With the wide rage of trend and technological changes, organizations are taking a big leap towards enterprise mobility and security. To cope-up with such trends, Desktop Central adopts the approach of Modern Management. To unleash the Modern Management capabilities of Desktop Central, ensure you are using the Desktop Central - UEM Edition.
Desktop Central's UEM Edition is exclusively packaged to cater the needs of enterprises looking for one solution for all the system management needs. UEM edition serves as a centralized expertise, that could help system administrators manage everything right from desktops to modern mobile devices from a single console.
Note: In UEM edition, when the Windows 10 OS devices have the DC agent installed in them, the MDM agent will automatically be added on the devices.
After completing the enrollment process, you can leverage the following Modern Management capabilities in Desktop Central.
Know how to locate all the managed Windows 10 laptops, desktops and mobile devices.
All the configurations and applications that were installed using Desktop Central will be wiped out. This will not disturb any personal data other than the corporate data which has been distributed through Desktop Central. This endpoint will no longer be managed by Desktop Central. In case of Windows device, this action will be performed only when the device contacts the Desktop Central server.
All the data in the endpoint will be completely wiped out. The endpoint will become as good as new. You can also wipe all the data from the SD card, for SAFE and KNOX devices. In case of Windows devices, the enrollment is retained (OS version 1803) even after the data is wiped. If PPKG enrollment is used for other devices, the provisioning package is retained. The endpoint can be used again by just assigning new users.
Read and find how to distribute applications in KIOSK mode.
Distribute Windows store apps to Windows 10 laptops, desktops, surface pro tablets by adding the software packages.
Impose policies and restrictions to the managed Windows 10 computers, tablets and mobile devices.
Read and understand how certificates can be distributed using SCEP.