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Explore the Latest Features of Microsoft Endpoint Manager in the June 2206 Edition!

What’s New in Microsoft Endpoint Manager – 2206 (June) Edition?
The Microsoft Endpoint Manager is a powerful combination of Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune. The Endpoint Manager provides a single console for managing all Windows, macOS, iOS and Android devices. It helps organizations streamline the management of their device estate, reduce costs, and increase security.

In this blog post, we will explore the new features and improvements that have been released in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager 2206 (June) edition.

New Features
Intune App Protection Policies (MAM)
Intune App Protection Policies (MAM) is a set of features that helps protect corporate data in mobile applications. With the June release, Intune App Protection has added two new features:

* Allow devices with no user affinity: This feature allows admins to deploy and enforce app protection policies on devices that don’t belong to a specific user. This will help admins protect corporate data on devices that are shared or used by multiple users.
* New policy settings to control access to the device camera and microphone: This feature allows admins to control access to the device camera and microphone. Admins can choose to block access to the camera and microphone, or allow access only when the app is in use.

Windows 10 Update Rings
The June release adds a new feature to the Windows 10 Update Rings feature. Admins can now specify a list of users and/or devices that will be automatically added to a specific update ring. This will help admins ensure that specific users and/or devices always receive the latest Windows updates.

PowerShell Scripting
The June release adds a new feature to the PowerShell scripting feature. Admins can now use PowerShell scripts to configure and manage their Endpoint Manager environment. This will help admins automate tasks and quickly deploy settings across their device estate.

Improvements
Intune App Protection Policies (MAM)
The June release includes several improvements to the Intune App Protection Policies (MAM) feature. Admins can now specify which apps are allowed to access corporate data, and which apps are not. Admins can also specify which users and/or devices are allowed to access corporate data.

Windows 10 Update Rings
The June release includes several improvements to the Windows 10 Update Rings feature. Admins can now specify which users and/or devices are automatically added to a specific update ring. This will help admins ensure that specific users and/or devices always receive the latest Windows updates.

PowerShell Scripting
The June release includes several improvements to the PowerShell scripting feature. Admins can now use PowerShell scripts to configure and manage their Endpoint Manager environment. This will help admins automate tasks and quickly deploy settings across their device estate.

Conclusion
The June release of Microsoft Endpoint Manager 2206 includes several new features and improvements. The new features and improvements will help admins streamline the management of their device estate, reduce costs, and increase security.

Admins can now use Intune App Protection Policies to control access to corporate data, Windows 10 Update Rings to ensure that specific users and/or devices always receive the latest Windows updates, and PowerShell scripts to automate tasks and quickly deploy settings across their device estate.

For more information about the Microsoft Endpoint Manager 2206 (June) edition, please refer to the official Microsoft documentation.

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