Category Archives: iOS

Ensuring mobile devices are up to date using Microsoft Intune

Introduction On August 25th, 2016 Lookout released research, conducted in partnership with The Citizen Lab (Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto), about a sophisticated, targeted, and persistent mobile attack on iOS that uses three zero-day vulnerabilities called “Trident.” … Continue reading

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New in Intune: Block contact sync, conditional access support for Skype for Business Online, and more

The Microsoft Intune team is always working on new features and service enhancements. This month we’re introducing some new features that allow you to manage apps and devices with a higher level of control; these and other enhancements are being … Continue reading

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Upgrading to 1602 for System Center Configuration Manager (current branch)

Microsoft is excited to announce the release of the first update for the current branch of System Center Configuration Manager! The latest version of Configuration Manager is now 1602 which will show up in your console like in the below … Continue reading

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System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview 1602 is now available !

Introduction Microsoft is pushing out updates to System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview at a very fast pace. Less than a month has passed since 1601 was released and now  1602 is available for Technical Preview 4. This outstanding release … Continue reading

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Adding iOS 9 support to Configuration Manager 2012 R2 SP1

Introduction Microsoft have just released another extension for System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager SP1 and this one adds suport for iOS 9 in Intune integrated environments. Here‘s the blog post about that. Requirements This extension requires that you are … Continue reading

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