Intune Guided Scenarios with Policy Set Templates Help Admins MEM

Let’s discuss Intune Guided Scenarios with Policy Set Templates Help Admins MEM. I learned more about Intune-guided scenarios from the Ignite session hosted by Paul Mayfield, Terrell Cox, and Micro-Scott.

Most of the screenshots which are given below are taken from the demo and slides of the same ignite session.

More details about the session and recording are in the below section of the post.

Ignite 2019 Coverage

Patch My PC
  1. Microsoft Endpoint Management SCCM Intune Windows Updates
  2. Microsoft Endpoint Manager is the future of SCCM Intune MEMMI MEMCM
  3. iOS Android macOS Mobile Enrollment Options with Intune
  4. Basics of Windows Dynamic Update Explained Update Management
  5. WVD End User Experience Availability Updates
  6. MSIX Updates from Ignite Reliability Network Disk-space
  7. Microsoft Learning Certification Exams Updates
  8. Intune Reporting Strategies Advanced Reporting
  9. Intune Endpoint Security Policies Enhancements
  10. Intune Policy Sets Collection of Workflows
  11. Guided Scenarios with Policy Sets Templates

Intune Guided Scenarios

I feel Intune Guided Scenarios are very helpful to new Intune admins. They probably don’t know where Intune APP, Intune Apps, Configuration Profiles, etc., are.

They can complete the following jobs (scenarios) without extensive MEM Intune experience.

NOTE! – Are these guided scenarios there for Intune admins to play around with the new stuff? If so, try this in a pre-prod or staging environment.

Microsoft will create many more similar Intune guided scenario templates with the future releases of Microsoft Endpoint Management Microsoft Intune (MEMMI).

Adaptiva
  • Secure Office apps for mobile
  • Deploy Edge for mobile
  • Try out a cloud-managed PC
Intune Guided Scenarios with Policy Set Templates Help Admins MEM - Fig.1
Intune Guided Scenarios with Policy Set Templates Help Admins MEM – Fig.1

Intune Guided Scenario

During the creation of a guided scenario, Intune will automatically create a policy set based on pre-defined templates.

The result of the Intune guided scenario is a policy set. You can edit the Intune policy set later.

Create a Prefix because we will be creating many other resources, so it will be easy to search later as per the Microsoft Ignite session.

Intune Guided Scenarios with Policy Set Templates Help Admins MEM - Fig.2
Intune Guided Scenarios with Policy Set Templates Help Admins MEM – Fig.2
Intune Guided Scenarios with Policy Set Templates Help Admins MEM - Fig.3
Intune Guided Scenarios with Policy Set Templates Help Admins MEM – Fig.3

Select the apps you want to protect in the Intune Guided Scenario called – Secure Office apps for mobile. You can see the options to create new LOB applications (very interesting scenarios).

Intune Guided Scenarios with Policy Set Templates Help Admins MEM - Fig.4
Intune Guided Scenarios with Policy Set Templates Help Admins MEM – Fig.4

Intune App protection policy configurations are listed below.

Intune Guided Scenarios with Policy Set Templates Help Admins MEM - Fig.6
Intune Guided Scenarios with Policy Set Templates Help Admins MEM – Fig.5

Assignment options are available on the below screen.

Intune Guided Scenarios with Policy Set Templates Help Admins MEM - Fig.6
Intune Guided Scenarios with Policy Set Templates Help Admins MEM – Fig.6

The Intune guided scenario experience is completed for the Intune Admin. Now, the admin can see that a policy set, app protection policies, etc., are created with the prefix Ignite!

Intune Guided Scenarios with Policy Set Templates Help Admins MEM - Fig.7
Intune Guided Scenarios with Policy Set Templates Help Admins MEM – Fig.7

Session

  • Microsoft Endpoint Manager, including Microsoft Intune and Configuration Manager – https://myignite.techcommunity.microsoft.com/sessions/83532

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Author

Anoop C Nair is Microsoft MVP! He is a Device Management Admin with more than 20 years of experience (calculation done in 2021) in IT. He is a Blogger, Speaker, and Local User Group HTMD Community leader. His main focus is on Device Management technologies like SCCM 2012, Current Branch, and Intune. He writes about ConfigMgr, Windows 11, Windows 10, Azure AD, Microsoft Intune, Windows 365, AVD, etc.

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