Migrating from SCCM to Intune for Endpoint Management

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Hi All,

Has anyone successfully managed to get off SCCM/ECM/whatever they call it this week and go full Intune for endpoint management?
If so, what guides did you use and what was your chosen path? I love SCCM but— Microsoft is slowly but surely waning their enterprise support off of it.
We are a hybrid enterprise but SCCM is not connected to Intune at all and used only for M365 Virtual Desktops, Mobile Devices and Teams Phones.
Any advice or regrets would be appreciated!
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    2024-06-20T21:16:14+05:30

    Replied by Pavel Yannara Mirochnitchenko

    Find my blogs in Linked in and evaluate the needs of additional automation. I have made several additions to Intune which increases automation level and my Intune is more equal to SCCM (driver tools, Registery, customizations of windows, no device hash).

    Replied by Hafedh Guiga

    Yes, you’ve to work with the workloads in order to move everything’s actually managed by SCEM.
    Some important points : LAPS, Bit locker, FW, AV, policies, etc…

    Replied by Paul Michael Woods

    Not just looking at Intune for me, look at the bigger picture first as a full cloud solution….plan ahead for things like Entra joined only, SD-wan, conditional Access, universal print, PDNS, cloud proxy, Entra kerberos Cluod trust for WHfB…lots of solutions brought in as a knock-on from Intune/cloud.

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    2024-06-20T21:16:14+05:30

    Replied by Pavel Yannara Mirochnitchenko

    Find my blogs in Linked in and evaluate the needs of additional automation. I have made several additions to Intune which increases automation level and my Intune is more equal to SCCM (driver tools, Registery, customizations of windows, no device hash).

    Replied by Hafedh Guiga

    Yes, you’ve to work with the workloads in order to move everything’s actually managed by SCEM.
    Some important points : LAPS, Bit locker, FW, AV, policies, etc…

    Replied by Paul Michael Woods

    Not just looking at Intune for me, look at the bigger picture first as a full cloud solution….plan ahead for things like Entra joined only, SD-wan, conditional Access, universal print, PDNS, cloud proxy, Entra kerberos Cluod trust for WHfB…lots of solutions brought in as a knock-on from Intune/cloud.

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    2024-06-20T21:12:27+05:30

    For More Details Software Center Vs Company Portal Differences SCCM Intune
    https://www.anoopcnair.com/software-center-vs-company-portal-differences/

    Replied by Kyle Townend

    People are still using SCCM?

    Replied by Gerty Tsinnie

    It is pretty easy to set up the transition from SCCM to Intune, you can create a Pilot inside of SCCM to manage this migration and verify that SCCM does the hand-off between SCCM to Intune and silo this to a specific set of users. It does take a while to sync depending on the number of devices that you have.
    You can also set up Co-Managed where there is a tie between SCCM and Intune and the policies are shared. I think for the people that have a fully fleshed out SCCM environment, they tend to go Co-Managed first to learn how to use Intune while they figure out how to get rid of SCCM or to even ride out SCCM for as long as they can.
    Do you know how many policies you are using inside of SCCM? There are similarities between the two but it would be good to understand how you currently manage existing devices and if you have an image of sorts for new devices. And also for apps, how are you pushing these out now? Do you have any on-prem apps? Do you have VPN back to AD, and is the plan to get rid of on-prem AD? Are you migrating on-prem BitLocker to Intune or even on-prem LAPS to Intune? Lots of questions. But there are ways to get this taken care of.

    Replied by Darrell Shand

    Heading that way but it’s a long journey

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