Flipping the switch, part 4: Moving Device Configuration workload to Intune MDM (Co-management with SCCM 1806)

Introduction

Again, continuing the Co-management and flipping the switch journey, and moving the brand new Device Configuration workload to Intune MDM. This is the latest addition to the co-management world introduced in Configuration Manager 1806 (released 2 days ago at time of writing) and it’s absolutely amazing.

This means we finally (almost) can ditch group policies altogether and do our device configurations with Intune MDM. I will give you how to and an excellent example in this post. Read on. 🙂

The highlighted configurations now also work on co-managed computers

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Flipping the switch, part 3: Moving Software Updates workload to Intune MDM (Co-management with SCCM)

Introduction

Continuing on the Co-management and flipping the switch journey. I have previously been going through how to initially enable Co-management with Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune, and how to move some of the Endpoint Protection workloads to Intune MDM.

This time I will walk you through how I moved the Software Updates workload from Configuration Manager to Intune MDM. Everything still based on a production environment and along the lines some additional ramblings on the topic.

Example of 2 Windows 10 update rings in Microsoft Intune

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Microsoft Intune and Conditional Access in a Co-management scenario

Introduction

Last week I gave an example on how to leverage Microsoft Intune and Conditional Access to restrict access to Exchange Online for iOS devices. This week, I’m continuing the use of Microsoft Intune and Conditional Access, and will give an example on how to restrict access to company e-mail if not using a Windows 10 1803 device. All of this based on a computer co-managed with both Microsoft Intune and Configuration Manager.

So basically; no e-mails if not running on the latest and greatest version of Windows 10 on my co-managed device.

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Flipping the switch, part 2: Moving Endpoint Protection workload to Intune MDM (Co-management with SCCM)

Introduction

Continuing the Co-management journey from last week, where I went through the steps required to setup co-management with Configuration Manager. This week I’m moving the Endpoint Protection workloads into Intune MDM. The ability to transition the Endpoint Protection workloads is brand new, and became available in Configuration Manager 1802. As of now, the endpoint protection workloads consists of following features:

  • Windows Defender Application Guard
  • Windows Defender Firewall
  • Windows Defender SmartScreen
  • Windows Encryption (BitLocker)
  • Windows Defender Exploit Guard
  • Windows Defender Application Control
  • Windows Defender Security Center
  • Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection

Following walkthrough is exactly how I moved some of the Endpoint Protection features (more specifically Exploit Guard and some modifications to the Defender Security Center) into Intune MDM for at pilot group consisting of computers.

Endpoint Protection device configuration profiles

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Flipping the switch: How to enable Co-management in SCCM Current Branch (System Center Configuration Manager)

Introduction

Co-management! This will be a quick post, because it’s actually quite easy to setup. It was announced last year at Ignite in Orlando and it’s being pushed heavily these days by Microsoft. For those who don’t know the ups and downs, co-management is basically (for those using ConfigMgr already) managing computers with both a Configuration Manager client and Intune MDM.

There are different possibilities to achieve co-management, and even a possibility without ConfigMgr. It sounds complicated, but it’s not. I will walk you through the few steps required, as well as cover the precise prerequisites and how to troubleshoot issues if any. Note: This is precisely how I have done in a production environment. Curious? Read on 🙂

My 2 devices being co-managed

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