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Checklist for managing devices with 
UEM
 and SCCM

The checklist in the following section is intended for administrators that want to manage 
Windows 10
 devices with both 
BlackBerry UEM
 and SCCM.
Step 
Description
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Configure the latest version of 
BlackBerry UEM
 (12.10 or later) or 
BlackBerry UEM Cloud
 according to your organization's specifications.
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Verify that the following requirements are met:
  • Administrators must be running SCCM version build 1710 or later
  • Users must be running 
    Windows 10
     build 1709 or later on their devices
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Using the MDM Migration Analysis Tool (MMAT), determine the policies that can be managed with 
UEM
. SCCM will continue to manage any group policy that does not have an equivalent MDM policy.
  1. Run the tool in the SCCM environment. The result is an output of the list of group policies that are currently in use and the equivalent policy that is available in MDM management. For more information, see the 
    Microsoft
     CSP reference
    .
  2. If necessary, use the information generated from the tool to create IT policies and profiles for 
    Windows
     devices in 
    UEM
     in the following step.
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Configure IT policies and profiles for Windows devices. Assign the policies and profiles to the appropriate users and user groups.
You must allow 
Windows
 devices to be activated in the activation profile. For more information, see Enrolling a device to be managed with BlackBerry UEM.
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Configure UEM to manage apps for Windows 10 devices. Assign the apps to the appropriate users and user groups.
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After activation, you can manage 
Windows 10
 devices in 
UEM
. For example, you can make changes to IT policies and profiles at any time. They will be enforced on the users and user groups that they are assigned to. You can also manage the device remotely (for example, wipe the device), and define when Windows updates are allowed to occur.
For any group policy that is not assigned by an IT policy in 
UEM
, you can continue to manage the policy in SCCM.