Microsoft Intune – Step by Step Guides / Trainings

Microsoft Intune is a Microsoft cloud-based management tool for mobile devices that aims to provide unified endpoint management of both corporate and BYOD equipment in a way that protects corporate data. It extends some of the “on-premises” functionality of Microsoft Configuration Manager (SCCM) to the Microsoft Azure cloud.

​No on-premises infrastructure is required for clients to use Intune, and management is accomplished using a web-based portal accessible through .

We have many step by step guides published on Techuisitive blog over the time. Here we have tried to consolidated the posts in sequential order / technology wise , which you can follow to learn Microsoft Intune.

Application Deployment – Win32 Apps

Win32 apps provide us greater control over the deployment of app. The Win32 apps support deployment of multiple files via IntuneWin wrapper (intuneWinAppUtil.exe). The Intunewin Wrapper can be used to deploy multiple files such as MSI with transform (MST). The Win32 app also support the deployment of .EXE file by converting them to .intunewin format. The Win32 apps also allow us to configure additional parameters similar to Configuration Manager application model features such as Requirements, Detection methods, Dependencies & Supersedence.

You can go though below posts to understand Win32 application deployment through Microsoft Intune. You can also follow this link to find all blog posts related with Intune Win32 application deployment & troubleshooting.

Device Configuration Profiles

Microsoft Intune Device Configuration Profiles allow us to configure, enable or disable different settings on Intune managed devices. You can create profiles for different devices and different platforms, including iOS/iPadOS, Android device administrator, Android Enterprise, and Windows. Then, use Intune to apply or “assign” the profile to the devices. The different types of profiles which are available in Intune are Administrative templates and Group policy (GPO), Certificates, custom profiles, Delivery optimization, Device feature, Device firmware configuration interface, Device restriction, Domain Join, Edition upgrade and mode switch, Identity protection, Kiosk, Endpoint protection and many more.

You can go though below posts to understand Device configuration profiles. You can also follow this link to find all blog posts related with Intune Device configuration profiles.

Windows Autopilot

Windows Autopilot is a collection of technologies used to set up and pre-configure new devices, getting them ready for productive use. Windows Autopilot can be used to deploy Windows PCs. Windows Autopilot simplifies the Windows device lifecycle, for both IT and end users, from initial deployment to end of life. Using cloud-based services, Windows Autopilot.

You can access all Windows Autopilot related posts from this link.

Endpoint Security

The Endpoint security policies are designed to help you focus on the security of your devices and mitigate risk.  The Endpoint security node groups the tools that are available through Intune that you’ll use to keep devices secure.

Role Based Access Control

Role-based access control (RBAC) helps you manage who has access to your organization’s resources and what they can do with those resources. By assigning roles to your Intune users, you can limit what they can see and change. Each role has a set of permissions that determine what users with that role can access and change within your organization.

Device Enrollment

The process that enables device management for a device is called device enrollment. During enrollment, Intune installs an MDM certificate on the enrolling device. The MDM certificate communicates with the Intune service, and enables Intune to start enforcing your organization’s policies.

Intune PowerShell SDK

Intune PowerShell SKD is a PowerShell module which contains many cmdlets to help IT professionals automate and manage their Intune environment through PowerShell without needing to touch the Intune portal.

Here you can find the link to different posts to where we used PowerShell SDK to to get Intune data / automate the tasks. You can also access all related posts here as all links may not updated below.

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