One feature I am really excited about that are coming to Configuration Manager is the Integration of he MBAM server features. This will save us time and money because we don’t have to use separate servers for MBAM. We don’t have to manage and update neither the MBAM client or the Server backend. I wrote a post on what is new in 1908 technical preview here: https://ccmexec.com/2019/09/sccm-integrated-mbam-services-in-technical-preview-180-2/
In 1909 TP we got more features basically we got the posibility to install both the Helpdesk portal and the self-service portal that is included in MBAM. This is great because then we have those features separate from the SCCM Admin console.
I had to try this out of course: Before I installed the portals I had to install the Prereq: ASP.NET MVC 4.0 (I actually forgot and had to go back and install it when the self-service portal didn’t load.)
To install it we need to copy the following files, mbamwebsite.cab, mbamwebsiteinstaller.ps1 I copied them from the ConfigMgr install Dir to a temp directory:
Before I run the PowerShell command I created the three groups neded: -MBAMHelpdesk -MBAMAdmins -MBAMReports
Then I ran the following command line in my environment to setup both the portals in my SCCM Primary site server:
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