Windows

    Support Tool for Windows Intune Trial Management of Window Phone

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    English
    This tool facilitates Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager admins and Windows Intune admins to try out Windows Phone software distribution scenarios during the Trial period
    • Version:

      1.2

      File Name:

      WPTrial.msi

      Date Published:

      4/10/2014

      File Size:

      904 KB

        The Support Tool for Windows Intune Trial Management of Window Phone enables Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager and Windows Intune administrators to enable Windows Phone Device management during the Intune Subscription trial period. The downloaded support tool contains a script that populates a sample Application Enrollment Token in the Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager environment, a sample Windows Phone Company Portal app, and two sample applications that can be used for WP software distribution scenarios.
    • Supported Operating System

      Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012

          Supported Operating System for Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

          Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012
          System Center 2012 SP1 & R2 Configuration Manager with Windows Intune Subscription

          Supported Operating System for Windows Intune

          Any operating system where Windows Intune console can be accessed on a browser.
      • For Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager:
        1. Create an Intune subscription in the System Center 2012 Configuration Manager console and leave WP disabled
        2. Install the MSI hosted on this Microsoft Download Center page. It will extract the Support tool, sample SSP.xap and other sample xap files included in the MSI. The default location for the files is “C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft\Support Tool for Windows Intune Trial management of Windows Phone\”
        3. Create SSP.XAP (included in the msi) as Application within the Configuration Manager console
          • Deploy this application to cloud DP (manage.microsoft.com) targeting cloud managed users
        4. Enable management of WP devices
          • Open command prompt and run the script
            ConfigureWP8Settings_Field.vbs in query mode to get Company Portal name
            cscript ConfigureWP8Settings_Field.vbs <server>
            QuerySSPModelName
            where <server> is server name for top level site (standalone site or CAS)
            The result looks like this "ScopeId_D863212F-F5D5-48EA-9C42-1CC6C0DDA03A/Application_95ac8248-d8fe-4686-9c16-e0a2fb0fe256". This will be used in the next step.
          • Run the script ConfigureWP8Settings_Field.vbs in save mode with SSP name. This will populate the necessary certificate information to enable Windows Phone device management
            cscript ConfigureWP8Settings_Field.vbs <server> SaveSettings <Company Portal name>
            where <Company Portal name> is the output from the earlier step.
        5. After completion of the steps above, administrator can verify that WP device management is enabled. Admin can verify by going to Intune subscription properties, WP tab. WP should be enabled, certificate should be present, and company portal app should be populated with whatever app the admin selected.
        6. Deploy the sample apps provided in this package as appropriate
        7. Users will now be able to enroll their WP device and could browse the deployed sample apps in their SSP.
        For Windows Intune:
        1. Log in to your Windows Intune Trial account via http://manage.microsoft.com
        2. Install the MSI hosted on this Microsoft Download Center page. It will extract the sample SSP.xap and other sample xap files included in the MSI. The default location for the files is “C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft\Support Tool for Windows Intune Trial management of Windows Phone\”
        3. Note: The support tool included in the package is not needed for Windows Intune administrators. It is required for only Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Administrators.
        4. Navigate to "Administration -> Mobile Device Management -> Windows Phone"
        5. Upload the SSP.xap. Windows Intune Software Publisher will be launched.
          • In Software Setup page, leave the checkbox “Use the Company Portal App file signed by the sample Symantec code-signing certificate” checked.
          • Specify the location of software setup files by pointing to the SSP.xap that you’ve downloaded and extracted on your local machine
          • Click on next to complete the rest of the steps to publish the app
        6. After completion of the steps above, Windows Intune Windows Phone Trial account enrollment is enabled and you should be able to start enrolling your Windows Phone devices through your trial account.
        7. Deploy the sample apps provided in this package as appropriate
        8. Users will now be able to enroll their WP device and could browse the deployed sample apps in their SSP.

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