Blog series about how to integrate Microsoft Intune and ConfigMgr with Single Sign-On

A few weeks ago I did a blog post about How to configure a relying party trust between on-premises AD FS and Microsoft Azure AD for single sign-on in Microsoft Intune. Based on that blog post I’ve got a lot of feedback of people mentioning that it was a great post, but that they would like to see the complete picture. That made me decide to create a step-by-step guide for a basic lab setup of Microsoft Intune and ConfigMgr with single sign-on. Starting today the complete series is online on windows-noob. I’ve sliced this guide in to the following four pieces:

  1. How to integrate Microsoft Intune and System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager with Single Sign-On – Part 1: Introduction and prerequisites;
    • This first part is about what this blog series will deliver and what the prerequisites are that need to be in place.
  2. How to integrate Microsoft Intune and System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager with Single Sign-On – Part 2: Install and configure Active Directory Federation Service;
    • This second part is about installing and configuring AD FS, WAP and single sign-on.
  3. How to integrate Microsoft Intune and System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager with Single Sign-On – Part 3: Configure directory synchronization;
    • This third part is about configuring the synchronization of the on-premises user accounts to the Azure AD.
  4. How to integrate Microsoft Intune and System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager with Single Sign-On – Part 4: Integrate ConfigMgr and Microsoft Intune;
    • This fourth part is about integrating Microsoft Intune with ConfigMgr to leverage the single sign-on experience.

Available for download

As a small extra for those reading my blog, I’ve also created a PDF that contains the content of this blog series. Starting now this PDF is available for download on the TechNet Galleries.

>> The complete PDF is available via download in the TechNet Galleries! <<

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