I have already written a blog about how to send a message using Logic apps to generate a regular device report. After a presentation about automation with Intune and Graph I got the good feedback if I can do a variant with Co Managed devices. So I decided to write a V2 of this blog and also update the authentication with Managed Identity. If you are interested in more blogs around the topic of logic apps, let me know and I will be happy to do a deep dive on logic apps.Read More »
Mastering Intune Reporting and Analytics
In this new blog post I want to give you an overview hot you can start with reporting analytics with Intune. I already wrote several blogs how to create custom reports via mail or team, to to export and automate things. I also wrote an blog with an overview of the analytics capabilities of Intune. In this post I want to go an step back and want to give you an overview how to start with this topic and which capabilities Intune offers.Read More »
Tracking Windows 11 Upgrades with Azure Automation and Intune
In today’s blog, I will address a question from one of our community members, who is looking to create a report for tracking Windows 11 upgrades via Azure Automation Runbook and Microsoft Intune. He has tried to gather enrolled devices details using a runbook but hasn’t found a solution yet. In this post, we will demonstrate how to generate a report on Windows 11 upgrade tracking with Intune and Azure Automation.Read More »
Intune AI Voice Bot
In the todays blog, I will announce the release of our experimental AI-driven voice assistant for Microsoft Intune-related questions. As you know, I am an huge fans of automation and AI technologies. I teamed up with Fabian Peschke to develop this innovative voice bot that aims to help users with their Intune questions.
Our voice bot is built using two different Microsoft cognitive services: Azure Speech Services and OpenAI’s GPT-35 Turbo. The Azure Speech Services allows the bot to recognize and synthesize speech, while OpenAI’s engine enables the bot to understand and respond to user queries intelligently. This bot was developed based on this example from microsoft.Read More »
Creating and Configuring Bash Scripts for Ubuntu Devices in Intune
In one of my previous blog posts, I demonstrated how to enroll an Ubuntu device in Intune. In this blog post, I will walk you through creating and configuring custom Bash scripts for your Ubuntu devices using Microsoft Intune. With the service release 2023, Intune now supports running Bash scripts on Linux devices, offering a powerful way to manage and configure your Linux devices.Read More »
How to start with Azure Automation Runbook to automate tasks in Intune
As you all know I am a very very big fan of automation. The good thing is in almost all microsoft products there are interfaces to do exactly that. This is also the case for Intune. In one of my last blogs I wrote about how to use PowerShell to automate things in Intune. I also mentioned azure automation. In this blog I want to go deeper into the topic and explain how you can use azure automation to automate recurring processes.Read More »
Intune Suite Part 3: Advanced Endpoint Analytics
In the third part of this Intune Suite series, I want to give you more insights into advanced endpoint analytics. I am really happy that Intune has gone in the direction of machine learning and anomaly detection. I blogged about these topics a few months ago, discussing how to analyze Intune data with the help of cognitive service anomaly detection. It’s awesome that Intune now includes this out-of-the-box in the tool. Unfortunately, I can’t test this feature in my own tenant because Endpoint analytics requires at least 10 devices, and this is not possible in my test tenant. However, I will cover all elements of the feature in this blog.
Source: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/analytics/anomaly-detectionRead More »
Intune Suite Part 2: Easy start with Endpoint Privilege Management
In my second part of the Intune suite series I want to talk about Endpoint Privilege Management. This feature is brand new and was released yesterday. Endpoint Privilege Management (EPM) is a powerful feature in Microsoft Intune that allows you to enable users to run as standard users, without administrative rights, while still being able to complete tasks that require elevated privileges. This blog post will guide you through setting up Endpoint Privilege Management in your organization, ensuring users can remain productive without compromising on security.
Source: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-intune-blog/enable-windows-standard-users-with-endpoint-privilege-management/ba-p/3755710Read More »
How to get an report with all new enrolled devices
Keeping track of newly enrolled devices in your organisation can be a challenging task when relying solely on the Intune console. Wouldn’t it be awesome to receive a comprehensive report automatically via email? As you know, I love automating things. In this blog post, we’ll explore a simple and efficient way to generate a weekly report for all newly enrolled devices using PowerShell, Azure Automation Runbooks, and Microsoft Graph API. This automated solution will save you time and effort, allowing you to focus on more important tasks in managing your organisations devices. So, let’s dive in and learn how to create this valuable report!Read More »
Endpoint analytics remediation script community repository
What could be better than working on a project together with others. Andrew Taylor, Joey Verlinden, Florian Salzmann and I have created a community proactive remediation script repository where we have written and added as many scripts as possible ready to use scripts for you. In this blog post I want to give you more insights in endpoint analytics proactive remediation scripts and explain how you can integrate these scripts into you environment.Read More »