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 »
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 »
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 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 »
In this blog post I explain how to deploy a Win32 app via Intune. I have choos CMtracert because this tool is useful for troubleshooting and analyzing Intune logs.
W32 applications must always be uploaded as .intunewin package. It is not possible to simply upload an .exe file. How to create such an .intunewin package i will show you now.Read More »