In one of my last posts we took a closer look at how the Intune Management extension works and even looked behind the scenes directly into the code. In this post I have already mentioned the ClientHealthEval.exe and I would like to take a closer look into this.Read More »
Everyone who has enrolled a few devices with autopilot in his life and has encountered errors knows the problem that it can quickly be very cumbersome to find the problem why an enrolment fails. Especially when it comes to network endpoints that are not reachable it can be very time consuming to find them. To enroll a device with autopilot there are also some prerequisites that have to be fulfilled. To check this before the enrollment I have created a script that helps you to check these requirements.Read More »
All assignments in Intune are based on Azure AD groups. I think you also already had the problem that you wanted to find out to which Intune Object a certain AAD group in already assigned, but there is no way in the portal to find this out. To solve this problem I have written a script that gives you exactly this output.Read More »
For troubleshooting purposes it is helpful to change the log level of the Intune Management Extension. Since this has to be done in an XML config file of the IME and this can affect the function of the IME when inserting a wrong value. I wrote a script which make the change of the log level easy.Read More »
It is difficult for support engineers to guide users to the company portal because the company portal is called differently depending on the system language. In german, for example, the Company Portal is called “Unternehmensportal”. To simplify this and make access faster I have written a small system tray icon. This icon is not only there to open the Company Portal, it also offers many other functions to simplify the troubleshooting process.Read More »
You may have noticed that, an autopilot hash looks a little different every time you create it. In this blog I want to show you how to encode an autopilot hash and display the content of it.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 »
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 »
With the Assignment Filter a possibility was added to intune to make assignments more comfortable. This feature was first available for configuration profiles and then for apps. With the service release 2107 Intune has enabled the assignment filters also for update rings.
What are assignment filters and how can you use them for the update ring assignemnts I will show you in this blog.Read More »