Learning Microsoft Endpoint Manager: Unified Endpoint Management with Intune and the Enterprise Mobility + Security Suite By Scott Duffey

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    The first ever book on Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM), written by Microsoft Program Manager Scott Duffey!

    Did you just land an IT job only to learn your new employer is using Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) for device management? Perhaps you stretched the truth on your resume and suggested you knew it already? Maybe you are an old hat, know your stuff device management pro for another MDM or PC management product but your company is now migrating? Whatever the case, this book will be your zero to hero ramp up guide.
    Microsoft Endpoint Manager has rapidly become the tool of choice for IT professionals around the world for managing corporate and personal devices but the learning curve can be steep. This book can be used to fast track your understanding of MEM by laying out the concepts, including examples and tips for the real world, along with guided lab exercises.

    Topics include:
    Microsoft Endpoint Manager What it is and how to use it
    How to set up a MEM learning environment
    Mobile Device Management (MDM) for iOS, macOS, Android, and Windows 10 devices with Microsoft Intune
    Device enrollment concepts for Personal and Corporate devices including Windows Autopilot, Apple Automated Device
    Enrollment (ADE), and Google ZeroTouch
    Endpoint Security configuration in MEM including device Compliance and Azure AD Conditional Access across Microsoft Intune, Configuration Manager, Azure AD, Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, and Office 365.
    Deploying, protecting, and configuring mobile and desktop applications with Microsoft Intune. Learning Microsoft Endpoint Manager: Unified Endpoint Management with Intune and the Enterprise Mobility + Security Suite

    Awesome book for any Endpoint manager admin. I enjoyed the writing style of this book with the learn by doing approach. Harlequin medical romance This book was very well written in easy to understand language without all the difficult technical jargon. The best part of the book is that it provides step by step instructions for every concept so that you can learn by “doing it.” Harlequin medical romance With the ever changing landscape of modern device management, especially in the Intune and Configuration Management space, this book does a great job getting through the foundational principles and educating users on the basic, as well as not so basic management aspects of MEM. Harlequin medical romance Really good and informative, however would like to have details on config manager and intune part like explaining workloads also some on device compliance and conditional access would have been great like some complex settings
    Is there any difference with pki infra migration from config manager to intune Harlequin medical romance I'm ve been having a hellish time deploying a batch of endpoint via Autopilot and have been on calls with Microsoft support. The platform is definitely buggy and I really was hopeful this book would better guide me to troubleshoot and understand all out really does is state the obvious. Harlequin medical romance


    This book is well structured almost none to be added or removed. Author, Scott Duffey had a great idea on writing this book. All chapters flow into the next one and the technical structure and steps are fully connected to Intune and its features for MEM. All Do it sections are up to date and Scott is a very receptive author on regards to errata's reports. Well done Scott. I really enjoyed the reading in two weeks study on my O365 tenant reproducing almost all steps covered on the book. Harlequin medical romance Conceptual book and very well written Harlequin medical romance