What’s New in Microsoft Endpoint Manager – 2202 (February) Edition
Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) provides a modern, cloud-based management solution that empowers IT professionals to secure and manage devices across their organization. The 2202 (February) release introduces several new features and enhancements to MEM to help organizations streamline their device management processes and improve their security posture.
Improved Security with Windows Update
In the 2202 (February) release, MEM now supports the ability to set a maximum number of active devices in an organization, helping to ensure that devices are kept up-to-date with the latest security patches. This new feature allows IT professionals to better control the number of devices that are actively connected to the organization’s network, allowing them to easily identify and remediate any potential security vulnerabilities.
Simplified Mobile Device Management
MEM has also made several improvements to its mobile device management capabilities, including the ability to configure and deploy policies on devices running Windows 10 Mobile. This new feature allows IT professionals to quickly and easily manage mobile devices from a single console, making it easier to ensure that devices remain compliant with organizational policies.
Improved Device Security
The 2202 (February) release also includes several features that improve the security of devices in an organization, including the ability to automatically detect and block devices that are not managed by MEM. This feature allows IT professionals to quickly identify and remediate any potential security threats, helping to ensure that devices remain secure and compliant with organizational policies.
The 2202 (February) release also includes several PowerShell scripts to help IT professionals quickly and easily manage their devices. For example, the Get-IntuneDeviceStatus PowerShell cmdlet allows IT professionals to quickly retrieve the status of a device, including its compliance status and any software updates that have been applied. This information can then be used to quickly identify and remediate any potential security vulnerabilities.
The 2202 (February) release of Microsoft Endpoint Manager introduces several new features and enhancements that help organizations improve their device management processes and security posture. By taking advantage of these new features, IT professionals can ensure that their devices remain secure, compliant, and up-to-date with the latest security patches.