Set up Microsoft 365 tenant

From Microsoft.com o build and deploy client-side web parts using the SharePoint Framework, you need a Microsoft 365 tenant. If you already have a Microsoft 365 tenant, see the section Create app catalog site. If you don’t have one, you can get a Microsoft 365 developer subscription when you join the Microsoft 365 Developer Program. See the Microsoft […]

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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 […]

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Configure a Windows 10 Interactive Logon Message

From nhogarth.net by Nick Hogarth Intune – Windows 10 Interactive Logon Message Leave a reply This blog post will show how you can set a logon message for a Windows 10 1709 Pro or Enterprise machine enrolled into Intune. To do this, I will create a custom Device Configuration profile in Intune and use the “InteractiveLogon_MessageTitleForUsersAttemptingToLogOn” policy CSP […]

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Manage Google Chrome settings with Microsoft Intune

From inthecloud247.com (Peter Klapwijk) Google Chrome can be managed using a custom configuration policy for Windows 10. The policy consists of two parts. The first part is used to deploy the Chrome ADMX file to the Intune managed device. The second part of the policy is used to manage the settings of choice. Deploy the Chrome ADMX file The […]

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How to sync on-premises Active Directory to Azure Active Directory with Azure AD Connect?

From codetwo.com: Synchronizing users’ identities between local and cloud directories is a great way to let users access different resources on both on-premises and cloud environments with just a single set of credentials. To achieve that, you need to use Azure AD Connect to integrate your on-premises Active Directory with Azure AD. In this article, […]