ConfigMgr user get now an Intune license

[German]A brief Information from the MS Ignite 2019 conference currently taking place in Florida. Users who have a license for the SCCM ConfigMgr now also have an Intune license to manage their devices.


The announcement was made by Brad Anderson, Corp. Vice President, Microsoft 365, at MS Ignite 2019. I have become aware of the issue through the following tweet. 

I'm assuming that this has something to do with Microsoft's announcement of Microsoft Endpoint Manager, where the licensing is also mentioned.

ConfigMgr (System Center Configuration Manager, SCCM) is a software product from the Microsoft System Center 2012 Suite. Intune is a software for Cloud Computing from Microsoft and serves the administration of PC and mobile end devices over the Internet. Intune is part of the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) and enables an administrator to manage end devices with Windows operating systems via a web browser (e.g. to perform virus scans or install updates). The administrator must also have registered with Microsoft with a Microsoft account. Distribution takes place via a subscription system: monthly costs are incurred for each managed user.

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