One of the great things about deploying Windows AppLocker via Microsoft Intune is that it supports both Windows 10 Enterprise and Professional. It is also quite straight forward to deploy as I hope the video conveys.
Once you have your base policies, you create a custom Windows 10 device Configuration policy with Intune and deploy it to your device fleet. Once that process is complete you’ll have the same application control you had on a single device but now across as many machines as you wish.
Remember, that Windows AppLocker is free with Windows 10 and easily deployed to machined from the cloud using Microsoft Intune.
Windows AppLocker is an inbuilt component of Windows 10 that allows you to do applications whitelisting. This is really good way to help minimise the chances of ransomware infections.
To use it in stand alone more or or with Group policy you are going to need to use Windows 10 Enterprise. However, you can use a tool like Intune to also manage AppLocker with Windows 10 Professional. For more details see:
Requirements to use AppLocker
The video takes you through the basic setup and operation of Windows AppLocker in a stand alone environment so you can get a feel for how it is configured and works.
In an upcoming post I’ll also details how to configure AppLocker using Intune via Microsoft Endpoint Manager.