Category Archives: Intune

Microsoft Intune, incorporating Microsoft Intune standalone (cloud) and Microsoft Intune connected to Configuration Manager (hybrid)

Enabling the new Tenant Attach feature in Configuration Manager

Introduction Microsoft are constantly innovating and adding new features to already amazing products, one such recent addition is a cloud feature called tenant attach for Microsoft Endpoint Manager and you can start testing it right now in Configuration Manager Technical … Continue reading

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Android device management with Microsoft Intune – Part 4. Coming soon and what’s new

Introduction These are my notes about a session I’ve attended at Microsoft Ignite 2019, you can review the recording for this session here. I’ve split this blog post up into different parts as there is just so much content to … Continue reading

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Android device management with Microsoft Intune – Part 3. Dedicated device management

Introduction These are my notes about a session I’ve attended at Microsoft Ignite 2019, you can review the recording for this session here. I’ve split this blog post up into different parts as there is just so much content to … Continue reading

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Android device management with Microsoft Intune – Part 2. Deployment Scenarios

Introduction These are my notes about a session I’ve attended at Microsoft Ignite 2019, you can review the recording for this session here. I’ve split this blog post up into different parts as there is just so much content to … Continue reading

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Android device management with Microsoft Intune – Part 1. Partnerships

Introduction These are my notes about a session I’ve attended at Microsoft Ignite 2019, you can review the recording for this session here. The session was created to allow us to learn more about new Android Enterprise (AE) device management … Continue reading

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How Microsoft uses Intune internally to manage Windows devices

Introduction These are my notes about a session I’ve attended at Microsoft Ignite 2019, you can review the recording for this session here. This session was delivered by Seth Malcolm, part of a team of Program Managers responsible for Intune … Continue reading

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Configuring Surface firmware settings using DFCI in Microsoft Intune

Introduction I’m lucky enough to be attending Microsoft Ignite in Orlando Florida and this morning I had the opportunity to visit the Surface booths. I’d highly recommend you visit them too to see the lovely new hardware like Surface Pro … Continue reading

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How can I create dynamic groups for different HoloLens devices in Microsoft Intune

Introduction In 2016 Microsoft released the HoloLens, a head mounted device running the Windows Mixed Reality in Windows 10. It sold surprisingly well and Microsoft worked on developing the next version, the HoloLens 2. The HoloLens 2 was announced in … Continue reading

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Learn how to leverage Intune support for Microsoft Graph and PowerShell to enable powerful automation and IT security- my notes

Introduction Microsoft Ignite 2018 (in Florida) has just come and gone but there’s still 644GB of sessions to get through, and all of them are online and available for you to review (or download). Ignite is an awesome experience but … Continue reading

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Managing devices with Microsoft Intune: What’s new and what’s next – my notes (Part 5 – Windows)

Introduction At Microsoft Ignite this week in Florida, there were many new announcements of new capabilities in products such as Microsoft Intune. With so many new announcements it’s hard to keep up, but if you want to find out more, … Continue reading

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Managing devices with Microsoft Intune: What’s new and what’s next – my notes (Part 4 – macOS)

Introduction At Microsoft Ignite this week in Florida, there were many new announcements of new capabilities in products such as Microsoft Intune. With so many new announcements it’s hard to keep up, but if you want to find out more, … Continue reading

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Managing devices with Microsoft Intune: What’s new and what’s next – my notes (Part 3 – Android)

Introduction At Microsoft Ignite this week in Florida, there were many new announcements of new capabilities in products such as Microsoft Intune. With so many new announcements it’s hard to keep up, but if you want to find out more, … Continue reading

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Managing devices with Microsoft Intune: What’s new and what’s next – my notes (Part 2 – iOS)

Introduction At Microsoft Ignite this week in Florida, there were many new announcements of new capabilities in products such as Microsoft Intune. With so many new announcements it’s hard to keep up, but if you want to find out more, … Continue reading

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Managing devices with Microsoft Intune: What’s new and what’s next – my notes (Part 1 – new features)

Introduction At Microsoft Ignite this week in Florida, there were many new announcements of new capabilities in products such as Microsoft Intune. With so many new announcements it’s hard to keep up, but if you want to find out more, … Continue reading

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Support for the Silverlight console for Intune ends August 31st, 2018 – move to Intune in Azure to continue managing

Starting August 31, 2018, Mobile Device Management (MDM) will no longer be available in the classic Silverlight console for Intune standalone customers. You can read more about this change in Microsoft’s previous announcements: Public Preview of Intune on Azure General … Continue reading

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