SCCM and Intune co-management how to manage clients and licenses detail

Innocent Heartvoice 246 Reputation points

We are planing to use Microsoft Intune to manage our Windows and mobile devices through it and the same require to use SCCM server for on-premises to manage the security and critical updates.

I would like to know how to co-manage the clients from Intune and deploy patches through SCCM and what are the licenses requirements for managing both the services.

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  1. Crystal-MSFT 26,051 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    @Innocent Heartvoice , Thanks for posting in Q&A.

    To set up co-management, there are two ways. One is for existing configuration manager managed devices quickly enrolled into Intune.. The other is for the device first enrolled with Intune. They are cloud-first devices and use Intune to install the Configuration Manager client. Here is a link with more details:

    After the device is co-managed, then we will consider switch the workload you want to Intune. If you want some workloads keeps in Configuration Manage, you can leave it there. For example, you can leave the Windows update policies on Configuration Manager. To know more about co-management workloads, you can read the following link:

    For the licensing for co-management, here is link with some scenarios guide you how to choose license. You can read it as a reference:

    Hope it can help.

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  2. Innocent Heartvoice 246 Reputation points

    Thanks for the detailed reply. I am concerned that if we have M 365 Business Standard and Office 365 E1 mixed plans, we buy Intune subscription then do we have to buy an SCCM license along with it to manage on-premises devices or after buying Intune subscription, the SCCM license will be included in the subscription.

    Please assist.