If there’s anything sure in a Microsoft Endpoint Manager project, it’s the rate of change. Such is the rate of change that Intune receives updates almost every week.
If change is constant, what value is there in manually creating an as-built document for your MEM projects? The as-built is outdated as soon as you’ve finished writing it, and the paper will quickly lose value as time passes.
What is more valuable to an IT operations team is to track changes made to the Intune tenant allowing the administrator to create a before and after comparison when troubleshooting, report on configuration changes, and even look for who to blame when something goes wrong. OK, don’t do the last one – the blame game is unhealthy.
How should you generate documentation and track changes? What is a better approach?
Read my blog article clicking on the banner below where I explain how to do this in detail.