Level 200 – Beyond the basics: Adoption and baseline setup of Microsoft Intune
21st February 2023 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
During this workshop, we will explain and demonstrate “good practice” for Windows device management using Microsoft Intune.
Location: 7 Swallow Place, London, W1B 2AG.
How To Register?
To register for this event, you will need to reserve one of our tickets which you can see below.
On the event day, you must go to the venue’s reception and state you are here for the ‘Beyond the basics: Adoption and baseline setup of Microsoft Intune’. They will have the list of ticket holders and once confirmed they will be able to give you instructions on how to get access to the room.
The ticket purchase end date is: 17th February at 12:00 pm
Any issues, please email us on email@example.com
Why should you attend:
Have you started using Microsoft Intune to manage Windows devices for your staff and students, but want to improve your configuration to ensure you maintain good practice?
In this second of three workshops, we plan to:
Explore how you can validate your Azure Active Directory and Microsoft Intune configuration against recommended good practices.
Describe an advanced device deployment method to bulk deploy devices.
Demonstrate how to deploy MSI apps, administer updates and manage other baseline Windows settings typical to school environments.
What can you expect:
In this intermediate workshop, you will build on your understanding of mobile device management using Microsoft Intune.
We will cover:
- What is the Microsoft Intune device management lifecycle?
- Leveraging Azure AD dynamic device security groups
- Deploying an MSI line of business app using Intune
- Deploying recommended “good practice” configuration profiles for school environments
- Managing Windows Update for Business for shared and 1:1 devices
- Enrolling Windows devices using a Windows Configuration Designer provisioning package
Who is this workshop for:
IT managers and technicians working with multi-academy trusts, schools and colleges wanting guidance on managing Windows devices using Microsoft Intune.
Prior knowledge required:
Some experience in supporting Windows devices in a school/college environment using Microsoft Intune.
Familiarity with Microsoft Office 365 for education administration, such as managing users, accounts, identities, licenses and groups.
Some knowledge of Microsoft Intune is expected.
Reinier has been working with and supporting schools, colleges, and other organizations using Microsoft technologies for over 15 years, both in the UK and abroad.
He is a Microsoft Innovative Education Expert and Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator and as a technical consultant for Tablet Academy he provides training and consultancy on managing Microsoft 365.
Phil is Head of Consultancy and Training at the Tablet Academy (UK) and assists Tablet Academy (International) clients from around the world with their Digital Transformation programmes.
He has supported senior leaders, teachers and students from 100s of institutions in using technology to enhance teaching and learning, and improve individual and organisational effectiveness.
He is a former teacher, IT Manager in education, and corporate trainer and is a fully qualified Microsoft Certified Educator.