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Add Intune MDM to Windows 10 1709 device with ConfigMgr

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Panu Saukko
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Add Intune MDM to Windows 10 1709 device with ConfigMgr

Can you add Intune MDM to Windows 10 1709 device with ConfigMgr client if you haven't configured co-management between Intune tenant & ConfigMgr site?

 

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RE: Add Intune MDM to Windows 10 1709 device with ConfigMgr

The capability in SCCM to auto-enroll a client to MDM is part of the onboarding experience to connect the site with Intune. So yes you do need to configure co-management for the automated enrollment. However I think you can manually MDM enroll.
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Re: RE: Add Intune MDM to Windows 10 1709 device with ConfigMgr

Which one wins (ConfigMgr or Intune MDM) if you manually enroll ConfigMgr client to Intune without co-management and you e.g. set different update settings in both tools? Last writer wins? Because Windows 10 1709 allows to have both mgmt tools at the same time, there is a strong probability that multiple devices will have these issues by accident.

Re: RE: Add Intune MDM to Windows 10 1709 device with ConfigMgr

Panu, there will never be a situation where both MDM and SCCM are in conflict. If you don't enable co-management then the pre-1709 behaviour stands. We will de-register the MDM agent.

When you enable co-management, by default the MDM channel will be in a read only state with SCCM being the authority for management of the device.

As you then swing over features to Intune, SCCM will then stop providing policy for those features to the co-managed device leaving Intune the authority for those features and SCCM for the rest.

Rob
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