Intune deployment planning, design, and implementation guide
|Applies to: Intune|
|This topic applies to Intune in both the Azure portal and the classic portal.|
A successful Microsoft Intune deployment starts with having a good plan and design. The purpose of this guide is to step you through the process of developing a deployment plan, creating a design, onboarding Intune, and conducting a production rollout.
What’s included in this guide?
This guide includes sections that will walk you through the end-to-end process of deploying Intune. Start with Section 1 to clarify your goals, objectives, and challenges. Then move on to Sections 2 – 7 in the order that best meets your needs. You don't need to work through these sections sequentially; you can complete them in parallel.
This guide also provides additional technical information and table templates that can be used to assist you with the Intune deployment planning, design, and implementation process.
You've already evaluated Intune in a proof of concept (PoC) environment, and have decided to use it as the mobile device management solution in your organization.
You're already familiar with Intune and its features.
Let’s get started with the first section: Determine deployment goals, objectives, and challenges.