Mastering Microsoft Endpoint Manager and Intune


Microsoft Endpoint Manager is a very powerful option for managing your end devices from a cloud-based management system. Microsoft Endpoint Manager houses two important platforms - Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager (formerly SCCM)  and Microsoft Intune. These two products can work together to provide co-management to all of your endpoint devices. Endpoint devices include desktops, laptops, phones, tablets, televisions, and more. Thanks to Microsoft Endpoint Manager and Microsoft Intune, system administrators can help deploy, manage, and protect the devices, data, and applications of the organization. This course walks you through the important planning and implementation that must take place.
Mastering Microsoft Endpoint Manager and Intune Overview
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WEBVTT Hey, welcome. Thanks so much for joining us for this course on Mastering Microsoft Endpoint Manager and Intune. I'm going to be your host, Sophie Goodwin, for this course and I'm joined by our subject matter expert, Anthony Sequera. He is well-versed in Microsoft. He's going to be a wonderful guy. Anthony, you want to introduce yourself? How are you doing? Absolutely. Anthony Sequera, as you heard, I am back at ACI Learning after a hiatus where I went and taught with Splunk. In fact, we've got Splunk training here now. That's great. But yeah, it's great to be back with ACI Learning and IT Pro, and I'm super excited for this class and I got to apologize to Sophie, our host. That's the longest name of a course I've had in a long time. But it needs to be a long name because Microsoft has taken their Intune product and they've tucked it underneath something called Endpoint Manager in Azure. We're going to talk about Endpoint Manager, we're going to talk about Intune, we're also going to be talking about the Microsoft configuration, Endpoint Configuration Manager product. That's the new SCCM from Microsoft. So lots to talk about in this course, Sophie, for sure. So what is the structure of this course going to look like? Yeah, what we're going to do is we're going to teach our students step-by-step, how to establish a Microsoft Intune presence in Microsoft Azure, and right away start managing desktops, mobile phones, tablets, Apple stuff, Android stuff, Windows stuff, you name it. We're going to teach our students how to enroll those devices into Intune, and then start getting the management benefits of the software. So as a student watching and learning from this course, what is it that I can get from this course? Is there an exam associated with it? Is it just purely for knowledge purposes? Great question. We approached this course from a pure, you're going to do this in production, but you're going to see me covering some topics and you might go, why is he covering this? It's because of certification. So we were sure to look at the exam on Endpoint Manager that this coordinates with from Microsoft, and we made sure Sophie and I to cover every single objective from that list. So even though we want you to really be able to do this in production, that's our goal. We also made sure to cover all those odds and ends that Microsoft might test you on. And of course, last but not least, why are you excited about this course, Anthony? I'm excited about this course because Intune works now. I've been teaching Intune for decades, and when Microsoft first invented this product, it was a real challenge to get it to function. In fact, I was talking to one of our other instructors here, Ronnie Wong. He's been teaching it for decades as well. And he was like, boy, I remember being able to get the devices into Intune, but then I could never get them out. And we're going to be looking at that in this course, and we'll be looking at troubleshooting systems that are managed by Intune. But let's face it, we'll also talk about pitfalls and things that can go wrong with Intune itself. Well, all right. I think that pretty much covers it unless there's anything else that you want to add. No, just super excited that we are getting this course done. We've had a lot of requests over the years for Intune training, so we're finally getting to it. All right. Well, thank you so much for joining us for this overview of Mastering Microsoft Endpoint Manager and Intune, and we'll see you in the rest of the course.

Learning Style

On Demand

Length of course

3h 7m
15 Episodes

Here are the topics we'll cover

  • Understanding Microsoft Endpoint Manager
  • Deploying and Managing Windows
  • Configuring and Securing Endpoints
  • Deploying and Managing Applications
  • Additional Endpoint Manager Features
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