Next Release of Windows Intune Coming Soon
Windows Intune brings together Windows cloud services and a Windows 7 Enterprise subscription to help businesses simplify PC management and security.
Today,Â the Microsoft Intune TeamÂ excited to announce that the new features and capabilities that you have seen in the Windows Intune beta will be commercially available on October 17th, 2011. If you have a paid subscription in the Windows Intune service, your account information and your data will be upgraded to the new service within a short time after it becomes commercially available.
HereÂ are some of the features included in the next version â€“ and these are just a few of them.
- Software Distribution: With this release, administrators can deploy most Microsoft and third-party updates or applications to PCs nearly anywhere over the Internet.
- Remote Tasks: IT can remotely perform the following tasks on Windows Intune managed PCs from the administration console: Full scan, Quick scan, Update Malware Definition, and Restart.
- Read-Only Access: IT pros and partners can give select administrators read-only access to the administration console so they can view PC information as needed, but not perform any configuration tasks.
- Enhanced Reporting: Create hardware reports based on new hardware filters for common hardware characteristics. Additionally, you can now create and save report parameters to make it easy and efficient to run a report again in the future.
[download]See full description at this download[/download]
[download]Windows Intune July 2011 Beta Overview Video[/download]
[download]Best Practices for Deploying Software with Windows Intune[/download]
[download]Software Deployment with Windows Intune[/download]
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And… Don’t forget to come to the german “cloud conference” in Munich! I show you in a workshop the new Intune service.
Cloud Computing Konferenz 2011
Infrastuktur, Architektur, Kosten, Design & Entwicklung
23. November 20011 – Halbtagesworkshop 1: Intune Version 2 Beta Workshop (now not Beta 🙂 )
[note]Go to the conference site[/note]
Und hier ist noch einmal ein kleines Video: