Microsoft Intune

Azure AD – Allow end-users to reset password or PIN from the login screen

UPDATE January 2023 It is now easier to enable this option without a custom device profile https://t.co/IVCMZ5nCmk UPDATE 21 nov 2017 You can also use the registy key HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft\AzureADAccount to enable this. Create a DWORD key named AllowPasswordReset with the value 00000001. I have tested with an AAD Joined device managed with SCCM. Will test […]

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Intune – Troubleshooting assistant to resolve end-user’s issues

Troubleshooting Intune issues can be painful and complicated. To help you in this task, a new troubleshooting assistant has been introduced. Access to this troubleshooting assistant is easy: either use the direct URL http://aka.ms/intunetroubleshooting or through the portal by searching for Intune and go to the Help and Support\Troubleshoot section Then you start troubleshooting the

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Intune – You can now switch your MDM authority without Microsoft support and not re enrollment

With the June 2017 updates for Intune, it is now possible to switch the MDM (mobile device management) authority from Intune to SCCM Hybrid and vice-versa without opening a support request AND without having to re enroll devices already enrolled (see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/mdm/deploy-use/change-mdm-authority)

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Microsoft Intune – Enrollment support change for iOS

In the coming months, Microsoft Intune will be updated to allow only iOS 8.x or later to be enrolled. Existing enrolled devices will not be impacted and will continue to be managed for a limited time but it will not be possible to enroll new devices running older version of iOS. As usual, this is

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Office 365 – Phantom mobile device

I have been playing with the Mobile Device Management feature for Office 365 for some time already – since it has been in technical preview. I registered many devices running on different OS (Windows, Windows Phone, Windows 10 Tech Preview, Android..) but recently I discovered a rogue/phantom device in the Office 365 Mobile Device Management

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Intune – Azure Authenticator App will be mandatory for Android devices

If you are using Microsoft Intune as client and/or device management solution, you have to be aware that Microsoft will make the Azure Authenticator app a requirements for Android devices in September 2015. You can opt out this requirements using the Intune management portal through the Mobile Device Management\Android If you opt out you need

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