Our use cases, and the way we deploy it, depend on the different situations we encounter.
There may be a company that is already using the Endpoint Protection solution and we have to do a migration.
Another scenario is that a company may be migrating away from another endpoint threat protection solution.
And there are some companies that are already using SCCM, and we may have to go through one of two scenarios. One is to co-manage with what they call Microsoft Endpoint Manager and Configuration Manager. If they are already using SCCM, and only SCCM, we will typically have to go through a process where we integrate SCCM into Endpoint Manager and then they'll usually bring some endpoints into Intune and they'll do a PLC. They have to Azure AD-join or register a device into that so it can be managed through Intune. They may even co-manage it for a while until they fully onboard into Intune only. A lot of people are looking to get away from co-management and managing through Endpoint Manager. But there are some prerequisites to accomplish that.
The endgame for most companies is they want to manage things from Intune only. There are different paths to get there, depending on what they already have in place.