Microsoft endpoint manager sdk

mathew butterfield 41 Reputation points

What can you do with the microsoft endpoint sdk.

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A Microsoft cloud-based management solution that offers mobile device management, mobile application management, and PC management capabilities.
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  1. Jing Zhou 5,135 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor


    Thank you for posting in Q&A forum.

    Microsoft Terminal Point Manager is a terminal device management solution used to centrally manage and protect terminal devices in organizations, including computers, mobile devices, and IoT devices.

    By using the Microsoft Terminal Point Manager SDK, developers can achieve the following functions:

    Device Management: The SDK provides functions for managing terminal devices, including device registration, configuring device settings, monitoring device status, and more. Developers can use the APIs provided by the SDK to manage and control the behavior of terminal devices.

    Application Management: SDK allows developers to manage applications installed and running on terminal devices. Developers can use the features provided by SDKs to distribute, update, and monitor applications to ensure that applications on terminal devices comply with organizational policies and requirements.

    Security and Compliance: The SDK provides security and compliance features to protect terminal devices and related data. Developers can use the features provided by the SDK to implement security policies, encrypt data, monitor device compliance, and more.

    Remote Management: The SDK allows developers to manage terminal devices remotely. Developers can use the features provided by the SDK to perform remote operations, such as locking devices remotely, erasing device data remotely, etc.

    Additionally, you can also refer to Microsoft's official documentation:

    Getting started with Microsoft Endpoint Manager - Microsoft Community Hub

    Best regards,

    Jill Zhou

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  2. Crystal-MSFT 45,986 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    @mathew butterfield, Thanks for posting in Q&A. For the SDK, is it Microsoft Intune App SDK? This is used when your app is not in protected app list but want to apply app protection policy, then you can enable your mobile app to support app protection policies with Microsoft Intune via Microsoft Intune App SDK.

    Hope the above information can help.

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