Windows – Windows 10 1809 and Windows Server 2019 are available again

After a little bit more than a month and half after quickly pulling out Windows 10 1809 and Windows Server 2019, they are now available again through the usual channels: MSDN (by the end of this week), VLC, Media Creation tool or WindowsUpdate (this one may take a little bit more time to be available to everyone). In addition, some additional complements: Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) for Windows…

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Intune – You can now get Windows 10 join an Active Directory Domain (preview)

It has been quite a limitation so far for Windows 10 managed with Intune; it was impossible to get them to join an Active Directory domain using Autopilot, making these devices Azure AD Hybrid joined devices. Now (currently in preview – so there could be some glitch and may change), you can assign an Intune profile to your Windows 10 devices to join your Active Directory domain. Off course, to…

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Intune – You can now assign Windows Autopilot profile to already registered clients

As you may already know Windows Autopilot simplifies Windows 10 device enrollment to Azure Active Directory (AAD) and providing seamless user experience. One of the problem with Windows Autopilot was if your already have Windows 10 devices registered to your Azure AD, you were not able to assign an Autopilot profile. With the latest update on Intune, you can now update your Autopilot policy to apply the policy also on…

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Intune – Display an enrollment status page

With the latest Intune update, you can now display an enrollment status page after a Windows 10 device has been registered. The page will let your end-users know what is happening while their device is finalizing the registration process. To do so, you first need to enable the feature in Intune Connect to your Azure portal and reach out the Intune configuration blade Then reach out the Device Enrollment\Windows Enrollment…

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Windows – Windows 10 1809 and Windows Server 2019 have been pulled out

UPDATE Nov 14th, 2018 – Windows 10 1809 and Windows Server 2019 are available again – https://t.co/NvLFSII9fM Just few days after the release of Windows 10 1809 and Windows Server 2019, Microsoft has pulled out these releases from MSDN (and possibly Volume license) as well as paused the delivery through Windows Update. This follows reports of missing files and Microsoft is investigating (limited details available here https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4464619/windows-10-update-history)

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Windows – Windows 10 1809 and Windows Server 2019 are now available

UPDATE Oct, 6th – Windows 10 1809 and Windows Server 2019 have been pulled out for further investigation after issues reported (see https://t.co/WLZS6uC7Px) Windows 10 1809 update is being rolled out through WindowsUpdate and is already available using the Installation Media tool or MSDN. Windows Server 2019 is also available on MSDN or in evaluation, additional availability (volume licensing, Azure VM) will come within the next few days.

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Azure/Windows 10 – You can use your Authenticator App to sign in

Going the same way than Windows Hello for Business, you can now use your Microsoft Authenticator app to sign in to your corporate resources protected by Azure AD (Azure, Office 365, Azure published apps…) You need off course few prerequisites: Running Windows 10, registered to your Azure AD tenant Have setup an authentication policy on your Azure AD Have register your Microsoft Authenticator app Setup the authentication policy on Azure…

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Intune – You can now target specific users/devices when applying Windows Hello policy

With the latest updates on Intune, you can now define specific users/devices when you apply a Windows Hello policy. Until then, the Windows Hello policy was a tenant level settings and as such applied to all users/devices. To define the Windows Hello policy, go to your Intune configuration blade and reach out the Device configuration\Profiles and create an Identity Protection profile, then you will be able to define the targeted…

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Windows 10 – Error 0x80180014 when joining Windows 10 to Azure AD

I just got an interesting error when trying to join a Windows 10 1803 to Azure AD; I was continuously getting the error ‘0x80180014’ when trying to join the device to Azure AD. The interesting thing was this device has been already Azure AD Joined but has been reset, with all reference in Azure AD or Intune removed. Nonetheless, each time I tried to join again I was getting this…

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