I am proud and honoured to be re-awarded as an Microsoft MVP in Enterprise Mobility. I got my first award in October 2016 and was now evaluated for all my contributions over 18 months instead of the normal 12 months because to the change in MVP award cycles. So it is actually just my second award, even though I have been an MVP since October 2016.
Receiving this award is a great recognition to the work and commitment put down in the Enterprise Mobility area during this period.
Some of the things I have done during this period is: Continue reading
Since the arrival of Microsoft Intune Enrollment Restrictions, I have been waiting for a way to have more granular control of the restrictions. We have been forced to have the same setting for all users and with no exceptions at all. I have a lot of customers who wants to block the common user from enrolling personal iOS devices or even Windows 10 MDM as the company are not ready for it at the moment. Continue reading
As I was strolling around in my Intune tenant today I found that a new feature has arrived regarding Intune and Mobile Apps. It has been easy lately to add iOS app by just searching the appstore directly from Intune, but Android has been the same bad experience with me going to the Android play webpages and search for app URLs. Today that might just be gone for 90% of my use cases with Microsoft Intune Built-In App type. Continue reading
I just wanted to recap my experience from NIC 2018 by posting a short post about my experience as a first time speaker at NIC.
On day 1 it was great expectations as I had the first slot after the keynote talking about Intune Mobile Application Management. The room it self was OK and the tech worked perfectly. The only thing I want to point out is that the lighting was awful. As a Speaker I like to see my audience and be able to read them as I go along. This was absolutely not possible here and I really hope that NIC will consider changing this for next year. Continue reading
Microsoft has released a number of powershell sample script on github. After playing around with them for a bit I have found some cool and powerful use cases that I want to share. The first one is about creating and reusing compliance policies across multiple customer tenants.
Microsoft Ignite 2017 is now just about a week away and it is confirmed that the conference goes on as planned. That is truly great news for all us excited people attending this year.
Microsoft has just enabled guest access in Microsoft Teams. This is a great add for the service and allows us to collaborate easier and more with our external parties. But, maybe we also want to verify that our external users actually are who they say they are. Let’s try to protect our external user access to teams with Azure MFA. Continue reading
Are you looking for a solution on how to use custom branding for you Intune Company portal for a standalone setup? Don’t like the default color choices in the Intune portal? Maybe you have looked into the hybrid option which gives you an possibility to choose your custom color? Look no further..
After 3 days at Experts Live in Berlin, my speaker duties are finished. This conference was pretty new to me and I would like to share my experiences. I have delivered 4 contributions to this great conference, 2 sessions where I have been talking about Microsoft Intune, Azure AD, Conditional Access and Windows 10 Modern IT and 2 discussion panel session talking about much of the same stuff 🙂
If you want to do configurations like Windows 10 Hybrid Domain join of Office 365 Group Writeback in Azure AD Connect you need to run commands in Powershell to make that happen. But if you have a fresh new server and have just installed AAD Connect on it you will get an error when trying to run the commands necessary. Continue reading