Start using Microsoft Intune
Updated: January 27, 2016
Use the Start with a 30-day trial guidance to get your trial version of Intune set up quickly. The free trial allows you to test up to 100 user licenses and comes with free support.
So, sign up for a new account if:
Your organization doesn’t already have an Enterprise Agreement, a Microsoft volume licensing agreement, or an Office 365 subscription.
You will discard your free trial after evaluating Intune. This is recommended if you plan to use Intune with System Center 2012 Configuration Manager.
If you have a work or school account with an Enterprise Agreement or equivalent volume licensing agreement or Office 365 subscription, sign in with your work or school account and use the Start with a paid subscription guidance to quickly set up a small deployment so you can begin testing out device management scenarios.
We've compiled a list of topics to help you answer end-user questions and troubleshoot end-user devices managed by Intune. And you can download the customizable end-user enrollment guide to distribute to your employees.
The Intune service is updated regularly and significant changes are documented in the What's new topic, which you can also find from the Intune dashboard.
In this section, you'll find illustrated step-by-step instructions for common tasks that you might want to accomplish when you are evaluating
With every Microsoft Intune subscription, Microsoft Support provides global technical, pre-sales, billing, and subscription support. Support is available both online and by telephone for both paid and trial subscriptions.
If your company has more than 150 Intune licenses, and you're looking for help with Intune deployment, consider signing up for the Intune Onboarding benefit.