Month: September 2018

Windows – Quick reminder: Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 are reaching end of support in Jan 2020

It has been already reminded few times but as this is quite important as these versions are still use quite a lot you really need to start thinking to move on from Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2. They are reaching their end of support/end of life on January 14th 2020.You have few …

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Intune – You can allow/block personal devices to register

If your company policy requires to allow only corporate devices to register to Intune, you can now block personally owned devices to join. To do so, from your Intune configuration blade reach out the Device enrolment blade and create/edit an Enrolment Restrictions policy The option to allow/block personally owned devices is available for each supported …

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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 …

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Exchange Online – The end-user quarantine now has a new home

As you may know, your end-users can access and manage their own quarantine on Exchange Online by accessing the URL https://admin.protection.outlook.com/quarantine Ok, so you need to update them and let them know to start using the new URL, now hosted within the Security and Compliance center, https://protection.office.com/#/quarantine Don’t worry, they will have access only to …

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Intune – You can edit the update channel for your Office 365 Click to Run and define which version to get installed

With the latest updates on Intune, you can now edit the channel update after you have added your Office 365 Click to Run application on Intune as well as define (if required) which specific release needs to be installed on the client. To edit the update channel and/or define the version to be installed, go …

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Intune – You can now edit your Office 365 Click to Run Deployment

With the latest updates on Intune, you can now update your Office 365 Click to Run deployment. Previously you had to delete the deployment and re-create a new one with the updated deployment settings if you had to add/remove Office application from your deployment. Just access your Intune configuration blade from the Azure portal and …

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