Category Archives: Intune

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

Gathering logs and sending an email when you need to reset Windows Autopilot – part 2

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

Introduction Windows Autopilot deployment profiles allow you to decide if the user is a local administrator or a standard user. With all the security concerns today, choosing an User account type of Standard as shown below is a logical choice, … 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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Displaying a welcome page after Windows Autopilot completes

Introduction Understanding when Windows Autopilot is complete is an interesting topic. It would be great if there was a reg-key or file that was set when Windows Autopilot completed successfully, but there isn’t, at least not now. In the meantime … Continue reading

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Office 365 issues after Windows Autopilot

Introduction I’m writing this post to catalog problems I recently faced while doing Windows Autopilot installations, we use a very slim enrollment Status Page (ESP) configuration with only one app marked as required (Microsoft Edge Chromium). The remaining applications are … Continue reading

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Configuring the Registered Owner and Organization in Windows Autopilot delivered PCs

Introduction I received a brand new HP Laptop (HP EliteBook 830 G6) to verify our current Autopilot setup, and I went through OOBE. All seemed well and I was curious about the version of Windows shipped so I ran WinVer. … Continue reading

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Troubleshooting application deployment failures during the Enrollment Status Page for Windows Autopilot

Introduction This blog post is basically my own troubleshooting flow after a recent Autopilot failure at work. The failure was linked to application installation and the cause was interesting. To verify what was going on I compared a failed Autopilot … Continue reading

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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

Posted in AE Fully Managed, Android Enterprise Work Profile, business only mode, BYOD, Company Owned, COPE, Managed Google Play, Microsoft Launcher, Personally Owned, Samsung KNOX, Zebra StageNow, Zero Touch | 3 Comments

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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