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Microsoft IT Strategy for Deploying System Center Configuration Manager with Windows Intune at Microsoft

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  • Good overview. But, we need a how to. Specially the Windows intune.  It is hard to just find a link to Intune and how to configure it. Is it a separate product SCCM or is it part of it. Or is intune a subscription product?

    I started deploying SCCM but don't know where the InTune component is ?




  • It feels like an either SCCM or Intunes - why not combine the agents : The Agent can then be managed from SCCM at work but from Intunes when on the outside of the Companys reach.

    Or can we safely publish our SCCM on the internet ?

  • Hamish GHamish G

    Good Overview, but thin on how MS did it...

    Prebeta - This was a 10 minute overview, there are plenty of resources around, check out Technet generally and the MVA, lots of Intune information on there.

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