, and software... Read more

What you will learn

  • An introduction to Microsoft Intune and Microsoft Endpoint Manager
  • Enrollment of Windows 10, iOS, and Android devices into Microsoft Intune
  • Configuration and Protection of Windows 10, iOS, and Android devices using Microsoft Intune
  • Deployment and configuration of apps to Windows 10, iOS, and Android devices with Microsoft Intune

Pre-requisites

You should be knowledgeable in Windows Desktop administration as well as installation of Windows Server, managing Active Directory Domain Services, and implementing Active Directory Certificate Services.

Implementing Mobile Device Management (MDM) with Microsoft Intune

The courses in this path explore the implementation of Microsoft Intune, a component of Microsoft Endpoint Manager, for the enrollment, configuration, protection, and software delivery activities of mobile device management to Windows 10, iOS, and Android devices.

Introduce Microsoft Endpoint Manager and Prepare Microsoft Intune

by Greg Shields

Apr 28, 2020 / 1h 2m

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Description

Microsoft's Intune platform is a full-featured and enterprise-ready solution for managing internal and external, as well as corporate- and personally-owned devices. For the broad range of possible device ownership and corresponding risk situations every modern company needs to be concerned about, Microsoft Intune delivers a flexible platform for protecting data and managing risk when you don't necessarily always have full control.

In this course, Introduce Microsoft Endpoint Manager and Prepare Microsoft Intune, you will first be introduced to the major topics to be discussed in this extensive learning path on Microsoft Intune. Next, you will explore deeply the details on how to build your own lab environment for following along. Finally, you will learn about Microsoft Intune's architecture and it's relationship with Microsoft Endpoint Manager. By the end of this course, you will be ready to jump into the the rest of this comprehensive Microsoft Intune learning path.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview
  2. Introduction
  3. Prepare Your Lab Environment
  4. Introduce Microsoft Endpoint Manager and Microsoft Intune
  5. Prepare Microsoft Intune Subscription and Azure Active Directory

Enroll Devices into Microsoft Intune

by Greg Shields

Apr 28, 2020 / 2h 6m

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While Microsoft's Intune platform can offer a broad range of services for devices, both corporate-owned and personally-owned, you've first got to get those devices enrolled. What might surprise you are the many different ways this step in the process can be completed, some more manual and click-by-click, while others are exceptionally automated.

In this course, Enroll Devices into Microsoft Intune, you'll explore almost the entire range of use cases for enrolling Windows 10, iOS, and Android devices into Microsoft Intune. First, you'll explore the options for Windows 10 machines, those both inside the LAN as well as those that never enter your front door. Then, you'll discover the special use case of Windows Autopilot, where drop shipping a Windows 10 machine to a user straight from the manufacturer also includes its automated enrollment. Next, you'll learn enrollment for iOS devices and the integration with Apple Business Manager. Finally, you'll dig into Android enrollment across both Work Profiles and Enterprise Fully Managed scenarios. By the end of this course, you'll be familiar with the largest share of the many different options you have available for enrolling your devices into Microsoft Intune.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview
  2. Introduction
  3. Enroll Windows Devices
  4. Enroll Windows Devices with Windows Autopilot
  5. Enroll iOS Devices
  6. Enroll Android Devices

Configure and Protect Devices with Microsoft Intune

by Greg Shields

Apr 28, 2020 / 2h 23m

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We have thus far in the learning path explored the architecture of Micosoft Intune and its role within Microsoft Endpoint Manager. We've also dug into the many different options for bootstrapping the enrollment of our devices. Now, it's time to actually manage them.

In this course, Configure and Protect Devices with Microsoft Intune, you'll begin to learn the broad array of configuration profile types that define which device settings you need to bring under management. First, you'll build a series of configuration profiles across each of your device types. Then, you'll learn the special configurations required to deploy certificates to devices. Next, you'll walk through the various update and protection features offered by Intune's configuration profiles. Finally, you'll learn how to combine compliance rules with conditional access policies to lock out those devices which don't meet your company standards. By the end of this course, you'll be able to manage the many different options for bootstrapping the enrollment of our devices with Microsoft Intune.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview
  2. Introduction
  3. Create and Manage Configuration Profiles
  4. Deploy Certificates to Devices
  5. Update and Protect Devices
  6. Configure Compliance Rules and Conditional Access Policies

Deploy Apps with Microsoft Intune

by Greg Shields

May 9, 2020 / 1h 35m

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The exploration in this learning path has taken us through the enrollment process as well as the broad array of configuration options that Microsoft Intune provides.

What hasn't been covered yet, though, are the apps users need to access company data. Understanding the deep detail of app delivery to Windows, iOS, and Android devices is the topic for this final course.

In this course, Deploy Apps with Microsoft Intune, you'll dig into the techniques for installing apps across each of our primary device types.

  • First, you'll explore apps for Windows 10 across the many different types of app installations this OS supports.

  • Next, you'll address the extra configurations required for deploying apps to iOS and Android devices.

  • Finally, you'll get an introduction to App Protection Policies, which are a slight step away from our primary topic Mobile Device Management, as they apply their focus to Mobile Application Management for specially-coded apps.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview
  2. Introduction
  3. Deploy Apps to Windows Devices
  4. Deploy Store Apps to iOS and Android Devices
  5. Configure App Protection Policies