Configure Windows Intune for SCCM 2012 R2 – Part 2

 Apr 04, 2014

In my last blog post (Configure Windows Intune for SCCM 2012 R2 - Part 1), I mentioned the need to have a common interface to manage mobile devices, company servers and computers.  To achieve this, I then went through the steps to configure Windows Intune for System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2012 R2. In today's post, I'll demonstrate how to configure the  Windows Intune Connector role in four simple steps. Step One: Under 'Site Configuration,' expand 'Servers and Site System roles.' Check that you now have a new site system server listed, namely Step Two: Select your 'Primary Server,' right-click this and choose 'Add Site System Roles.' Step Three: Fill in the details for the 'General Page' and then on the 'System Role Selection,' page select the Windows Intune Connector role. Step Four: Complete the 'Add Site System Roles' wizard. Now you're able to configure Windows Intune for SCCM 2012 R2 and configure the Windows Intune Connector role. If you're interested in finding out more about Windows Intune or System Center, take a look at New Horizons' complete list of System Center 2012 training courses.

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Praween Pathinayaka  

With over 10 years of in-class training and IT industry experience, Praween is one of New Horizons’ senior IT Infrastructure & networking instructor. His vast experience is backed by an Honours in Computing and Information Systems. With his extensive skills-set he brings a thorough mentoring capability to the classroom where he can advise on technical issues and challenges often beyond the scope of the course curriculum. Praween is a highly experienced and very approachable training professional with the ability to establish credibility fast with students at all levels. As a trainer at New Horizons, Praween is able to pursue his two main passions in life; technology and helping others to expand their knowledge and skill sets.

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