Description: Review the devices you manage with Microsoft Intune, including exporting a devices list into csv format, view your Azure Active Directory-joined devices, review a change log of actions on the device, use TeamViewer Connector to allow IT admins remotely troubleshoot Android devices, and view all the actions you can run on your devices.
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Description: Enroll devices in Intune by using a device enrollment manager account. 04/28/2020; 2 minutes to read; In this article. You can enroll up to 1,000 mobile devices with a single Azure Active Directory account by using a device enrollment manager (DEM) account. DEM is an Intune permission that can be applied to an AAD user account and lets the user ...
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Description: Get the most integrated and complete device management, app lifecycle management, and user provisioning capabilities for Windows 10. Lower your total cost of ownership (TCO) and gain intelligent cloud-based management using co-management integration between Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager and Intune.
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Description: Microsoft Core Services Engineering and Operations (CSEO) is using Microsoft Intune to transform the way that we manage devices for Microsoft employees. We’re using Intune, Windows 10, Azure Active Directory, and a wide range of associated features to embrace modern device management and transition to Microsoft Endpoint Manager. We’re creating the modern management experience to provide a ...
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Description: Intune arrived eight years ago as companies were being forced to manage a sudden onslaught of devices accessing corporate data and networks – fallout from the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend ...
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Description: The “old” Intune Portal you were accessing in Azure has moved to the new Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center. Endpoint Manager is a unified management platform for Microsoft Intune and Configuration Manager. (Endpoint security, device management, and intelligent cloud actions) This graph from Microsoft makes a good job explaining it:
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Description: In Windows Vista, you'll find Device Manager towards the bottom of the window. In Windows XP, you have a few extra steps since Device Manager isn't as easily available in your version of Windows. From the open Control Panel window, select System , choose the Hardware tab, and then use the Device Manager button.
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Description: Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center
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