Microsoft Intune

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 – 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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Intune – You can now have the status for software update for co-managed devices

If you use SCCM and Intune, you probably are in co-managed state for your devices – also called tenant attached devices. In this configuration, you are also probably aware that you can get details from the SCCM client of the device (see https://t.co/mp0I0MntlM). Well, a new capability has been added for these details: Software updates …

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Intune – You can now allow Photo Library for data transfer with application protection policy

If you are managing your devices with Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager, you are probably already aware about the application protection policies capabilities to help you protect your corporate data. As part the application protection policy, you can manage incoming and/or outgoing of corporate data to specific storage services. Until now, these storage services were limited to …

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Intune – Applications and drivers compatibility insights report (preview)

As you may be already aware, Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager provides you with various reports. One on them, Windows Update report, has been updated to include additional details to help you manage and prepare for Windows upgrade to Windows 11. This update is also in preparation of the retirement of Desktop Analytics which was previously used …

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Intune – You can now re-enable co-management capabilities after Autopilot

By know you may be aware of the Autopilot capability with Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager and Windows 10/11 devices to quickly onboard new devices (or refreshed ones). Well, while this works quite well, there was a gap for customers still using SCCM and having their devices in co-management mode. After an Autopilot was triggered (either when …

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Intune – You can now import your GPO settings to Intune

By now, you may already know that Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager has a feature to analyze your GPO settings and help you identify how to migrate them (when possible) to Intune configuration profiles. This feature, called Group Policy Analytics, has been introduced in September 2020 (see https://t.co/tqoPstbND8). Well, good news as this feature has been upgraded …

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Intune – You can now manage Google Chrome with Intune

Those who work or have been working with on-premises environments and Active Directory already know they can import the ADMX templates for Google Chrome and  manage Chrome using group policies (GPO). Well, for those which are full-cloud managed (Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager) or hybrid mode with client device configuration being managed by Intune there was no …

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Intune – You can now manage local groups memberships with Intune (preview)

As you know, Windows devices come with built-in local groups: Administrators Users Guests Power Users Remote Desktop Users Remote Management Users Until now, it was almost impossible to manage local groups memberships with Intune. Well, good news, you can now do it. To start managing local groups memberships, connect to your Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager portal …

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