As you know, you can have System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM)/Endpoint Configuration Manager (on-premises) working in some sort of hybrid configuration with Intune?Endpoint Configuration Manager (cloud) using the co-management capabilities.
This lets you manage your Windows 10 devices enrolled with Intune with Configuration Manager for some workloads (compliance, software deployment, updates…).
Well, you can now get more details for devices in co-management about the Configuration Manager environment they are connected to.
The details you can get are
- Configuration Manager client status and version
- Co-management status
- Currently logged on user
- Management Point (either the cloud one or on-premises one)
- Site code
- Last MP server name (internal SCCM server)
- Boundary groups
- AD Domain and Site
To get these details, logon to your Endpoint Configuration Manager (https://endpoint.microsoft.com/) and access the Devices\Windows\Windows Devices blade
Then select one of the co-managed device and access the Client details or Collections blade