How to enable SCCM Co-Management

Benoit LecoursIntune, SCCM, WINDOWS 1011 Comments

With the release of SCCM 1710, one of the key new features is the SCCM Co-Management possibility with Microsoft Intune. Comanagement enables some interesting features like conditional access, remote actions with Intune, and provisioning using AutoPilot. You can decide which feature is managed by which platform (SCCM or Intune). This is great to slowly phase into Intune. There are two main paths to reach to co-management: Windows 10 and later devices managed by Configuration Manager and hybrid Azure AD joined get enrolled into Intune Windows 10 devices that are enrolled in Intune and then install with the Configuration Manager client We will describe how to enable co-management and enroll an SCCM-managed Windows 10 device into Intune. SCCM Co-Management Prerequisites SCCM 1710 or later Azure AD Subscription EMS or Intune license for all users Azure AD automatic enrollment enabled Following our blog post, only configure Azure AD. Do not follow instructions … Read More

SCCM Error 0xC1900208 deploying Windows 10 1709

Benoit LecoursSCCM18 Comments

When deploying Windows 10 1709 Feature Update using SCCM, you may encounter errors when running the installation in Software Center. These errors are sent by the Windows setup itself, they are not related to SCCM. In this post, we’ll show you how to troubleshoot these error and how to resolve the error 0xC1900208 – 1047526904. This post assumes that you’ve done the preparation steps to deploy features upgrades with SCCM. Windows 10 1709 Troubleshooting Here are some basic troubleshooting tips that you need to understand before proceeding. This blog post is not about troubleshooting any errors, we’ll focus on the frequent 0xC1900208 error but we think that you need basic understanding before proceeding. If you’re already familiar with this process, skip to the next section. When launching a Windows 10 feature update from SCCM : Upgrade files (ESD and WindowsUpdateBox.exe) are downloaded in SCCM cache (C:\Windows\ccmcache) Relevant content is also stored in C:\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\Download … Read More