Checklist for managing devices with UEM and SCCM
The checklist in the following section is intended for administrators that want to manage
Windows 10devices with both
BlackBerry UEMand SCCM.
Verify that the following requirements are met:
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.
Configure IT policies and profiles for Windows devices. Assign the policies and profiles to the appropriate users and user groups.
You must allow
Windowsdevices to be activated in the activation profile. For more information, see Enrolling a device to be managed with BlackBerry UEM.
After activation, you can manage
Windows 10devices 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.