Workspace ONE AirLift connects your ConfigMgr collections to Workspace ONE UEM smart groups. This connection allows you to map devices from your existing collections into Workspace ONE UEM.
- The collections contain at least one Windows 10 device
- The devices have a ConfigMgr client installed
- The devices are not marked as obsolete
Mapping a collection to a smart group allows you to begin enrolling devices into Workspace ONE UEM. The mapping honors the dynamic nature of device collections by adding and removing devices in the mapped Workspace ONE UEM smart group while the mapping exists. Mapping collections does not enable Workspace ONE UEM management functionality directly. You must enroll devices to begin using modern management. Mapping only creates a relationship between collections, organization groups, and smart groups.
Workspace ONE AirLift displays your ConfigMgr collections and their migration progress to modern management in Workspace ONE UEM.
If a collection mapping is removed or is the migration is completed and the ConfigMgr collection is no longer used, Workspace ONE AirLift does not display the collection as mapped. See the state of your collections in Workspace ONE AirLift in the Collections tab.
The Management column shows the management state of the collection.
- SCCM - ConfigMgr manages the collection.
- Co-existing - the collection is mapped to a Workspace ONE UEM smart group and enrollment into Workspace ONE UEM can begin.
The Workspace Mapping column shows which Workspace ONE UEM smart group the collection is mapped to. To open the smart group in the Workspace ONE UEM console, select the mapping.
The Enrollment Progress column shows the percentage of the collection that has completed the enrollment process.
To map a collection to a smart group, see Map a Collection to Workspace ONE UEM.