Cloud connecting with co-management

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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
- Migrate from hybrid MDM
- Get help from FastTrack

Immediate value

Conditional access with device compliance Control user access to corporate resources based on compliance rules from Intune Thumbnail of conditional access video
Remote actions from Intune Run remote actions from Intune for co-managed devices. For example, wipe and reset a device and maintain enrollment and account Thumbnail of remote actions video
Configuration Manager client health Maintain visibility of Configuration Manager client health from the Intune on Azure portal Thumbnail of client health video
Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) With Azure AD you can take advantage of improved productivity for your users and security for your resources, across both cloud and on-prem environments Thumbnail of hybrid Azure AD video
Windows Autopilot Reduce time, resources, and complexity associated with deploying, managing, and retiring or recycling devices. Autopilot also creates a better experience for end users. Thumbnail of Windows Autopilot video

Getting started

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. Thumbnail of co-management paths slide
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 Thumbnail of hybrid Azure AD set up video
Upgrade to Windows 10 Windows 10 version 1709 or later is required for co-management Thumbnail of upgrade Windows 10 video
Migrate from hybrid MDM Hybrid MDM (Intune integrated with Configuration Manager) is deprecated. Intune standalone is required for co-management. Thumbnail of migrate hybrid MDM video
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. Thumbnail of FastTrack video