Microsoft Endpoint Manager | Intune Blog

Microsoft Intune , which is a part of Microsoft Endpoint Manager, is a Microsoft cloud-based management tool for mobile devices that aims to provide unified endpoint management of both corporate and BYOD equipment in a way that protects corporate data. It extends some of the "on-premises" functionality of Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager to the Microsoft Azure cloud.

No on-premises infrastructure is required for clients to use Intune, and management is accomplished using a web-based portal accessible through . You can find interesting post about different Microsoft Intune topics here on Techuisitive blog.

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Win32 Apps

Win32 apps provide us greater control over the deployment of app. The Win32 apps support deployment of multiple files via IntuneWin wrapper (intuneWinAppUtil.exe). The IntuneWin Wrapper can be used to deploy multiple files such as MSI with transform (MST). The Win32 app also support the deployment of .EXE file by converting them to .intunewin format. The Win32 apps also allow us to configure additional parameters similar to Configuration Manager application model features such as Requirements,  Detection methods, Dependencies & Supersedence. Here you can find the interesting posts about Win32 app deployments & troubleshootings.


Device Configuration Profiles

Microsoft Intune Device Configuration Profiles allow us to configure, enable or disable different settings on Intune managed devices. You can create profiles for different devices and different platforms, including iOS/iPadOS, Android device administrator, Android Enterprise, and Windows. Then, use Intune to apply or "assign" the profile to the devices. The different types of profiles which are available in Intune are Administrative templates and Group policy, Certificates, custom profiles, Delivery optimization, Device feature, Device firmware configuration interface, Device restriction, Domain Join, Edition upgrade and mode switch, Identity protection, Kiosk, Endpoint protection and many more.

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