Author Archives: ncbrady

Using Intune to enable WIP to protect Enterprise data on Windows 10 devices (MAM-WE)

Introduction In a previous post you reviewed what Windows Information Protection (WIP) is and how you can configure Intune to use it, you then deployed a WIP policy to a group of users and verified the end result on a … Continue reading

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How can I upgrade to System Center Configuration Manager (Current Branch) version 1706

Introduction In a previous post you used PowerShell scripts to quickly install System Center Configuration Manager (Current Branch) version 1702. As of today (2017/7/29) System Center Configuration Manager (Current Branch) version 1702 is still the current baseline for the Current … Continue reading

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Windows AutoPilot – questions and answers

Introduction Yesterday I attended an informative webcast with Meyyammai (Maya) Subramanian and  Michael Niehaus about Windows 10 AutoPilot entitled Webcast + live Q&A on Windows AutoPilot: July 27th. Windows 10 AutoPilot is the future of Windows deployment and uses elements from … Continue reading

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How can I configure BitLocker settings on Windows 10 devices managed by Intune

Introduction Security is a big focus for many companies, especially when it comes to data leakage (company data). Encrypting data on Windows 10 devices using BitLocker means that data is protected. Microsoft Intune got yet more updates on June 30th, … Continue reading

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Yet another RansomWare attack leaves businesses with problems

The return of EternalBlue On June 27th 2017, another RansomWare attack took hold targeting the same eternal blue (SMBv1) vulnerabilities as WannaCry before it. This attack however doesn’t reach out to the internet like WannaCry did, it’s an internal network … Continue reading

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