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Discover the Latest Innovations with Microsoft Endpoint Manager – June 2021 Edition

What’s New in Microsoft Endpoint Manager – 2106 (June) Edition?
In June 2020, Microsoft released a new version of its Endpoint Manager, which is a suite of products that provides cloud-based solutions for managing devices, applications, and data. This release includes a number of improvements and new features that are designed to help organizations better manage their endpoints and keep them secure. In this blog, we will take a look at some of the new features and improvements that have been added to the Endpoint Manager, as well as some of the PowerShell scripts that are available to help automate the process of managing endpoints.

Overview of New Features and Improvements
The June 2020 release of the Microsoft Endpoint Manager includes several new features and improvements. These include:

Device Health Attestation
Device Health Attestation is a new feature that provides administrators with the ability to view the health of their devices, including information about the device’s hardware, operating system, and security state. This feature can be used to help ensure that only healthy devices are allowed to access corporate networks, and can also be used to detect and remediate potential security threats.

Application Deployment Enhancements
Microsoft has improved the process of deploying applications to endpoints. This includes the ability to deploy applications to multiple devices at once, as well as the ability to deploy applications to specific device groups. This makes it easier for administrators to manage the applications on their endpoints.

Mobile Device Management Enhancements
The June 2020 release also includes improvements to mobile device management (MDM). This includes the ability to manage MacOS devices, as well as the ability to perform remote actions such as remotely wiping devices. This makes it easier for administrators to manage and secure their mobile devices.

Azure Active Directory Enhancements
The Endpoint Manager now includes several improvements to the Azure Active Directory (AAD). This includes the ability to deploy the AAD Connect app to endpoints, improved support for multi-factor authentication, and improved support for identity protection. These enhancements make it easier for organizations to manage their identities across cloud and on-premises environments.

PowerShell Scripts for Automating Endpoint Management
Microsoft has released several PowerShell scripts that can help automate the process of managing endpoints. These scripts can be used to manage device health, deploy applications, manage mobile devices, and configure Azure Active Directory. These scripts can be used to quickly and easily manage endpoints, which can help reduce the amount of time and effort required to manage endpoints.

Conclusion
The June 2020 release of the Microsoft Endpoint Manager includes several new features and improvements that make it easier for organizations to manage their endpoints. This includes the ability to view the health of their devices, deploy applications to multiple devices at once, manage MacOS devices, and configure Azure Active Directory. Additionally, Microsoft has released several PowerShell scripts that can help automate the process of managing endpoints. These scripts can be used to quickly and easily manage endpoints, which can help reduce the amount of time and effort required to manage endpoints.

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