Microsoft Intune, the new Web-based system management tool from Microsoft, is currently located in the beta phase. Luckily, I’m one of the beta testers who Microsoft Intune invited to test.
Has Microsoft with 25 licenses made available, with which I can manage 25 PCs in our network with Windows Intune.
Get with Windows Intune IT administrators a comprehensive overview of the status of every single computer in a company – no matter where this PC or the administrator is located. Microsoft Intune goes beyond the previous possibilities of the Microsoft System Center and allows the definition of company-wide update rules for installed software. Service packs can be controlled and installed centrally.
The offer also includes upgrading from Windows XP or Windows Vista to Windows 7 Enterprise upgrade without further license costs.
The computers can be effectively secured against malware via the Malware Protection Engine in Windows Intune. The software informs the administrator about attempted attacks on a specific PC in an emergency. Intune creates a comprehensive directory of all installed hardware and software on a computer. This, in turn, makes it easier for administrators to search for specific components or applications should an error occur.
As far as I could already test Intune, the Silverlight Web interface is already very sophisticated. However, there were already problems installing the Intune client software.
In the management, the interface became visible that the client installation keeps coming back with the Error 0x8024D015 fail sleeps. The exact error message is as follows:
After some trial and error and extensive research on the internet, I came up with the error. The Error message says only that the PC must be rebooted once before installing the Intune client software.