Explore the Latest Features of Microsoft Endpoint Manager – September 2020 Edition

Microsoft Endpoint Manager – 2209 (September) Edition
The Microsoft Endpoint Manager is an integrated platform for managing user devices and applications. It provides a range of services and capabilities to help organizations securely manage and protect their corporate data, while allowing users to access their data and applications from any device. This article will provide a summary of the new features and improvements included in the September 2209 release of Microsoft Endpoint Manager.

New Features and Enhancements
The September 2209 release of Microsoft Endpoint Manager includes a range of new features and enhancements to help organizations manage their devices and applications more effectively. These include:

* Improved Device Security: Microsoft Endpoint Manager has improved its device security capabilities, including the ability to detect and block malicious applications and other threats, and the ability to protect data from unauthorized access. It also now supports the latest version of Windows 10.
* Simplified User Experience: The user experience has been improved in Microsoft Endpoint Manager, with simplified setup and configuration, and improved user interface. Users can now access their data and applications from any device, and manage their devices and applications more easily.
* Integrated Mobility Solutions: Microsoft Endpoint Manager now includes integrated mobility solutions, such as the ability to securely access data from any device, and the ability to manage devices remotely. This allows organizations to provide users with secure access to their data, wherever they are.
* PowerShell Script Support: Microsoft Endpoint Manager now supports PowerShell scripts, allowing organizations to automate and streamline their device and application management processes. This helps organizations to save time and reduce complexity.

Conclusion
The September 2209 release of Microsoft Endpoint Manager brings a range of new features and enhancements to help organizations manage their devices and applications more effectively. With improved device security, a simplified user experience, integrated mobility solutions, and PowerShell script support, Microsoft Endpoint Manager provides the tools and capabilities organizations need to effectively manage their devices and applications.

PowerShell Script Examples
PowerShell scripts can be used to automate and streamline the device and application management processes in Microsoft Endpoint Manager. Here are some examples of PowerShell scripts you can use to manage your devices and applications in Microsoft Endpoint Manager:

* Get a list of devices enrolled in Microsoft Endpoint Manager: Get-CMDevice -Enrolled
* Get a list of applications installed on a device: Get-CMApp -DeviceName DeviceName
* Install an application on a device: Install-CMApp -Name AppName -DeviceName DeviceName
* Uninstall an application from a device: Uninstall-CMApp -Name AppName -DeviceName DeviceName

These are just a few examples of the PowerShell scripts you can use to manage your devices and applications in Microsoft Endpoint Manager. There are many more scripts available, and you can find more information about them in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager documentation.

Conclusion
The September 2209 release of Microsoft Endpoint Manager provides a range of new features and enhancements to help organizations manage their devices and applications more effectively. With improved device security, a simplified user experience, integrated mobility solutions, and PowerShell script support, Microsoft Endpoint Manager provides the tools and capabilities organizations need to effectively manage their devices and applications.

For more information about the new features and enhancements in the September 2209 release of Microsoft Endpoint Manager, please refer to the official documentation from Microsoft.