Intune & Co- Management for Azure AD Joined & Hybrid AD Joined machines

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Hi all,

Have some queries about to configuring Intune with co-management.
Currently, No Intune & Co-management not setup.

There are some devices are already registered to Azure AD joined device before configured Hybrid Setup.
I have placed AAD Connect for syncing devices to Azure and now devices are being synced to Azure AD and showing Hybrid Joined Device which is perfectly.
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Query :-1
Now what i can see same devices are showing Azure AD joined, Hybrid AD joined & Azure AD registration in my Azure portal.
In that case what do i need? should i delete Azure AD joined device which are showing as Hybrid Joined device in portal?
Do i need to something for Azure AD registration?

Query :-2
Once i configured Co-management in my environment.
If i push or doing something from on-prem client then would it be replicated to Intune device which is joined to Hybrid Joined Device?
If i push or doing something from Intune portal, then would it be replicated to sccm on-prem device?

Query :- 3
For my hybrid joined device, If my machine is not available on my network and push software updates that would it be replicated to my machine?

Thank in advance.
Rajesh

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Rajesh Kumar 7 months 4 Answers 124 views Beginner 0

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  1. Can you clarify this part “There are some devices are already registered to Azure AD joined device before configured Hybrid Setup.”

    1. Are these are domain joined devices? Or Azure AD Joined

    Query 1 – You can see 3 records for same devices in Azure AD … If so, have you waited for some time to get these device records merged automatically (if at all that is possible?)

    Query 2 – Co-management is not all console sync… it’s basically managing Windows 10 devices with Intune and SCCM at the same time. https://www.anoopcnair.com/sccm-co-management-intune-sccm

    Query 3 – If that device is managed by Intune. you can push from Intune application & policies …from Intuneportal

    • Query 2 – Co-management is not all console sync… it’s basically managing Windows 10 devices with Intune and SCCM at the same time. https://www.anoopcnair.com/sccm-co-management-intune-sccm – Thanks for your response.
      I have gone through the article which you shared with me, as per the article need to setup CMG/CDP to enabled co-management feature but dont have license of PAAS service for creating VM on Azure so i guess can’t configure co-managment feature right?

      If you are answer if yes, can i configure Intune to manage all devices from Intune & Sccm on-prem?
      If yes, what about the license as having M365 E3& E5 license with Azure premium 2 – Do i need to purchase any more license or it’s sufficient?
      If I share some workload to Intune like deploy new application from Intune that would it be replicated to all my sccm clients ( whether my machine is connected to corporate lan or open internet).

      Same like, if i use Intune ( software ring option) to update my all clients that would work for all my sccm clients?

      I will appreciate if could provide answer of my queries. thanks in advance.

      • Hello –

        1. For PAAS you don’t need license it’s Azure SUBSCRIPTION to build servers and VMs in Azure are needed.

        https://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/free/

        1.2. For co-management, CMG is not a requirement. Co-management can be completed without CMG/CDP. In that case, you don’t need an Azure subscription

        2. For SCCM customers Intune license is free for co-managed Windows devices.

        2.1 You need other licenses as you mentioned to fully manage devices via Intune

        3. The policy will get to the client if the client has connectivity to SCCM infra MP or CMG to get new policies

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      • Can I have update please

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