In the ever-evolving landscape of digital workspace solutions, Windows 365 emerges as a cloud-based PC deployment solution tailored for organizations seeking enhanced security and centralized control. With the advent of Windows 365, two key features come into play: Windows 365 Boot and Windows 365 Switch. In this blog, we’ll explore what these two services offer, […]
There are several ways to deploy applications to users or devices that are managed by Microsoft Intune. In addition to application types, you must also take into consideration the method of assignment and how it will affect you long term from a management and maintenance standpoint. Deploying an application installer via Intune is usually accomplished
In my previous blog [Win32 App Deployment with Intune Supersedence Rules] I explained how to update Win32 applications deployed within Microsoft Intune by using the supersedence feature. Although the process is typically straightforward and simple, the requirement of keeping a security group populated with all user or device objects can make the task time-consuming. This
How to Effectively Manage Microsoft Intune Application Assignments with PowerShell and the Microsoft Graph API
In large-scale Microsoft Intune deployments, you’ll typically find both production and development tenants. For effective application testing, you’ll need to assign your applications to test groups of devices or users. Performing this process manually can be time-consuming and repetitive. To simplify the mass addition of a group for application deployment, you can leverage the Intune PowerShell SDK.
Do you know how to protect organizational data on mobile devices without affecting personal data? Are you aware of the policies required to implement a strong foundation for protecting your organizational data on users’ mobile devices?
The workstation an administrator uses to perform privileged tasks such as managing Active Directory (AD) is a high-value target for a potential adversary. By providing administrators with a clean keyboard, PAWs isolate privileged accounts from the risks of a compromised workstation.
We’re frequently asked how to enable compliance notifications for devices enrolled in Microsoft Intune. Although this task isn’t difficult, there are numerous ways to easily misconfigure it. The basic requirements are straightforward. You’ll need an Entra (formerly Azure AD) tenant with users that are licensed for Intune (either directly or as part of another license