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UDM with ConfigMgr and Intune – why CU’s Matter

When delivering sessions on Unified Device Management (UDM) with Configuration Manager and Intune we have always stressed the fact that running on the latest CU level is really important. If you attended our most recent session in Zurich you may recall the following slide header:

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A post that was published on the Configuration Manager Team Blog yesterday now gives a perfect overview on why those CU’s matter: as of CU2 there were a lot of fixes and improvements included related specifically to Mobile Device Management.

First there was CU2 which included fixes and improvements related to policies. CU3 included Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP) related fixes and the latest CU4 added the following:

  • Attempts to enroll a device in a user collection containing security groups will fail with an access denied error.
  • Inventory data collected from mobile devices and the Windows Intune connector may be for the wrong device if two devices synchronize simultaneously.
  • Hotfix extends client notification in System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager to MDM devices http://support2.microsoft.com/kb/2990658
  • Mobile Device Management settings are not applied to cloud-managed users in System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager http://support2.microsoft.com/kb/3002291

For a full history and overview of what was included in which CU have a look at the original post. Remember that these updates are cumulative so installing CU4 is sufficient as it includes everything from previous releases.

So our recommendation remains: apply the latest available Cumulative Update to your Configuration Manager environment as soon as possible!

Until next time!

Tim

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