Topic 3, Contoso, Ltd. (NEW)
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Contoso, Ltd. is a consulting company that has a main office in Montreal and branch offices in Seattle and New York.
Contoso has a Microsoft 365 E5 subscription.
The network contains an on-premises Active domain named Contoso.com.
The domain contains the servers shown in the following table.
Contoso has a hybrid Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) tenant named Contoso.com.
Contoso has a Microsoft Store for Business instance.
Users and Groups
The Contoso.com tenant contains the users shown in the following table.
All users are assigned a Microsoft Office 365 license and an Enterprise Mobility + Security E3 license.
Enterprise State Roaming is enabled for Group1 and GroupA.
Group and Group have a Membership type of Assign
Contoso has the Windows 10 devices shown in the following table.
The Windows 10 devices are joined to Azure AD and enrolled in Microsoft intune.
The Windows 10 devices are configured as shown in the following table.
All the Azure AD joined devices have an executable file named C:AppA.exe and a folder named D:Folder 1.
Microsoft Endpoint Manager Configuration
Microsoft Endpoint Manager has the compliance policies shown in the following table.
The Compliance policy settings are shown in the following exhibit.
The Automatic Enrolment settings have the following configurations:
• MDM user scope GroupA
• MAM user scope: GroupB
You have an Endpoint protection configuration profile that has the following Controlled folder access settings:
• Name: Protection1
• Folder protection: Enable
• List of apps that have access to protected folders: CVAppA.exe
• List of additional folders that need to be protected: D:Folderi1
Windows Autopilot Configuration
Currently, there are no devices deployed by using Window Autopilot
The Intune connector tor Active Directory is installed on Server 1.
Contoso plans to implement the following changes:
• Purchase a new Windows 10 device named Device6 and enroll the device in Intune.
• New computers will be deployed by using Windows Autopilot and will be hybrid Azure AO joined.
• Deploy a network boundary configuration profile that will have the following settings:
• Name Boundary 1
• Network boundary 192.168.1.0/24
• Scope tags: Tag 1
• included groups: Group 1. Group2
• Deploy two VPN configuration profiles named Connection! and Connection that will have the following settings:
• Name: Connection 1
• Connection name: VPNI
• Connection type: L2TP
• Included groups: Group1. Group2, GroupA
• Excluded groups: ―
• Name: Connection
• Connection name: VPN2
• Connection type: IKEv2 i Assignments:
• included groups: GroupA
• Excluded groups: GroupB
• Purchase an app named App1 that is available in Microsoft Store for Business and to assign the app to all the users.
Contoso must meet the following technical requirements:
• Users in GroupA must be able to deploy new computers.
• Administrative effort must be minimized.
Which user can enroll Device6 in Intune?
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