Category Archives: httptrigger

Retire My PC – a self-service app to secure company data on old computers

Introduction By now we should all be familiar with Windows Autopilot and how it is used to provision new computers, as explained below in Microsoft’s diagram. For every new computer delivered via the Windows Autopilot process there’s usually an old … Continue reading

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A quick look at the “Retire MY PC” app

Introduction I tweeted about this recently and it gained a LOT of attention, so I thought I better do a video showing what this actually does. When your users get a new Windows Autopilot PC, their old computer will usually … Continue reading

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Gathering logs and sending an email when you need to reset Windows Autopilot – part 3

Introduction In a previous blog post I explained how you could use the SendGrid resource in Azure to send emails, and with a PowerShell script create an Intune app to give end users additional options when resetting their Windows Autopilot … Continue reading

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Adding devices or users to an Azure AD group after Windows Autopilot is complete but only when the device is marked as Compliant

Introduction I’ve touched on this subject before where I used http triggers to add devices or users to an Azure AD group after Windows Autopilot was completed, however that solution did not check the compliance of the device prior to … Continue reading

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Adding devices to an Azure AD group after Windows Autopilot is complete – part 2

Introduction In part 1 you learned how to use Azure functions and a http trigger to add a device to an Azure Ad security group. In this part you’ll see how it all fits together on the client side after … Continue reading

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Adding devices to an Azure AD group after Windows Autopilot is complete – part 1

Introduction I’ve come across various problems during Windows Autopilot causing OOBE to fail that could be solved if only we could decide the order of when things were installed, and to resolve this in a nice way we wanted to … Continue reading

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