On Monday, Microsoft finally announced the rollout of the capability to manage a Windows 10 device with Intune MDM and the Configuration Manager agent. This long-sought-after capability has been requested by many of my Enterprise customers after they’ve embarked on the journey to modern management with Windows 10. If you want to unlock this superpower, read on.Before diving into co-management, let’s take a moment to differentiate between modern management and traditional management. At the onset, I would characterize the fundamental difference between the two management methodologies by how they deploy and manage a machine. On one end of the spectrum, traditional management designs and deploys a Windows machine with a high level of customization defined by the corporate IT department. On the other end of the spectrum, modern management prioritizes simplicity with a simple and minimal image that has little to no customizations.I see the value of the modern approach; however, it is worth noting that it brings its nuances, which if not handled well can become problematic. Let me elaborate briefly what I mean by that. In a modern, Enterprise-scale IT environment, when I provision a user for a client, I must either coordinate with a deployment technician internally or a hardware vendor to image the machine with my highly-customized version of Windows. After successfully coordinating the device image, I need to ensure that

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