Advantage of using SCCM Co-management with Intune

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What is the advantage of using SCCM co-management with intune?

Posted by Cris Alves in HTMD FB Group

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Vidya M A 2022-03-14T15:11:45+05:30 6 Answers 53 views 0

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    2022-03-14T16:21:24+05:30

    Replied by Matthew Pianetto
    Better application schedule deployment with sccm. More control over patches.
    You can also control boundaries for on-premise dp deployment.
    If you use a CMG with sccm/intune, devices never have to be on-premise. Unless you hybrid join.

    Replied by Mohan Babu
    To manage the windows clients (that are installed with SCCM agents) on the Internet.
    Both SCCM & Intune can manage the windows clients simultaneously.

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    2022-03-14T16:13:28+05:30

    Replied by Mohan Babu
    To manage the windows clients (that are installed with SCCM agents) on the Internet.
    Both SCCM & Intune can manage the windows clients simultaneously.

    Replied by Anthony Ferino
    IMO, Comanagement is the best all-around solution. Each has strengths and weaknesses.

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    2022-03-14T16:07:02+05:30

    Replied by Anthony Ferino
    I’ve found Intune is better at configuring the device (think group policy type settings) while Configmgr is much better at handling apps and content. Intune also gives you other MDM-style functions like a remote wipe.

    Replied by Corjan de Vos
    See Co-management as an in-between solution when you are planning to go to the cloud completely in the next years. If that’s not the case, there is really no reason to implement Co-management

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    2022-03-14T15:24:01+05:30

    Replied by Richard Barnes
    The end game is to decommission SCCM so having a pure cloud solution.

    Replied by Amit Jha
    Richard Barnes it will take a long time to overcome sccm

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    2022-03-14T15:19:14+05:30
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    Replied by JoLester Arcala
    for managing on-prem (SCCM) and offsite (Intune) devices

     

    Replied by Kaushal Thakur
    In the modern hybrid world, pure cloud with AAD is the way to go. We did it for more than 35K devices from SCCM to WS1 and AAD join. Business case – Remote provisioning is so seamless: Wipe and load capabilities for Ransomware and malware attacks. Users can do self reset any day like iPhone

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