I am proud to announce that I will be speaking at Experts Live Europe Again this year. I am really excited about my sessions this year and I am sure you will enjoy them if you happen to be at the conference.
I have 2 breakout sessions, and the first one is a deep dive version of my talk at Microsoft Ignite earlier this year.
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I already told you I am hosting a Meetup at Microsoft Ignite in my previous post, but that’s not all. I am also delivering 2 Theater session in the main Expo area during the week. I am really excited about the interest in my sessions so far looking at the number of people who have added them to their schedule. You can build your own schedule here at https://myignite.techcommunity.microsoft.com/, and if you are not going, most of the sessions will be streamed and available on demand. Continue reading
This year at Microsoft Ignite I will be hosting a Community Meetup together with Ami Arwidmark. This will be an interactive session where you will be a part of the discussion.
We will spend time on discussion modern management of Windows 10 focusing on different topics during our time together. On of the big topics would be on what you experience is blocking you from going modern. This is not a normal breakout session where we will spend time on slides telling you what to do. We do have some experiences and insight to share, but this is a place for you to come and discuss both your positive experiences and your pains with other people working in the same area as you. 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
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.
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 🙂
It has finally arrived. Group Based licensing in Azure AD for O365 and other services. Lets take a quick look on how this can be done in the Azure Portal. Continue reading
Episode 2 of this blogseries is going to focus on app deployment. When we are using Android for Work we are also using Google Play for Work. So lets just jump in and I will show you where to get the apps and how easy you can deploy them. Continue reading