At last, today is the day! We are excited to announce that effective immediately, you can go to the Microsoft Online Customer Portal and sign up for a 30 day trial subscription which allows you to evaluate Windows Intune on up to 25 PCs, or, better still, you can sign up for a paid subscription for as many seats as you require. A paid subscription includes Windows benefits, as described under the “Getting Started with Windows Intune” section.
A few things that we want to call to your attention:
- We have a new Technet forum for customers of the commercial release. Visit this forum to see discussions about Windows Intune, ask questions, and post feedback. This is your first stop when you are looking for answers about Windows Intune.
- For those of you who are using the beta release of Windows Intune, please be reminded that the beta service will be closed down on April 18th. You will have until then to move to a trial or paid subscription by visiting the Microsoft Online Customer Portal as mentioned above. If you choose not to sign up for a subscription, we recommend that you uninstall the beta clients from machines in your account. Uninstall instruction can be found in the Windows Intune online help.
- We’ve also set up a Support Solution Center, so you have a one-stop site for all things Windows Intune
- If you’re looking into Windows Intune but are not ready to try it out yet, you’ll find lots of useful information on the Windows Intune site.
- As always, we encourage you to follow us on Twitter, like our Facebook page, and view some of the videos we have published about Windows Intune.
We want to thank all of you who participated in our beta releases, and we appreciate the feedback, comments and input you have provided over the past months. We hope you will find Windows Intune to be a valuable solution for your PC management challenges.