Category Archives: Intune

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

What is Windows Information Protection and how can I use it to protect Enterprise data on Windows 10 devices using Microsoft Intune ?

Introduction Windows Information Protection or WIP (formally known as Enterprise Data Protection or EDP) is explained nicely in Microsoft’s own words and i’ve included a quote of that below:-   Quote With the increase of employee-owned devices in the enterprise, … Continue reading

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How can I determine how long a blade loads in Intune Preview in Azure ?

Introduction On an MVP call we discussed page load times in Intune Preview and a ‘trick’ was mentioned to show how long various components take to render. Clicking on any link in Intune shows a corresponding blade. To get page … Continue reading

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System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview 1704 now available !

Introduction Another month has passed by and finally we get to play with the latest Technical Preview release of System Center Configuration Manager from Microsoft. There are two main versions (of Configuration Manager) available: System Center Configuration Manager (Current Branch) … Continue reading

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How can I unlock Windows Holographic for Business features in Intune Preview?

Introduction I wanted to unlock Windows Holographic for Business features in Intune Preview (in Azure) in order to enable kiosk mode, but kiosk mode requires something called Developer Mode. Developer Mode on a device that has been upgraded to Windows … Continue reading

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Intune Preview in Azure get’s a new look and Software Updates for Windows 10 !

Introduction If you’ve been using Intune Preview in Azure you’ll be familiar with the following set of blades in the azure portal, from Intune version 1702 (as explained in this blog post) That view has now been replaced with a … Continue reading

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