Exploring What’s New in Microsoft Endpoint Manager 2201
Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) is a cloud-based solution for managing corporate-owned and user-owned devices, including mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM). It provides IT administrators with the ability to secure and manage devices across a range of platforms, including Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, and more. With the release of MEM 2201, there are several new features and improvements to existing features that will help to improve the experience for IT administrators.
New Features in MEM 2201
The 2201 release of MEM includes the following new features:
* Intune App Protection: MEM 2201 introduces Intune App Protection, which provides an additional layer of security for mobile applications. It allows IT administrators to set up mobile app-level policies to define how data can be used and accessed from within the app, as well as set up rules for data encryption.
* Windows Autopilot Improvements: MEM 2201 includes improvements to the Windows Autopilot feature, making it easier for IT administrators to provision and deploy Windows 10 devices. This includes the ability to add custom branding and images, as well as the ability to deploy applications and settings to devices immediately after they are provisioned.
* Configuration Manager Cloud Management Gateway: MEM 2201 includes the Configuration Manager Cloud Management Gateway, which enables IT administrators to manage devices that are located outside of the corporate network. This allows IT administrators to manage devices that are not connected to the corporate network, such as those connected through a virtual private network (VPN).
Improvements to Existing Features in MEM 2201
In addition to the new features listed above, MEM 2201 also includes improvements to existing features. These improvements include:
* Microsoft Endpoint Manager Console: The Microsoft Endpoint Manager console has been improved to make it easier for IT administrators to manage devices. This includes the ability to create custom views, improved performance, and the ability to access reports and insights.
* iOS Device Management: MEM 2201 includes improvements to the iOS device management capabilities, allowing IT administrators to more easily manage devices running iOS. This includes the ability to manage device settings, deploy applications and settings, and enforce security policies.
* Android Device Management: MEM 2201 includes improvements to the Android device management capabilities, allowing IT administrators to more easily manage devices running Android. This includes the ability to deploy applications and settings, enforce security policies, and manage device settings.
PowerShell Script Examples for MEM 2201
In addition to the new features and improvements in MEM 2201, Microsoft also provides PowerShell script examples that can be used to manage MEM devices. These scripts can be used to perform various tasks, such as creating and managing devices, deploying applications and settings, and enforcing security policies. Additionally, these scripts can be used to automate the management of MEM devices, allowing IT administrators to save time and increase efficiency.
The PowerShell script examples for MEM 2201 can be found on the Microsoft TechNet site here [https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/intune/intune-powershell-samples?view=intune-ps].
MEM 2201 is an important release for IT administrators, as it provides a range of new features and improvements to existing features. Additionally, Microsoft provides PowerShell script examples for MEM 2201, which can be used to automate the management of MEM devices and increase IT administrator efficiency. For IT administrators looking to take advantage of the new features and improvements in MEM 2201, the PowerShell script examples are an invaluable resource.