A build in teams client is shipped with Windows 11. This client can only be used with a personal Microsoft account. This client is usually not welcome in corporate environments. How to remove this build-in client with the help of Intune I will show you in this blog post.Read More »
With Windows 11, microsoft take the decision that a TPM 2.0 (Trusted Platform Module) is mandatory to run windows 11. Due to this prerequisite, Windows 11 cannot be installed or upgraded on many computers. In this blog, we’ll look at what a TPM is, how to check if you have a TPM 2.0, and how to install Windows anyway.Read More »
In the previous blogs we have looked at all the features Intune offers for device management, application management, endpoint security and reporting. Now we will look at the User and Groups menu. This blog will be the last blog in this series.Read More »
If an Intune device is not enrolled as a shared device or kiosk device, it always has a primary user. This creates a relation between the device and the user. This user is also used to license the device. This user only has the possibility to see this device in the company portal / company portal website and trigger certain self service actions. Also, while troubleshooting, an Intune admin can select this user in the Troubleshooting + support menu in Intune and directly see their devices.
The primary user is automatically added after the the enrollment of an intune managed device. It is possible to change the user to an other or remove this user to switch the device into a shared device.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 »
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 »
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 »
In this blog I will show you a very simple way how to map a network drive with Intune.Read More »
In this blog I want to explain how you can create a shortcut to a website on the desktop with the help of Intune. You can use this for example to make the opening of your company’s intranet site or web application faster and easier for the users.Read More »