Posted in: Intune

Set up Intune

From Microsoft: These set-up steps help you enable mobile device management (MDM) by using Intune. Devices must be managed before you can give users access to company resources or manage settings on those devices. Some steps, such as setting up an Intune subscription and setting the MDM authority, are required for most scenarios. Other steps, […]

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Intune in Microsoft Endpoint Manager

From Microsoft: Tour Microsoft Intune in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center Follow the steps below to better understand Intune in the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center. Once you complete the tour, you’ll have a better understanding of some of the major areas of Intune. Open a browser and sign in to the Microsoft Endpoint Manager […]

Posted in: Intune, Powershell

Use PowerShell scripts on Windows 10 devices in Intune

From Microsoft: Use the Microsoft Intune management extension to upload PowerShell scripts in Intune to run on Windows 10 devices. The management extension enhances Windows 10 mobile device management (MDM), and makes it easier to move to modern management. This feature applies to: Windows 10 and later (excluding Windows 10 Home)  Note Once the Intune […]

Posted in: AutoPilot, Intune

Overview of Windows Autopilot

Applies to Windows 10 Windows Autopilot is a collection of technologies used to set up and pre-configure new devices, getting them ready for productive use. You can also use Windows Autopilot to reset, repurpose and recover devices. This solution enables an IT department to achieve the above with little to no infrastructure to manage, with […]

Posted in: AutoPilot, Intune

Adding devices to Windows Autopilot

From Microsoft: 02/20/2020 7 minutes to read      +9 Applies to Windows 10 Before deploying a device using Windows Autopilot, the device must be registered with the Windows Autopilot deployment service. Ideally, this would be performed by the OEM, reseller, or distributor from which the devices were purchased, but this can also be done by the organization […]

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Steps to set up Intune

These set-up steps help you enable mobile device management (MDM) by using Intune. Devices must be managed before you can give users access to company resources or manage settings on those devices. Some steps, such as setting up an Intune subscription and setting the MDM authority, are required for most scenarios. Other steps, such as […]

Posted in: Azure Active Directory, Intune

What is Conditional Access?

The modern security perimeter now extends beyond an organization’s network to include user and device identity. Organizations can utilize these identity signals as part of their access control decisions. Conditional Access is the tool used by Azure Active Directory to bring signals together, to make decisions, and enforce organizational policies. Conditional Access is at the […]

Posted in: Azure Active Directory, Intune

Add groups to organize users and devices

From Microsoft.com Intune uses Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) groups to manage devices and users. As an Intune admin, you can set up groups to suit your organizational needs. Create groups to organize users or devices by geographic location, department, or hardware characteristics. Use groups to manage tasks at scale. For example, you can set […]

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Intune Policy Sets

Intune – Policy Sets From nhogarth.net by Nick Hogarth The ability to create Policy Sets came out in Intune in October 2019. This nice new feature allows you to group together different policies and applications and assign them to an Azure AD group. This post will show an example of creating a Policy Set for Windows […]