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MMS 2015: Manage those mac os x devices with intune and vnext

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Together with Chris Nackers a session about managing those mac os x devices with Intune and vnext

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MMS 2015: Manage those mac os x devices with intune and vnext

  1. 1. Manage those unmanaged OS X devices with ConfigMgr Vnext and Microsoft Intune Peter Daalmans @pdaalmans http://ref.ms/aboutme Chris Nackers @chrisnack http://chrisnackers.com
  2. 2. #MMSMOA @pdaalmans Sn. Technical Consultant, IT-Concern Configmgrblog.com Breda, Netherlands Peter Daalmans
  3. 3. #MMSMOA @chrisnack Consultant, Nackers Consulting Chrisnackers.com Breda, Netherlands Chris Nackers 10 years
  4. 4. Agenda • Native manageability options in Vnext • Via native SCCM Client • Via native MDM channel • Manage Mac OS X via Microsoft Intune • Via MDM channel
  5. 5. Native Manageability options Mac OS X Support in ConfigMgr VNEXT
  6. 6. Native Manageability options • Support for Mac OS X • 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9, 10.10 and 10.11 • Hardware Inventory • Application Deployment • Settings Management
  7. 7. Enrollment of Mac OS X What do we need? • Public Key Infrastructure (AD CS) • Site server with Internet FQDN • HTTPS-enabled Management Point • HTTPS-enabled Distribution Point • Enrollment Point and Enrollment Proxy Point • Client Settings configured Installation/Enrollment • Terminal-based install (Console/SSH) • Manual certificate enrollment • User-driven GUI in SCCM 2012 R2
  8. 8. Demo Setting up support and enrolling Mac OS-X device
  9. 9. Inventory • Hardware inventory via Common Information Model (CIM) • Installed programs via hardware inventory • Inventory schedules handled by Default Client Policy
  10. 10. Application Management • Native in ConfigMgr 2012 SP1 / R2 using CMMAC wrapper (Community tool via: http://www.flaschengeist-studios.com/cmapputil-helper/ ) • Supports APP, PKG, MPKG, DMG • Detection via Application Bundle ID and Package ID • Deployment to Devices, not Users • Simulate Deployments are supported • Must be a required deployment • BITS not supported • Global conditions not supported
  11. 11. Compliance Settings • Creation of Items and Baselines • Report compliance of preferences • Remediate preferences • Managing preferences is getting harder because of changes since 10.8 and 10.9 and the ConfigMgr Client for Mac OS X • Supports directly managing (system) preferences • Supports discovery and remediation scripts
  12. 12. Compliance Settings • System preferences are stored in LibraryPreferences • So why can’t I manage user preferences? • User preferences are stored in ~LibraryPreferences (Users$USERLibraryPreferences) • Configuration Manager client operates in Root context • So the client will change Preferences of User Root (DCR is submitted) • Workaround = using Apple shell scripts • defaults reads <preference> <setting> <value> • defaults write <preference> <setting> <value>
  13. 13. Demo deploy applications / inventory / compliance settings
  14. 14. Troubleshooting • Library/Application Support/Microsoft/CCM/Logs • CCMClient-<date_time>.log • Records activities that are related to the Mac client operations, which includes application management, inventory, and error logging. • ~/Library/Logs • CCMAgent-<date_time>.log • Records information that is related to client operations, which includes user logon and logoff operations and Mac device activity. • CCMNotifications-<date_time>.log • Records activities that are related to Configuration Manager notifications displayed on the Mac device .
  15. 15. Mac OS X management Via Microsoft Intune
  16. 16. Management via Microsoft Intune Mac OS X support for Microsoft Intune is announced at Ignite! • Security • Web-based enrollment • Passcode policies • Disk encryption • Configure • Push WiFi/VPN profiles • Push custom policies (via Apple Configurator)
  17. 17. What is next? • Audit • Hardware inventory • Software inventory • Device reports • Management via MDM channel • User get’s access via company portal 18
  18. 18. Demo Mac Management via Microsoft Intune
  19. 19. Resources • Blog James Bannan: http://www.jamesbannanit.com • Blog Kent Agerlund: http://kea.coretech.dk • Mac Scripter: http://macscripter.net • Technet: http://ref.ms/sccmmac • Blog Peter Daalmans: http://configmgrblog.com (http://ref.ms/tools for demo examples) • Blog Chris Nackers: http://www.chrisnackers.com
  20. 20. Key takeaway Do you have Mac and SCCM / Microsoft Intune? Manage them to be compliant!
  21. 21. Share your ideas • Share your voice / ideas! • http://microsoftintune.uservoice.com/ • http://configurationmanager.uservoice.com/
  22. 22. Questions
  23. 23. Thank you!
  24. 24. Evaluations: Please provide session feedback by clicking the EVAL button in the scheduler app (also download slides). One lucky winner will receive a free ticket to the next MMS! Session Title: Discuss… Ask your questions-real world answers! Plenty of time to engage, share knowledge. SPONSORS
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