Posted in: Azure, Intune, Powershell Automation

Enable Azure AD Device Script

I have been testing with Windows 10 AutoPilot White Glove and I have run in to the problem where the Azure AD Device was not able to find my organisation. Problem definition The error looked like this: I had uploaded the hardware hashes to Intune using a CSV. Therefore, I was very suprised to see […]

Posted in: Intune, Microsoft 365

Intune Compliancy Policies

Intune compliancy policies are nice way to check whether your managed devices are compliant with the policies you have made. For example; you want all your machines to be encrypted, it is possible to check this is enforced through a compliance policy. Example for an Intune Compliancy Policy The compliancy policy that we are going […]

Posted in: Intune, Microsoft 365

Intune Delivery Optimization/bandwidth optimization

You will have probably heard about the Intune delivery optimization. In this blogpost I will explain and show the delivery optimization profiles options. I have configured this in my lab. I will walk you through every detail of the implementation. A good thing to know is that delivery optimization (peer to peer) is enabled by […]

Posted in: Intune, Microsoft 365

Device Bulk Actions via Microsoft Intune

This is a new feature in Microsoft Intune. Device bulk actions for devices. An example would be that you have implemented Windows 10 AutoPilot before the naming convention was released and now you are stuck with the naming convention “DESKTOP-XXXXXXX”. You can now rename all devices in bulk. Example for a bulk action Let’s grab […]

Posted in: Intune, Microsoft 365

Microsoft Office 365 Configuration via Intune

Since a couple of months Microsoft Intune offers the possibility to use ADMX templates to configure Microsoft Office 365 Pro Plus. Earlier on this was possible via scripting to configure Microsoft Office. This is not ideal because our managed services department had a hard time controling this. When I read about the ADMX templates I […]