Posted in: Intune, Microsoft 365

Deploy Fonts via Intune

This is a blog about how to deploy fonts via Intune. These fonts are not default available in Windows. I will show you how to deploy the fonts via a Win32App from Intune. Prerequisites Licenses to be able to deploy Windows 10 Autopilot machines. How do so you can follow my guide. The IntuneWinAppUtility which […]

Posted in: Azure, Intune, Microsoft 365

Azure Information Protection Deployment Guide

This is a deployment guide for Azure Information Protection. I couldn’t find what I needed in the Microsoft Documentation so I have written a complete deployment guide. This guide includes the following subjects: Azure Information Protection Deployment GuideAzure Log Analytics deployment to check activityMicrosoft 365 compliance integration (SharePoint & OneDrive)Examples for labeling and Log Analytics […]

Posted in: Intune, Microsoft 365, Powershell Automation

UnAttended Azure AD Join

This is a blogpost about joining Windows 10 machines unattended to Azure AD with a provisioning package created with the Windows Configuration Designer. The enrollment is done with a token which is created by a service account which services the Azure AD Join. Prerequisites Create a service account in Azure AD to create the bulk […]

Posted in: Exchange Online, Microsoft 365, Powershell Automation

Exchange Online Migrations Tips & Tricks

I have done a lot of Exchange Online Migrations over the years and I would like to share my tips & tricks in moving the mailboxes via Powershell. I am going to discus moving a single mailbox, moving mailboxes in bulk, offboarding mailboxes back to Exchange On-Premises. Furthermore I am going to show you how […]

Posted in: Intune, Microsoft 365, Powershell Automation

Collect AutoPilot Info from Remote Machine

How can you collect AutoPilot information from a Remote Machine? In this blog I will show you how you can grab this information. Prerequisites Remote Machine You need to have the following prequisites ready: 1. On the remote machine the WinRM service must be running.2. The network must allow WinRM connections. 3. The Windows Firewall […]

Posted in: Intune, Microsoft 365

Add Microsoft Store For Business to Intune

You want to manage Microsoft Store Apps for Windows 10 via Intune. But how do you add the Microsoft Store for Business to Intune? In this blogpost I will show you. Add the Microsoft Store Log on to Microsoft Intune at Link Go to Client Apps: Go to the Microsoft Store for Business: First you […]

Posted in: Intune, Microsoft 365, Powershell Automation

Update Application via Win32App in Microsoft Intune

This blog is about updating an application which you can not update through automation like Chocolately and/or PatchMyPC. I am going to update an application via Win32App in Microsoft Intune. I am deploying this using a script which first uninstalls the old version and then installs the new one. The application that I am going […]

Posted in: Intune, Microsoft 365

Windows 10 AutoPilot Hybrid AD Join vs Azure AD Join

If you are looking to deploy Windows 10 AutoPilot you are going to have to make a choice. Are you going to use an Hybrid AD Join or a Azure AD Join deployment? I am going to give you my thoughts on a Windows 10 Autopilot Hybrid AD Join vs Azure AD join. Furthermore I […]

Posted in: Intune, Microsoft 365

Create Windows 10 AutoPilot Hybrid Azure AD joined profile

This blogpost is about creating a Windows 10 AutoPilot deployment profile based on a Hybrid Azure AD Joined scenario via Microsoft 365/Microsoft Intune. Creating the profile Go to https://devicemanagement.microsoft.com/ and log on. Go to Devices and to Windows: After that click on “Windows Enrollment”: We first need to setup automatic enrollment. Click on automatic enrollment: You need […]

Posted in: Intune, Microsoft 365

Create Windows 10 AutoPilot Azure AD joined profile

This blogpost is about creating a Windows 10 AutoPilot deployment profile based on a Azure AD joined scenario via Microsoft 365 or Microsoft Intune. Creating the profile Go to https://devicemanagement.microsoft.com/ and log on. Go to Devices and to Windows: After that click on “Windows Enrollment”: We first need to setup automatic enrollment. Click on automatic […]