Windows 10 Azure AD Join build 1607

This is going to be a short blogpost on the updated experience on what it looks like for a user doing a out of the box Azure AD Join in the Anniversary Edition of Windows 10. There is a few and cool new things giving the user a much better experience.

One thing to notice is that Convenience Pin is disabled by default for Domain Joined or Azure AD Joined machines. Read on to learn how this affects the users.

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User Experience: Upgrade your PC’s to Windows 10 Enterprise by joining Azure AD

In my previous blogpost Intune: Upgrade Windows 10 Edition to Enterprise I was telling how you can configure Microsoft Intune to upgrade your PC’s from Pro to Enterprise Edition. This blogpost is going to show the user experience on how the upgrade itself works from a user perspective with screenshots and explanations.  Continue reading

Microsoft Intune: Integrate Windows Store for business

For a while now we have been waiting for the integration between Windows Store for business and Microsoft Intune. This integration will allow you to deploy purchased or free apps from the Windows Store through the Intune admin console. This blogpost is a simple guide on how to set up this integration and deploy your first app. My example is going to use the Intune Company Portal app as an example.  Continue reading

Configure synchronization for Apple VPP in Microsoft Intune

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Organizations that want to start purchasing volume licensed iOS apps can finally leverage Apple Volume Purchase Program (Apple VPP) with Microsoft Intune. Almost all of the apps available in iTunes Store (App Store) can be volume purchased and distributed to managed devices. In this blog post, we will cover the requirements for Apple VPP and show you how you can configure Microsoft Intune to synchronize information from Apple VPP. Continue reading

System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview 2 is available for download now!

Today Microsoft announced that the ConfigMgr vNext Technical Preview 2 is available for download. This preview will let you have a look at the functionality that will deliver full support for Windows 10 deployment, upgrade and management.

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Manage Surface Pro 3 UEFI Through PowerShell

After the v3.11.760.0 UEFI update is installed on a Surface device, an additional UEFI menu becomes available named Advanced Device Security. Clicking this option brings up a menu with new options. Some of this options is to enable/disable features like the Front and/or Rear Camera, Wireless, Bluetooth, Network Boot as well as some other cool features.

But what if your are to deploy hundreds or even more devices? Going manually through all this devices is not a good way to go. So in this post I am gonna give an introduction to how you can do this in PowerShell instead. Continue reading