co-management

Intune – You can now launch script from SCCM from the Intune portal

If you are using System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch (SCCM Current Branch) version 2006 in a co-management configuration with Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager, you can now launch the scripts created in SCCM from the Endpoint Configuration Manager portal. Before being able to do it, you first need of course to have created a script in …

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Intune – you can now get details about devices in co-management configuration

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 …

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SCCM – You can now use different collection for piloting co-management workloads

With the release of System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch 1906 (SCCM Current Branch), the co-management feature has been improved to allow you to define different device collection while piloting co-managed workloads. With the previous release you were able to pilot the co-management for specific workloads (compliance, device configuration, Windows Update…) but the piloting applied …

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Intune – You can now check the compliance from SCCM

As you may already know, System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) and Intune can work together, delivering a co-managed device management solution. Well, you can now use the compliance state from SCCM with Intune. This setting will only apply to co-managed devices, if the devices are managed by Intune only, this will not be applicable. To …

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SCCM – New co-management options

With the latest version of SCCM Current Branch (1806), new options are available for the co-management capability: Mobile apps, to use Intune for mobile applications deployment while keeping your Windows client managed by SCCM Office Click-To-Run, to use your Intune for Office 365 Click to Run deployment