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“Target Apps & Policies to Specific Devices with Microsoft Endpoint Manager Filters”

Secure your devices with Microsoft Endpoint Manager Filters
What is Microsoft Endpoint Manager?
Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) is an integrated platform that enables organizations to manage devices, apps, and users across their organizations. This platform provides organizations with a single console to deploy, monitor, and protect their devices, apps, and users. With MEM, organizations can securely manage devices, apps, and users from a single, unified console.How Does Microsoft Endpoint Manager Work?
MEM provides organizations with a single console to deploy, monitor, and protect their devices, apps, and users. From the MEM console, organizations can deploy and manage devices and applications, provide access to cloud services, and configure policies and restrictions to protect their data and resources.Using Microsoft Endpoint Manager Filters to Target Apps and Policies
Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) filters allow organizations to target specific devices with apps and policies. This functionality enables organizations to ensure that their most sensitive data is protected on their devices.Using MEM filters, organizations can target policies and apps to specific devices based on device attributes such as operating system, manufacturer, model, and more. By targeting policies and apps to specific devices, organizations can ensure that their most sensitive data is protected.

How to Use Microsoft Endpoint Manager Filters
Organizations can use MEM filters to target specific devices with policies and apps. To do this, organizations must first create a filter in the MEM console.To create a filter, organizations must first select the type of filter they want to create. MEM filters can be created to target devices using device attributes such as operating system, manufacturer, model, and more.

Once the filter has been created, organizations can then assign policies and apps to the filter. This will ensure that the policies and apps are applied to the devices that match the filter criteria.

Using PowerShell Scripts to Target Apps and Policies to Specific Devices
Organizations can also use PowerShell scripts to target apps and policies to specific devices using Microsoft Endpoint Manager filters. PowerShell scripts can be used to create filters and assign policies and apps to the filter.To use PowerShell to target apps and policies to specific devices, organizations must first create a filter in the MEM console. Once the filter has been created, organizations can then use PowerShell scripts to assign policies and apps to the filter. This will ensure that the policies and apps are applied to the devices that match the filter criteria.

Conclusion
Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) filters allow organizations to target specific devices with apps and policies. This functionality enables organizations to ensure that their most sensitive data is protected on their devices. Using MEM filters, organizations can target policies and apps to specific devices based on device attributes such as operating system, manufacturer, model, and more. Organizations can also use PowerShell scripts to target apps and policies to specific devices using Microsoft Endpoint Manager filters. By using MEM filters and PowerShell scripts, organizations can ensure that their most sensitive data is protected on their devices.

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