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Entgra UEM 6.1: Easier device enrollment with Windows Autopilot, real-time issue resolution, and policy support for better control of Android devices

Entgra UEM 6.1: Easier device enrollment with Windows Autopilot, real-time issue resolution, and policy support for better control of Android devices

Entgra UEM 6.1 offers many benefits for Windows and Android devices. It facilitates remote screen sharing for Windows device users to ensure faster, interactive technical issue resolution in real-time. Device enrollment is easier with Windows Autopilot deployment too. 

Android device users have greater control over input methods, network connection access, and data usage with Entgra UEM 6.1. Additionally, there are several UI and platform enhancements introduced to our users as a part of this product update.

Learn more about these updates in this screencast.

Presented by

Viranga Gunarathna


Business Analyst – Entgra

Entgra UEM 6.0: Greater support for Windows device users, CEA, and other new features​

Entgra UEM 6.0: Greater support for Windows device users, CEA, and other new features

We designed Entgra UEM 6.0 with Windows device users in mind. It enables seamless device enrollment in bulk with Windows Provisioning Packages (PPKG) and Microsoft Entra ID. Administrators can implement security settings and 200+ group policies on devices enrolled to the UEM server, similar to Active Directory (AD) environment group policy application. 

As requested by many users, Entgra UEM 6.0 also supports Conditional Email Access (CEA). You can integrate corporate emails with Entgra UEM to identify devices and grant access as required.

Learn all about the latest updates and benefits in this screencast.

Presented by

Viranga Gunarathna


Business Analyst – Entgra