Endpoint Configuration Manager

Intune / SCCM – You can now launch device sync and device action activities from the Intune portal

If you are working with System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch 2002 (SCCM CB 2002) and Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager in a co-managed configuration, you can now launch Device Sync or Device Action from the Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager portal. Before you are able to do such thing, you need to meet some requirements: First you need […]

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Intune – You can now customize the Company Portal

For those already working with System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), you already know that you can customize the Software Center to hide tab and/or apply your company logo. This capability was not available in Intune… until now To do so,, logon to your Endpoint Configuration Manager portal (https://devicemanagement.microsoft.com/ or the new URL https://endpoint.microsoft.com/) reach the

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Intune – Intune Diagnostic is now available for Android

After being available for iOS, this is now also available for Android devices: Intune Diagnostic. This new diagnostic capability will help your support team troubleshooting Intune/Company Portal issues on Android devices. This capability is available if you are running Company Portal version 5.0.4737.0 or later. While this should be automatically updated, you can check the

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Intune – You can perform bulk actions on devices

You may not have a noticed but you can now perform bulk actions (delete, retire, wipe or send custom notification) on devices registered in Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager. To do such thing, logon to your Azure portal (https://portal.azure.com/) and reach the Intune\Devices\All Devices blade, or your Endpoint Configuration Manager portal (https://devicemanagement.microsoft.com/ or https://endpoint.microsoft.com/) and reach the

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SCCM – The new version of SCCM – Endpoint Manager – Current Branch (2002) is now available

The new build of System Center Configuration Manager/Endpoint Manager Current Branch (2002) as been released and is now available. This new version will be available within the next few weeks using the in-console update. If you don’t want to wait you can still use the script available for download here https://download.microsoft.com/download/7/c/4/7c48f2c7-f433-414b-a901-753a61c7956d/EnableEarlyUpdateRing2002.exe This new build is

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Intune – A new portal URL for Endpoint Manager is now used

A new URL has been put in production for Endpoint Manager: https://endpoint.microsoft.com/ While other portal URL’s (https://devicemanagement.microsoft.com/ and Intune blade in Azure portal https://portal.azure.com) will continue to be available, it is recommended to start using this new URL as they will likely start redirecting to the new one and ultimately being removed. There is no

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Intune – Remove noncompliant devices

Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager has been updated to automatically remove non compliant devices. This will obviously remove the devices from Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager, but also ensure all corporate data/applications are also being removed from the devices. This will be triggered after administrator approval and after the configured compliance days value is reached. This can be accessed

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Intune – New security focused policies available in preview

As you know, Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager allows you to define policies to managed devices configuration and security settings. Until now, all these configuration settings were available only using the Devices\Configuration Profiles and some of these settings were associated with profile type not always directly related to security. To help you and your security teams to

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SCCM – You can now manage client logging level from the console

This new option can be quite handy for SCCM administrator; with the latest release of System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch (SCCM CB) 1910, you can manage the client logging level for diagnostics from the administration console. To enable/disable verbose diagnostic logging, just right click either on the device or the device collection you want

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SCCM – Enable Windows Multi Session support

Following the release of the latest version of System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) Current Branch, 1910, also known now as Endpoint Configuration Manager (ECM) Current Branch 1910 (see https://t.co/ac1nnORrrN), you can enable support for Windows 10 Multi Session (aka Windows Virtual Desktop) by enabling the setting in the SCCM Client Settings\Client Policy This will allow

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