Endpoint Configuration Manager

Intune – You can now configure the installation time for Win32 applications

When deploying application, sometime the installation process may be stuck and you usually define a time out (or installation time) to ensure the installation process will stop and be marked as failed if running longer. Well, you can now do this with Intune when deploying Win32 applications. The maximum installation time (in minutes) is 1440. […]

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Intune – You can now control optional updates deployments

As you may know, with Windows Update you have ‘mandatory’ updates (aka the monthly, cumulative updates) and optional updates, which usually covers some specific Windows components. Deploying the optional updates has been a major pain over the past years as they are optional, which means they were not always deployed unless end-user (when allowed) where

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Intune – You can now fully disable access to Store apps

Previously, Intune administrators were able to enforce the use of the private/company store by using the “Only display the private store within the Microsoft Store app” policy. Unfortunately, this did not prevent end-users to directly access the public store using the Windows Package Manager (winget) APIs. Well, good news as now administrators can now fully

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Intune – You can now allow Win32 uninstall

You know that with Intune you can deploy applications, including LOB/legacy applications (Win32). However, if a Win32 application was made available and installed with administrative privileges (system context), this application could not be uninstalled by end-user without requesting assistance due to the administrative privileges. Well, good news, your end-users can now do it without any

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Intune – It is now easier to remove Windows Autopilot registration

Since the introduction of Windows Autopilot in Intune, Intune administrators know it is not easy step to remove a Windows Autopilot registration. You had first to remove the device from Intune and then delete the registration. Well, good news, this process has been easier by simply deleting the Windows Autopilot registration from the Windows Autopilot

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Intune – You can now manage Windows drivers update with Intune

This has been a long awaited capability for Intune: being able to manage drivers updates with Intune. Until now, you had to manually download and package drivers package for your fleet. Well, good news, you can now manage the drivers update with Intune. First, you need to have any of the following license: Windows 10/11

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Intune – Administrators can now use policies to set quiet time

Intune administrators can now use policies to set quiet time for iOS/iPadOS and Android to turn off notification from Outlook and Teams. These policies can be used to limit notifications to end-users after work hours. 2 different policies can be implemented: Date Range: automatically mute Microsoft Outlook email and Teams notifications on iOS/iPadOS and Android

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Intune – Remote Help now supports Azure AD Conditional Access

If you are using Intune with either Intune Suite or Remote Help add-on, you will be glad to know that Remote Help is now supporting Azure AD Conditional Access. This means administrators can now setup a conditional access for Remote Help to enforce security (such as requesting MFA) and/or compliance when a Remote Help session

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Intune – You can now delete ‘legacy’ Microsoft Store for Business applications

As you should probably know now, the Microsoft Store for Business (MSfB) is being retired (https://t.co/j8Tcvm1gGO). As you also probably know, it was not possible to delete (legacy) Microsoft Store for Business applications from Intune; you had to do it from the Microsoft Store for Business portal. That said you can not remove all MSfB

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Intune – New partner portals page

If you are managing a fleet of devices with System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), you may already know that you are able to integrate third party vendors/partners to manage their specific updates, such as drivers or BIOS. This capability was still missing in Intune; except for Microsoft Surface devices, at some point, thanks to the

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