Microsoft Intune

Intune – Onboarding Google Chrome OS devices is coming

After allowing onboarding Linux devices in Intune (see https://t.co/J2nsZT6MPW), support for Google Chrome OS is also coming. It is worth noting there is not yet any official documentation or communication but the onboarding process will more likely looks the same than for Linux devices. This means you will have options to create compliance policies to …

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Intune – Updates for Intune network endpoints

  If you use Microsoft Intune (aka Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manger) and are filtering Internet access from your corporate network, you need to update your firewall filtering configuration to update the allowed IP addresses for Microsoft Intune.   Microsoft has updated the network endpoints used by Intune due to the added Azure services (Azure Scale …

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Intune – You can now onboard Linux clients in Intune

As you know, Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager is the device management solution from Microsoft, allowing you to manage Windows, MacOS, iOS/iPad or Android devices – from device configuration to software deployment or device compliance. Well, until now there was one major operating system missing: Linux. Good news, you can now onboard Linux devices in Intune to …

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Intune – You can now notify end-users when a device has been enrolled (preview)

Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager can now enable notification – either by email or push notification – to notify end-user when a device has been enrolled by them. This notification can help reporting enrollment mistakes or during the onboarding process of new users. The enrollment notification is available for all platforms (Windows, iOS or Android) and works …

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Windows – Control Internet Explorer retirement with group policy and Intune device configuration

As you know, Internet Explorer has been part of the Windows world for quite some time (first released in August 1995) and is now unsupported and being discontinued by being replaced by more modern web browser like Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. In May 2021, Microsoft has announced the 2 steps retirement phases for Internet …

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Intune – You can now import your ADMX file into Intune (preview)

If you Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager (aka Intune) to manage your devices, you may already know that you can use Administrative templates provided by Microsoft as well as analyse your existing GPO settings to prepare your migration (see https://t.co/tqoPstbND8). Well, the migration path from Group Policy to Intune configuration profile is becoming even easier as …

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Intune – You can now get the group memberships of a device

You can now get the device group memberships from the Intune/Endpoint Configuration portal. To get this information just connect to your Intune portal (https://endpoint.microsoft.com/) and access the Devices blade to either filter by OS (Windows, iOS/iPad, Android) or go to the All devices blade Then just click on the device you want to get the …

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Intune – You can now define user configuration settings on AVD using Intune

As you may be already aware you have been able to manage Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) virtual machines using Intune for some time now. Well, you were able to only manage devices settings with Intune. Good news, you can now also manage user settings with Intune on AVD. What user settings can you manage with …

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Intune – The Company Portal on Windows shows Azure AD applications

If you use Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager to manage your devices, you know that the Company Portal application is a key components. The Company Portal application is used to deliver and let users install applications on their devices. If your device is managed with Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager, the Company Portal is now showing the Azure AD …

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