Category Archives: Intune

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

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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Microsoft releases PowerShell Intune samples on GitHub

Introduction Microsoft have just published some new PowerShell Intune samples on GitHub. You might also want to follow Dave on Twitter. Downloads You can download the PowerShell samples here. the file contains information about how to use the scripts … Continue reading

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How can I deploy custom favorites in Microsoft Edge to Windows 10 devices using Microsoft Intune

Introduction Managing Windows 10 computers using Microsoft Intune is getting easier and easier. To customize the experience for your Windows 10 users so that they have favorites pre-loaded in Microsoft Edge, you can configure favorites in Edge using Microsoft Intune, … Continue reading

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Where can I find indexes of the step-by-step guides

Introduction has been around for many years, and during that time I’ve written hundreds of step-by-step guides with screenshots. You may not be aware, but I’ve created indexes of these guides that cover multiple versions of System Center Configuration … Continue reading

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How can I send notification messages using PowerShell in Microsoft Intune

Introduction Occasionally you want to inform users about something, such as the need to update or install software, and the easiest way to do that is with some sort of a popup notification. The ability to do that in Microsoft … Continue reading

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