Learning Microsoft Intune
Unified Endpoint Management with Intune & the Microsoft 365 product suite
About the book
Originally published as "Learning Microsoft Endpoint Manager", this essential Intune ramp-up guide has been updated and expanded for 2023 by Microsoft Product Manager Scott Duffey.
Microsoft Intune (previously known as Microsoft Endpoint Manager) has rapidly become the tool of choice for IT professionals around the world for managing corporate and personal desktop and mobile devices, but the learning curve can be steep. Updated with the latest concepts and guidance, this book will fast-track your understanding of Intune by laying out concepts in an easy-to-read way, with examples and tips for the real world, along with guided lab exercises.
In this book you will learn:
Microsoft Intune – What it is and how to use it
How to set up your own Intune learning environment
Mobile Device Management (MDM) concepts for iOS, macOS, Android, and Windows 10 devices
Enrollment concepts for each platform including Windows Autopilot, Apple Automated Device Enrollment (ADE), and Google ZeroTouch
Endpoint Security with Compliance and Azure AD Conditional Access across Microsoft Intune, Configuration Manager, Azure AD, Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, and Office 365.
Mobile Application Management (MAM)
Advanced Intune concepts including extensibility through Microsoft Graph API and PowerShell
This book includes learning material, examples and exercises and is suitable for IT administrators of any level who want to ramp up and become the Microsoft Endpoint Manager expert in their own workplace.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 – Introduction
Chapter 2 - Getting started with Microsoft Endpoint Manager
Chapter 3 – Enrolling Devices into Management
Chapter 4 – Remote Device Actions
Chapter 5 – Configuring Device Settings
Chapter 6 – Configuring Compliance Profiles and Settings
Chapter 7 – Configuring Endpoint Security
Chapter 8 – Deploying Apps
Chapter 9 – App Protection Policies
Chapter 10 – App Configuration Policies
Chapter 11 – Conditional Access
Chapter 12 – Configuration Manager, Co-management and Tenant Attach
Chapter 13 – Endpoint Analytics
Chapter 14 – Troubleshooting
Chapter 15 – Advanced Usage and Resources to Learn More
About the author
Scott is a Principal Product Manager at Microsoft where he builds features for Microsoft Intune. Scott has spent the last decade at Microsoft helping IT administrators, MVP's and partner organizatons deploy Microsoft enterprise management solutions such as Intune, Configuration Manager and Active Directory Group Policy. Scott creates technical documentation for Microsoft, speaks at conferences and regularly contributes to the Intune support blog.