New Training: Plan and Implement Co-Management
In this 7-video skill, CBT Nuggets trainer James Conrad teaches you how to implement co-management for your Azure, Azure Active Directory, and Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Intune) organizations with a System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) on premises infrastructure. Watch this new Windows 10 training.
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This training includes:
- 7 videos
- 55 minutes of training
You’ll learn these topics in this skill:
- Introduction to Plan and Implement Co-Management
- Configure Group Policy Objects
- Configure Intune Policy
- Co-Management Requirements
- Configure Co-Management from Configuration Manager
- Policy Compatibility
- Summary of Plan and Implement Co-Management
Why You Should Use Co-Management with SCCM
Before starting the co-management journey, it helps to identify the reasons for doing so. This will help in a good transition to the cloud, or, to utilize both the on-prem and cloud platforms together.
Once implemented, your on-premise infrastructure will immediately begin benefiting from the cloud. Co-management enables applying those benefits to an existing SCCM.
There are two main paths to setting up co-management. It's important to note that there are prerequisites for each. Both paths will also require some combination of AAD, Configuration Manager and Intune.
Once implemented, there will be the benefit of maintaining visibility of Configuration Manager client health, right from Intune. Other benefits include improved security for resources across cloud and on-premise environments.
Co-management isn't a complete change to workload management. It simply adds dual management capabilities, allowing some workloads to be controlled by ConfigMgr, and others by Intune. By using co-management, you will have the ability to use the solution that works best for your organization's needs.