Cloud connecting with co-management
Co-management adds new functionality to your existing Configuration Manager deployment, without changing how you already work. When you enable co-management, you immediately begin benefitting from the cloud. You can apply that value to your existing management infrastructure and processes.
In this co-management quickstart series, see how you can quickly drive new management value. Co-management is built to create features and tools you can use right now.
In the following video, Microsoft corporate vice president Brad Anderson introduces this co-management series:
|Immediate value||Getting started|
|- Conditional access
- Remote actions from Intune
- Client health
- Hybrid Azure AD
- Windows Autopilot
|- Paths to co-management
- Set up hybrid Azure AD
- Upgrade to Windows 10
- Get help from FastTrack
If you want to enable co-management, start here to unblock the technical concerns you may have.
|Paths to co-management||There are two primary ways for you to set up co-management, and it's important to understand the prerequisites for each path. Each path requires some combination of Azure AD, ConfigMgr, Intune, and Windows client.||Learn more about paths to co-management|
|Set up hybrid Azure AD||If your environment currently has domain-joined Windows 10 devices, set up hybrid Azure AD before you can enable co-management|
|Upgrade to Windows 10||Windows 10 version 1709 or later is required for co-management|
|Get help from FastTrack||The FastTrack organization is a large group of Microsoft engineers who specialize in helping all types of organizations deploy Microsoft 365 apps, including setting up co-management.|