Part 1 – Configure Microsoft Intune – the begin, create a new Azure tenant with EM+S subscription

Modern management is a hot topic these days. Microsoft has announced Microsoft 365 few months ago. Because of that I want to help to guide you into the installation and configuration in Azure and Microsoft Intune. I will begin with the simple basic stuff and later I will go deep dive into the matter.

What you need is the following:

  • An Azure Tenant
  • EM+S Subscription
  • Windows 10 test device/virtual machine. I got Hyper-V on my computer and created a Windows 10 Dev Env. (will downloaded automatically if you will use the wizard)

Let’s begin with a demo environment. I have made an environment on demos.microsoft.com, created a new Microsoft 365 Enterprise tenant.

You have to login with your MPN/partner credentials. After that go to Environments to create a new tenant.

I have chosen for Microsoft 365 Enterprise Demo Content. Click on the button Create Tenant. You must give a PIN for the tenant to secure the environment. After that he will creating a new tenant for you. You will see this information if the process is done.

Copy the username and go to the Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com) Login with the new created credentials.

For license you can check Azure Active Directory -> Licenses -> Products

Now you have a working Azure/EM+S environment for testing Microsoft Intune with Windows 10 device. The users are created, and they are assigned to use EM+S, Office 365 and Windows 10 features.

Do you want to go the next part? Click here

 

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