Device Configuration

Intune – You can now block printing using non-corporate network printers or non-approved USB printer

You can now control which printers your user can print on. Connect to your Endpoint Configuration Manager portal (https://endpoint.microsoft.com/) and access the Devices\Windows\Configuration profiles blade to create a new custom profile   Then you need to configure the following OMA-URI to block printing from non approved printers and define the approved printers. You can configure …

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Intune – You can now use filters to apply policies, applications or profiles on devices

As you know, Intune (aka Endpoint Configuration Manager) is a device management solution allowing you to apply configuration profiles, policies or deploy application on devices. These assignment are done using device groups – usually dynamic ones to target specific OS, enrollment type or manufacturer. Well, while these dynamic groups are quite useful they may be …

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Intune – Changes in option to create device profiles

If you are using Intune / Endpoint Configuration Manager to manage your devices you will notice a change in options available when creating device configuration profile for Windows (10 or later) and macOS devices. You now only have 2 profile types available: Settings catalog (currently in previw); this is a new capability letting you configure …

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Intune – You can now configure application updates settings for Android Devices

As you know, Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager allows your administrators to publish applications from the various app stores (Google Play, Apple App Store, custom…) to your mobile devices. Well, administrators can now also define the application update settings (user choice, never, using Wi-Fi only or Always). To enable this option, you need to use an Android …

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Intune – You can now define a configuration profile to lock down firmware settings

Microsoft Intune now allows you to create a device configuration profile to manage and lock down firmware settings. This profile applies to UEFI Windows 10 devices, letting you enabling/disabling virtualization, built-in hardware (camera, micro and speakers, boot options…) To start using, logon to your Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com/) and reach out the Intune\Device Configuration\Profiles  or Device …

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Intune – Applying device profile on Windows 10 is now more granular

As you now, with Intune you can apply device profiles to configure settings on your devices. With the latest Intune update, it is now possible to have more granularity to apply device configuration profiles on Windows 10 by defining to which Windows 10 version or edition the profile will apply. To start using this granularity, …

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