It is not always easy to reach users via email or other channels. When there are projects running to exchange e.g. smartphones or migrations from files from a network drive to an SharePoint it is hard reach the users and get an answer. Intune provides with Endpoint Analytics a very good on board tool to easily reach users via a user dialog. In this blog I will show how you can use this with the example of a smartphone exchange. The dialog and the method can be adapted to many other use cases.Read More »
There is often the need to create an AAD group based on a local registry key or another attribute to make more specific accesses, to use this group for access rights to an application or many other usecases. How you can do this with the help of endpoint analytics and azure automation I will show you in this blog post. In my blog I show you how to do this with the example of device manufacture for sure we already have this info in Intune but it is an example how this work. Of course you can also do this with anything else you can read out on a client.Read More »
I have already written several blog posts about endpoint analytics. In the Microsoft Tech Community the question came up how to clean up the disk using Intune. This is a question that is difficult to answer generically as it is always very specific. Through more and more applications and data moving to the cloud and the storage is also becoming cheaper and cheaper, the amount of storage needed on a workplace devices and the problems with full hard disks are no longer as present as in the past.
In this blog I will show you how to free up disk space on your clients with an high disk usage. So let’s get started.Read More »
Users always complain that the network is slow. This can also be measured centrally using various network monitoring tools. However, this monitoring can only provide complete insight if the user is actually onsite in the corporate network. If the user is sitting in the home office and is connected to the internet via his own router, this is not always so easy. But there are also many other reasons why a user has a slow connection. It is not always due to the network. In this block I want to show you how you can test the speed of all clients regularly with a simple remediation script and upload it to a log analytics workspace to do some analysis.Read More »
It is useful after triggering a remediation action or for simply getting feedback from the user/customer to have a kind of survey. Contacting them by mail usually results in very poor response rates. It is much better to contact him directly via a popup. How you can implement this with the help of a Remediation script and write the response in a Log Analytics workspace I will explain in this blog post.Read More »
After we have looked at the three categories of Device Management, Application Management and Endpoint Security, this blog will follow with the Reporting section of MEM. Thanks to everyone who read the preceding blogs and gave me feedback. But it’s not over with very powerful and helpful features in MEM. Also in the reporting section you will find features that can make your daily work easier as an administrator and with which you can greatly increase the user experience. With Endpoint Analytics there is a very powerful feature which is continuously developed and improved. But let’s take a closer look at it below.Read More »