let’s login to the subscription signup process using our office credentials:
option to bind to office365 infrastructure. We take it.
So we seem to have a subscription to intune:-
There are three consoles – admin for setup, administration console, and end user console. We use the setup manager:
very nice! We see our office users
obviously Intune is very fully AAD integrated
One uses this portal to assign “intune licenses” (distinct from office licenses).
Now we have to sign our company supported apps, using certs (or a test cert applied to some test apps):
C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft\Support Tool for Windows Intune Trial management of Windows Phone\
We following the instructionson how to simulate signing an company portal app, and uploading it to the repository (of downloadable apps, from this company store).
Now, lets go learn about the Administrators portal (vs the setup portal, used above).
lots more administration functions…
where we see only our licensed users, in this new format
Setting the management authority – so we can manage “mobile” devices
download and use a tool to upload apps images (and spoof a signed app feature of the trial)
uploading the SSP app (first)
ok we have apps!
The Users portal is only one part of what one needs. Before using it, really one must enrolle the device – be it a windows PC or a nokia phone
for my (non domain-managed) surface PC (to start with)
So, we learn about how to make a zip file that does the same as user portal enrollment – and apply it to our PC
having prepared “client software” (for PCs, only?)
The net result is that the PC becomes “endpoint” protected.
back on the nokia phone, we learn how to use the workplace wizrd (and type in a long domain name)
back on the PC, we see what the admin gets to “think” about doing now – to our phone – playing NSA – snooping and snitching…
Now, I already verified my status with Symtantec. Isnt that enough to distributed some corporate apps?