Microsoft Endpoint Manager Delivers Enhanced Management & Compliance for Linux Desktops

Understanding Microsoft Endpoint Manager
Microsoft Endpoint Manager is a comprehensive solution that helps organizations manage and secure their corporate devices, both on-premises and in the cloud. The solution is designed to be comprehensive, allowing organizations to manage the entire life-cycle of the devices, from provisioning to retirement. It also provides a unified approach to security and compliance, giving organizations the confidence that their corporate devices are secure and compliant.

Management and compliance checks for Linux desktop
Microsoft Endpoint Manager now supports management and compliance checks for Linux desktop devices. This includes a range of new features, such as:

Configuring Linux devices with Intune
Intune can now be used to configure Linux devices. This includes setting up user accounts, configuring network settings, and installing packages and applications. This makes it easier to manage Linux devices, as it allows organizations to use a single platform to manage both Windows and Linux devices.

Compliance checks for Linux devices
Intune can now be used to run compliance checks on Linux devices. This includes checking for the presence of specific packages, ensuring that certain services are running, and checking for the presence of specific files or directories. This allows organizations to ensure that their Linux devices are compliant with their corporate policies.

Managing Linux devices using PowerShell scripts
Intune now supports the use of PowerShell scripts for managing Linux devices. This allows organizations to use the same scripts to manage both Windows and Linux devices, making it easier to manage their devices.

Conclusion
Microsoft Endpoint Manager now provides powerful management and compliance checks for Linux desktop devices. This makes it easier for organizations to manage their corporate devices, as they can now use a single platform to manage both Windows and Linux devices. Additionally, Intune supports the use of PowerShell scripts, making it easier to manage both Windows and Linux devices using the same scripts. As organizations look to embrace a hybrid cloud environment, solutions like Microsoft Endpoint Manager can help ensure that their corporate devices are secure and compliant.