Manage corporate devices

Applies to

  • Windows 10
  • Windows 10 Mobile

You can use the same management tools to manage all device types running Windows 10 : desktops, laptops, tablets, and phones. And your current management tools, such as Group Policy, Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), PowerShell scripts, System Center tools, and so on, will continue to work for Windows 10.

In this section

Topic Description
Manage Windows 10 in your organization - transitioning to modern management Strategies for deploying and managing Windows 10, including deploying Windows 10 in a mixed environment
Connect to remote Azure Active Directory-joined PC  How to use Remote Desktop Connection to connect to an Azure AD-joined PC
Manage Windows 10 and Microsoft Store tips, tricks, and suggestions Options to manage user experiences to provide a consistent and predictable experience for employees
New policies for Windows 10 New Group Policy settings added in Windows 10
Group Policies that apply only to Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows 10 Education Group Policy settings that apply only to Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows 10 Education
Changes to Group Policy settings for Start in Windows 10 Changes to the Group Policy settings that you use to manage Start
Windows 10 Mobile and MDM How to plan for and deploy Windows 10 Mobile devices
Introduction to configuration service providers (CSPs) for IT pros How IT pros and system administrators can take advantage of many settings available through CSPs to configure devices running Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile in their organizations

Learn more

How to bulk-enroll devices with On-premises Mobile Device Management in Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager

Azure AD, Microsoft Intune and Windows 10 - Using the cloud to modernize enterprise mobility

Microsoft Intune End User Enrollment Guide

Azure AD Join on Windows 10 devices

Azure AD support for Windows 10

Windows 10 and Azure Active Directory: Embracing the Cloud

How to manage Windows 10 devices using Intune

Using Intune alone and with Configuration Manager

Microsoft Virtual Academy course: System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager & Windows Intune