Welcome to the third part of my blog series. In this blog series, I’ll give you a tour through the features that Microsoft Endpoint Manager offers us. In the last two blogs, we looked at the topics of device and application management. Today we would like to take a look at device security. The biggest goal companies have is to protect their devices and data from outsiders. Every day there are new attack methods or threats that companies need to protect against. MEM provides many features that use the power of the cloud to achieve this goal. At the center of this is Microsoft Defender for Endpoint.Read More »
In this blog we will look at how you can add an azure ad groups or users to a local group using Intune and custom profiles.Read More »
In the Active directory it was possible to allow a user to log in only to certain computers. This is no longer so easy with Azure AD and Intune. In this blog we would like to look at how you can realize this with the help of a custom profile.Read More »
The launch of Windows 11 is coming and you might want to test configurations or apps on Windows 11 devices right now. But for the testing you need a group in Azure AD. In this blog I want to show you how to create a dynamic group where all Windows 11 devices are grouped. I also want to show you how to create a Device Filter for Windows 11.Read More »
In this blog series, I’ll give you a tour through the features that Microsoft Endpoint Manager offers us. In my first blog we looked at the Device Management features. In this blog I want to cover all the features around Application Management. Good apps are one of the foundations of a successful company. With Intune, you can ensure that end users have access to the apps they need to do their jobs.Read More »
According to the Gardner quadrant published on August 16, Microsoft is by far the leader in the area of unified endpoint management tools. Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) has played a major role in achieving this clear ranking. MEM has grown more and more in recent years and has received more and more new functions. According to rumors, we can soon expect support for Chrome OS (source: twitter).
This blog is the first blog of a whole blog series. In this blog series, I want to give you a tour of all the features that Microsoft Endpoint Manager has to offer.Read More »
In one of my last posts I explained how to create a desktop shortcut using a Win32 app. Now I want to show you a way how you can deploy a web shortcut for the Web Company Portal.Read More »