Enterprise Mobile Device Management with Microsoft Intune

Datum
01/12/2020 - 03/12/2020
Ganztägig
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Veranstaltungsort
ETC Trainingcenter
Modecenterstrasse 22, 1030 - Wien




Für dieses Seminar werden folgende Kenntnisse empfohlen:
This WorkshopPLUS will not use virtual machines (Emulators) for Android devices. Recorded videos will be also used to demonstrate the functionality for iOS devices. If you want, you can bring a physical iPhone/iPad (iOS 11 or later), or an Android phone/tablet (Android 6.0 or later). You are also required to create an Apple ID, and a Google Account for this WorkshopPLUS upfront.

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With the proliferation of mobile devices in the workplace, employees can, and do, work from just about anywhere. To stay productive, this mobile workforce demands consistent access to corporate resources and data from any location from any device. This trend has introduced significant challenges for IT administrators who want to enable enterprise mobility while ensuring that corporate resources are protected from unauthorized access. By using Microsoft Intune, you can manage applications and devices from the cloud. Microsoft Intune is included as part of the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite, a cost-effective way to use the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility cloud services for all of your employees.
Dieses Seminar richtet sich an:
All cloud solution providers and participants of this WorkshopPLUS should have a basic understanding of mobile device platforms, such as iOS, Android and Windows devices. They should also have some background in Windows administration and networking. 
Module 1: Enterprise Mobile Device Management – Introduction 

This module provides an overview of MDM and discusses the need for an MDM solution and the unique challenges introduced by MDM. It covers Microsoft Intune services and capabilities. It also provides an overview of the architecture for implementing Enterprise MDM with the Intune standalone solution. 
Module 2: Microsoft Intune Configuration
This module covers how MDM integrates with Microsoft Azure Active Directory, Microsoft Intune, and Microsoft Office 365 portals and Multi-Factor Authentication. It also covers the basics of signing up for the Microsoft Intune subscription service and usage of the directory synchronization service. 
Module 3: Conditional Access (CA) and Device Enrollment
This module covers the basics of enrolling different type of mobile devices (Windows, iOS, and Android) and Conditional Access for Office 365 services. Module 4: App Deployment This module explains how to deploy apps to mobile devices. It covers deep-link app deployment and sideloading apps on mobile devices. 

Module 5: Mobile Application Management (MAM) Policies
This module covers MAM policy enforcement scenarios in Microsoft Intune. The lab activity in this module includes deploying MAM policies and managed apps to Android and iOS devices. Module 6: Microsoft Store for Business and Windows Autopilot
This module covers how to configure the Store for Business to distribute Universal Applications and how to use Autopilot to set up and pre-configure new Windows 10 devices, getting them ready for productive use. In addition, it explains how you can use Windows AutoPilot to reset, repurpose and recover devices.
Module 7: Security and Certificate Management
This module provides in-depth knowledge on certificate deployment and distribution by using a Network Device Enrollment Service (NDES) infrastructure. It also covers profiles management, such as Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP) and Virtual Private Network (VPN) profiles.
Module 8: Windows Defender and Updates
This module covers deploying Microsoft security updates to Windows 10 devices and enforcing Windows Defender policies and definition updates on Windows devices.
Module 9: Manage Devices
This module covers how to perform full/selective wipe, reset a passcode, lock a device remotely, and enable reporting in Microsoft Intune. This module also explains the components and workflows involved in implementing Microsoft Intune, and provides guidance on how to troubleshoot issues.
Module 10: MAM and CA without enrollment
This module covers how to use MAM and CA on a device without enrolling it in Intune. 

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