Month: June 2022

Intune – You can now allow Photo Library for data transfer with application protection policy

If you are managing your devices with Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager, you are probably already aware about the application protection policies capabilities to help you protect your corporate data. As part the application protection policy, you can manage incoming and/or outgoing of corporate data to specific storage services. Until now, these storage services were limited to …

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Intune – Applications and drivers compatibility insights report (preview)

As you may be already aware, Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager provides you with various reports. One on them, Windows Update report, has been updated to include additional details to help you manage and prepare for Windows upgrade to Windows 11. This update is also in preparation of the retirement of Desktop Analytics which was previously used …

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Teams – You can now have LinkedIn integrated in Teams

As you probably already  know, you can integrate LinkedIn with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word) if your Azure AD administrators have authorized the LinkedIn account connections in Azure Active Directory\User Settings blade. If this option has been enabled and you have authorized the connection to your LinkedIn account, LinkedIn is integrated with your Office 365 account. …

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Azure AD – You can now create dynamic groups referencing other group

As you may be already aware, Azure AD provides a capability to create dynamic groups of users or devices. Well, good news as now you can also reference other groups to be members of such dynamic group. This feature is currently in preview and there are few limitations: The MemberOf attribute is not yet available …

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Office 365 – Get your devices update level at glance (preview)

If you use Office 365, you can now have a dashboard reporting the update status for Office and Windows of your devices. To access this new dashboard, you need to connect to the URL https://admin.microsoft.com/Adminportal/Home#/softwareupdates (it is not yet available through the blade menus). If you want to have the Windows update status you will …

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Office 365 – You can now customize the login pages for Attack Simulation Training

As you may know, if you have Office 365 E5 or Microsoft Defender for Office 365 P2 plans you can run attack simulation to keep your end-users aware of various attack types – from credential harvest (phishing) to malware. Until now when you were running a credential harvest or link in attachment simulation attack, the …

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SCCM – You can now retire application with dependency

If you have been working with SCCM (System Center Configuration Manager, aka Endpoint Configuration Manager) you may already know that you were not able to retire an application if it had dependency. Well, good news, with SCCM Current Branch version 2203 now you can retire an application even if it has dependency. When you will …

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Intune – You can now re-enable co-management capabilities after Autopilot

By know you may be aware of the Autopilot capability with Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager and Windows 10/11 devices to quickly onboard new devices (or refreshed ones). Well, while this works quite well, there was a gap for customers still using SCCM and having their devices in co-management mode. After an Autopilot was triggered (either when …

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Azure AD – A new portal/product family to manage your identity and access

If you use Microsoft cloud services – either Azure or Office 365 – you know that identity and access management is performed through the use of Azure Active Directory. Over time Azure AD has been improved by adding new capabilities and features to help you manage and secure your identity and access. Well, a new …

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