Endpoint Configuration Manager

Intune – No more hardware hash requirement for Autopilot (preview)

Yes, you have been reading right, no more hardware hash pain for registering new device in Autopilot. If you are managing an Intune environment and using Autopilot, you already know that every new device must be registered in Autopilot using the hardware hash; which is painful if you can’t get this information from the manufacturer. […]

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Intune – End-user self-service BitLocker recovery key

If you manage Windows/macOS devices fleet you already know that it is recommended to enable disk encryption on these devices (either through GPO or Intune) with recovery information saved in Entra ID. Then you also already know that administrators (global administrator, cloud device administrator, helpdesk administrator, Intune administrator or security administrator or reader) can read

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Intune – You can now get superseded Windows application (Win32) uninstalled

If you are managing a Microsoft Intune tenant, you know you can create Intune package for Win32 apps (exe installer, custom scripts…). For sometime already, this Win32 app feature has been supporting the configuration of supersedence to help ensuring always the latest version is made available and deployed. That said, there is situation when such

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SCCM – The latest release – 2403 – of SCCM is available

The latest version of System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) is starting to be made available. As usual, the availability of this upgrade will be gradual but if you want to force the detection and install it you can use the usual Early update ring script available here https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2099733. Few things to be aware about this

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Intune – New Cloud PKI feature

  As you know, certificates are now widely used from securing network traffic (HTTPS) to authentication (certificate based authentication, VPN or WiFi authentication).   Until now, if you wanted to use certificates for authenticating devices or users, you had to deploy and use your own certificate authority, usually requiring an Active Directory domain and multiple

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Intune – You can now bulk manage drivers update

As you know, Intune has been allowing administrators to get drivers update pushed through the Windows Update feature. If you are using this capability to ensure your devices are running with updated version of drivers, you probably know this is a little bit painful as you have to manually approve each and individual other drivers

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Intune – A new application deployment type for Windows: Enterprise App Catalog

As you know, you can deploy applications with Intune using different application types, from Microsoft Store to Windows (Win32) applications. Well, a new Win32 application type is now available to help simplify Windows applications deployment and management: Enterprise App Catalog. Enterprise App Catalog is pre-packaged Win32 application and managed by Microsoft; simplifying the package creation

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Intune – You can now manage Windows Subsystem for Linux

As you are probably aware, since Windows 10 2004 you can install Subsystem for Linux on Windows to allow use both Windows and Linux at the same time (see https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/wsl/install/). Unfortunately, until now you could not manage Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) using Intune. Well, good news as now the settings for WSL are available

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Intune – It is now easier to deal with Windows 11 Feature Update with unsupported devices

As you know, with Intune you can create Windows Feature Updates policies to manage Windows upgrade when a new version is released. Until now, it was not easy to deal with devices which did not meet the requirements for deploying Windows 11 versions. Well, good news as now you have an option to automatically exclude

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Intune – You can now manually launch remediation on a specific device (preview)

If you use Intune, you probably already know that you can create remediation scripts to help you detect and automatically fix common issues. Remediation scripts are set to run on a scheduled basis (once, hourly or daily); which means some devices may ended to not be able to run the remediation because they are offline

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