If you’re an SCCM Administrator you’ve likely heard of InTune and might be wondering when to use it.
In this post, we’ll cover how SCCM and Intune are able to manage Windows 10 full desktop computers (including laptops and Windows tablets like the Surface or Surface book.)
If instead you’re wondering about managing the Surface RT, lol, enjoy your metro cutting board.
To understand where InTune really shines, let’s think of where SCCM works best:
- known and defined network infrastructure
- well connected end-point devices (less of an issue today)
- standardized hardware models
- standardized, company owned hardware
- Active Directory Domain (all SCCM servers must be domain members)
- Managed machines are either domain joined, or need certificates (certs =PKI =Even more infrastructure and configuration)
- Wonderfully powerful imaging capabilities
It becomes pretty obvious, SCCM is for the big enterprise, which its also expensive and has…
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