Microsoft Intune Enrollment Restriction Update

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

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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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

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

Hvordan oppgradere til Windows 10 ved å bruke en task sequence i System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager

Som jeg skrev i forrige innlegg så må vi vente litt før man kan få tilgang på en preview av neste versjon av System Center eller en update til System Center Configuration Manager 2012 R2 for å kunne rulle ut Windows 10 via System Center.

Men hvis man er litt slik som meg så har man egentlig ikke tid til å vente. Jeg har funnet en artikkel på internett som forklarer hvordan man kan gjøre en oppgradering til Windows 10 via System Center 2012 R2 slik den foreligger i dag. Det jeg snakker om da er å kjøre en «in-place» upgrade via en task-sequence i ConfigMgr. Dette er basicly bare oversatt fra den originale artikkelen, men jeg ville gjerne dele dette med dere, ingen grunn til å finne opp hjulet på nytt 🙂 Continue reading