Common Tasks for Windows Intune
Updated: October 1, 2013
Applies To: Windows Intune
The topics in this section cover common tasks for Windows Intune that are performed regularly by the administrator and end user.
Common task topics
Adding and Managing Administrators in Windows Intune
You can use the Windows Intune administrator console to elevate an existing user to a service administrator, which grants that user administrative access to the Windows Intune administrator console.
Linking a User to a Computer in Windows Intune
Before you can deploy software to a user’s computer, you must link the user to a computer.
Device and User Group Considerations in Windows Intune
Windows Intune provides you with a great deal of flexibility for managing your devices and users by organizing them into groups. You can organize groups in the way that best suits your organizational needs.
Managing License Agreements in Windows Intune
Add and manage license agreement information for software that was purchased through Microsoft Volume Licensing agreements, and for Microsoft or non-Microsoft software that was purchased by other means.
Purchasing Additional Storage for Windows Intune
Purchase more cloud storage for your Windows Intune.
Retiring a Device by Using the Windows Intune Administrator Console
Retiring a device removes it from the Windows Intune inventory, and removes the Windows Intune client software from the computer.
Add Multiple Users with Bulk Import in Windows Intune
You can import multiple users into Windows Intune from a single comma-separated values (CSV) file.