Detect anomalies in your Intune environment with Azure Cognitive Services – Part 3 Bluescreen of death detection

Welcome to the third part of my series in which I describe ways to get proactive notifications when something in your environment has a problem / error. So that this monitoring does not work with static values I use Microsoft Cognitive services to detect anomalies via machine learning. In this blog we will take a look at the Endpoint Analytics Startup performance bluescreen detection. Here we want to be notified when an unusual number of devices report a blue screen or problem during detection.

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Change Windows 11 Context Menu with Intune

Windows 11 has brought some changes to the Windows Explorer, including the way the context menu looks. By default, the context menu is reduced to the really necessary functions. This is sufficient for most users. However, if you often need functions that are not in the reduced view, then this can be a hindrance in the workflow. In this blog I want to show you how to get back the Windows 10 context menu with the help of Intune.

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