System Center Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 can be connected to Windows Intune to enable mobile device management of Windows RT, Windows Phone, iOS and Android devices. This is a great solution because these types of devices expect an “always on” connection to the Internet and Windows Intune provides that “always on” management layer since it’s a public cloud service. In this video I connect Windows Intune to Configuration Manager and enrol a Windows RT device with our Windows Intune account. Doing so provides a company portal enabling our users to connect their own devices and download software prescribed by the IT department. Skip to 12 minutes if you just want to see the Windows RT experience.
This is a tricky area, so here’s some instructions to help you along
I can’t stress enough how important it is to do things in this order, if you don’t you’ll end up having to wait up to 72 hours for things to work through the various components to undo changes (which I did although only 25 minutes but it depends on the size of your directory).
First thing’s first you will need to download System Center Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 and have Windows Server 2012 to run it on, then setup your lab, once you have you can follow this video and these instructions…
Hi, great info. I quick question would it be possible to set this up without having a public DNS domain e.g. my SCCM ist in test.local AD and I do not have a public domain registered? Thanks.