Managing Windows 8.1, Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1 ...

Managing Windows 8.1, Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1 ...

WIN-B316 Managing Windows 8.1, Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1 Using Mobile Device Management Michael Niehaus Senior Product Marketing Manager [email protected] Managing Windows Governance Windows Phone 8.1 Windows RT 8.1

Exchange ActiveSync Lightweight Control OMA-DM Mobile Device Management Windows 8.1 Allow e-mail access BYOD-style management

Full Control Active Directory Group Policy System Center Fully-managed corporate device Managing Windows Mobile Device Management (MDM) Defined Policy enforcement and compliance

Security management App management Content management OMA-DM agent in OS, managed via a cloud Managing Windows Mobile Device Management (MDM) Services Step 1: Enrollment Simple process to register the device and user with the MDM service Access PC Settings -> Network -> Workplace (Windows 8.1) or Settings -> Workplace (Windows Phone)

Specify the users e-mail address (e.g. [email protected]) and turn on Find the appropriate MDM service based on the domain name (e.g. enterpriseenrollment.contoso.com for Windows 8.1 or enterpriseregistration.contoso.com for Windows Phone 8.1) Specify user credentials (as required by the service) Accept any terms of use (if offered) Demo Enrollment Step 2: Collect Inventory Automatically collected for all enrolled devices Sent to the MDM service, stored by the servicing for reporting purposes Supported Inventory Windows 8.1 Inventory

Windows Phone 8.1 Inventory CPU Information Web links deployed via MDM Device ID Memory Information RemoteApps deployed via MDM OS platform type Operating System

Firewall enabled Firmware version Computer System Windows Update (Auto Update) enabled OS version Networking Adapters Anti-virus enabled Device local time Physical Disks

Anti-virus signature Processor type Logical Disks Encryption enabled Device model Encrypted Volumes Bluetooth enabled Device manufacturer

Display Devices Wi-Fi enabled Device processor architecture Infrared Devices PC Settings synchronization enabled Device language Battery Credentials synchronization enabled Wi-Fi MAC address

System Bios Metered network synchronization enabled Phone number Shared Resources (disk, printer, screen) Intranet zone security level Roaming status Services Internet zone security level

IMEI & IMSI Date and Time Information Restricted sites zone security level Wi-Fi IP address Modern apps deployed via MDM Trusted sites zone security level Wi-Fi DNS suffix and subnet mask Enterprise apps installed Demo Inventory

Step 3: Apply configuration and settings Targeting controlled by the MDM service Device, user, or other attributes (leveraging inventory) can be used Automatically applied by the MDM agent Can tighten existing settings (e.g. EAS) Windows 8.1 Supported Policies and Settings Setting Setting

Enable Windows Error Reporting (Diagnostics Submission) Enable SmartScreen (Force Fraud Warning) Permit Data Roaming (Mobile) Enable Auto-Fill Allow Work Folders Allow Internet Scripting (JavaScript) Configure Work Folders Allow Internet Plugins Enable User Account Control

Enable Popup Blocking Enable Smart Screen Enable Do Not Track Minimum Password Length Intranet Security Zone Enabled Auto-lock Timeout Internet Zone Configuration Maximum Password History

Define Wi-Fi Profiles Password Expiration Define VPN Profiles Failed Password Attempts before Wipe Enroll Certificates Minimum Required Complex Characters Define Application Launch VPN Triggers Disallow Convenience Login Reset local account password

Enterprise Mode IE enable and configure App whitelisting and blacklisting URL filtering Windows Phone 8.1 Supported Policies and Settings Setting Setting Simple password Disable Location

Alphanumeric password Disable NFC Minimum password length Disable Microsoft Account Minimum password complex characters Disable roaming between Windows devices Password expiration Disable custom email accounts

Password history Disable screen capture Device wipe threshold Disable copy & paste functionality Auto-lock Timeout Disable sharing and saving of Office Documents Inactivity timeout Disable MDM un-enrollment Device encryption

Define Wi-Fi profiles and settings Disable removable storage card Define VPN Profiles Disable Camera Certificate management Disable Bluetooth Storage management Disable Wi-Fi

Assigned Access management Disable telemetry data submission E-mail account management App whitelisting and blacklisting S/MIME configuration Demo Settings Configuration Step 4: Deploy apps Push mandatory apps or allow users to select for themselves Company portal provided by the MDM service enables self-service

Sideloaded apps (e.g. line of business apps) or links to apps in the Windows Store Make sure you understand the sideloading requirements, including certificates and settings Web links (favorites) can also be deployed Demo App management Step 5: Remotely assist New capabilities in Windows Phone 8.1: Remote lock Remote password (PIN) reset Remote ring Demo

Remote assistance Step 6: Un-enroll Removes enterprise apps and configuration applied via MDM Removes data For Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1, remote business data removal removes e-mail and Work Folder docs For Windows Phone 8.1, a complete device reset can also be performed Demo Un-enrollment For More Information Windows 8.1 MDM enrollment protocol documentation, http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn409494.aspx

MDM protocol documentation, http:// msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn392112.aspx Sideloading apps, http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/dn535729 and http:// blogs.windows.com/windows/b/springboard/archive/2014/04/03/windows-8-1-sideload ing-enhancements.aspx Windows Phone 8.1 Windows Phone 8.1 Mobile Device Management Overview, http:// www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=42508 Training Windows Intune for IT Professionals Jump Start, http:// www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/training-courses/windows-intune-for-it-professional s-jump-start Related content Breakout Sessions

WIN-B316 Managing Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1 Using Mobile Device Management WIN-B364 Mobile Device Management Overview for the Next Version of Windows Phone WIN-B217 Deploying and Managing Enterprise Apps on Windows and Windows Phone FDN02 Enabling Enterprise Mobility with Windows Intune, Microsoft Azure, and Windows Server PCIT-B325 Protecting Your Corporate Data with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager and Windows Intune Find Me Later At. . . [email protected] or @mniehaus on Twitter Windows Track Resources

Windows Enterprise windows.com/enterprise windowsphone.com/business Windows Springboard microsoft.com/springboard Microsoft Desktop Optimization Package (MDOP) microsoft.com/mdop Windows To Go microsoft.com/windows/wtg Windows Phone Developer developer.windowsphone.com Resources Learning Sessions on Demand

http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Tec hEd TechNet Resources for IT Professionals http://microsoft.com/technet Microsoft Certification & Training Resources www.microsoft.com/learning msdn Resources for Developers http://microsoft.com/msdn

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