How do I enrol my University owned Windows (Pro or Enterprise) device for Intune MDM?​

How do I enrol my University owned Windows (Pro or Enterprise) device for Intune MDM?

Aimed at:  Edinburgh Napier’s staff

Intune is the technology used for University’s Mobile Device Management (MDM) service for staff members.  Find out more...

This guide explains the installation procedure to enrol Windows devices that are University owned (corporate) into Intune MDM (suitable for shared devices). Your experience may differ slightly depending on the operating system version, but the principal procedure will be comparable.  A printable PDF version can be found here

Please note:  this is for Windows 10 Pro or Education edition and is not suitable for Windows Home edition (use the home method instead).

There are two different procedures to enrol your corporate device depending on its state:

  1. A brand-new Windows 10 device that has just arrived out of its box hasn’t been set up, or a device that has just reverted to a factory reset.
  2. An already configured Windows 10 device that is currently in use and already been configured through the windows starting set up.

 

1. To join a brand-new Windows 10 device 

If your device is brand-new and hasn’t been set up yet, you can go through the Windows Out of Box Experience (OOBE) process to join your device to Intune.

  • Start up your new device and begin the OOBE process.
  • If you see the How would you like to set up? screen, Choose Set up for an organisation then click next:

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  • On the Sign in with Microsoft screen, choose work or school account email address.
    • Sign in with your Edinburgh Napier login (4XXXXXXX) followed by @napier.ac.uk

  • Enter your Edinburgh Napier password and Sign In.

  • If you are set up with Multi Factor Authentication, you may be requested a verification code.
    • Enter the code you were texted from your mobile device and click next.

  • The OOBE will start Setting up your device for work. The Continue anyway button will appear shortly.
  • Select Continue anyway and the Setting up will continue working in the background.

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  • Complete the OOBE process, including setting your privacy settings and setting up Windows Hello (if necessary).
  • Your device is now joined to Intune through Azure.

To make sure you have joined:

  • Ensure the text of the account says Connected to Edinburgh Napier University’s Azure AD.
  • Open the Settings from the start menu of the device, and select Accounts in the Settings window.
  • Select Access work or school option in menu on the left.

 

2. To join an already configured Windows 10 device

If you’ve had your device for a while and it’s already been set up through the OOBE process, follow these steps to join your device to Intune.

  • Open the Settings from the start menu of the device, and select Accounts in the Settings window.
  • Select Access work or school option in menu on the left, then and select Connect.

 

  • On the Set up a work or school account screen, select Join this device to Azure Active Directory.

  • On the Let’s get you signed in screen, Sign in with your Edinburgh Napier login (4XXXXXXX) followed by @napier.ac.uk and click next.

  • Enter your Edinburgh Napier password and Sign In.

  • If you are set up with Multi Factor Authentication, you may be requested a verification code.
    • Enter the code you were texted and click next.

  • You may be requested to create a PIN. Select Create PIN to proceed.

  • You account will now be added successfully to Intune. Select Done to continue. 

To make sure you have joined:

  • Ensure the text of the account says Connected to Edinburgh Napier University’s Azure AD.
  • Open the Settings from the start menu of the device, and select Accounts in the Settings window.
  • Select Access work or school option in menu on the left.

 

Login with Edinburgh Napier credentials to fully benefit Intune

After completion, to benefit with Intune, its best to log back into the device with your Edinburgh Napier credentials:

  • Log out of the account you just setup Intune with (or reboot). 
  • At the Login screen, ensure you have a Wi-Fi connection on the bottom right corner.
  • If you are logging in for the first time after enrolling using method 2.
    • Select Other User in the bottom left of the screen
    • Use your Edinburgh Napier email e.g. t.test@napier.ac.uk and password to login.

There on after, you can just sign in with your PIN or password (or Windows Hello).  Select the Sign-in options under the password box to switch between PIN or Password.

 

The Intune Company Portal App

The Intune Company Portal app will be downloaded automatically to your device once enrolled and you have logged in to the device with your Edinburgh Napier credentials (it is also available in the app store if it takes too long). This is your portal to the apps available from Edinburgh Napier (including Office 365), and more information on all your enrolled devices.

  • Open the Company Portal from the Start Menu. 
    • Click the Apps option to see the apps available from Napier. 
    • Select the Office 365 Pro to install Office on your device. Login to an Office app with your Edinburgh Napier credentials to authenticate.  Outlook will be included with the Office 365 suite. Add an account with your University credential to see emails.

 

 

 

 

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