If you've managed Windows on premises, you've likely used Group Policy Objects (GPOs) to define settings centrally and deploy them across your organization. Microsoft Intune has many of the same settings to help you on your journey to modern device management. We've given you a taste for modernizing your environment in our skilling snack on From on premises to the cloud. Now, dig into this week's serving to migrate your existing on-premises policies to the cloud.
Learn how to analyze your on-premises GPOs using Group Policy analytics. Let’s walk through getting started, exporting, and importing GPOs into Microsoft Intune. Finally, interpret the reports for readiness and consider some limitations.
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You can create a Settings Catalog policy using your imported GPOs in Microsoft Intune. This feature is in public preview. Find out what roles and permissions you need to begin, review and migrate your GPOs, and resolve any conflicting settings. Use additional considerations and tips to help you with troubleshooting.
Learn why you should consider leveraging the Settings Catalog in Microsoft Intune. Watch the Intune engineering team offer tips and tricks to help you optimize and simplify the way you manage your endpoints.
Explore the top five Intune policy tips and tricks to help keep your endpoints managed and secure. Start with the default baseline settings and customize them in collaboration with your security team. Then learn how to find appropriate settings, import or write your own ADMX files, and upgrade baselines. Follow along the helpful demos for each tip.
If you use administrative templates, there’s a feature in public preview just for you. Learn about the prerequisites and limitations of importing ADMX templates into Microsoft Intune. First, download and add the ADMX and ADML files to Microsoft Intune admin center before creating a profile. If needed, replace existing ADMX files.