Reprovision/Restore Windows 365 Devices

This blog is about showing another example of our Powershell module called PSCloudPC. The example is about Reprovision/Restore Windows 365 devices. My other post is about deploying Windows 365 via Powershell. Firstly, download and install the module. You can do so using the following command: After that, import the module: We are now ready to … Read more

Deploy Windows 365 via Powershell

Stefan Dingemanse and I built a Powershell Module to deploy Windows 365 more easily. We wanted a new challenge. Stefan looked at the Powershell Gallery and there wasn’t a Windows 365 module. So, we decided to build one. The module is available at the Powershell Gallery Full documentation is available on Github. The Github page … Read more

Use Winget with Intune

I had this post on my to-do list for a while. How to use winget with Intune to deploy your packages and create a default deployment method for these packages. If you deploy packages via this method you won’t have to update Intune again with new versions of packages. Peter van der Woude inspires this … Read more

View All API Permissions Microsoft Graph

I couldn’t find this myself quickly in the Microsoft docs. So I decided to write a quick blog about it. This blog is about how to view all API Permissions available for Microsoft Graph via Powershell. It is a quick short blog. So, I’ll cut to the chase. You can view all the API permissions … Read more

Intune Devices Report via Graph and Teams

This blog is about a request from a project manager. He wanted to be automatically updated about the new intune devices enrolled. So, I decided to build an Intune devices report via Graph and update it weekly in a Microsoft Teams channel post. Prerequisites I am not really a Power Automate/Logic App guy (I know … Read more

Domain Join Profile Intune via Powershell

This is a blog post on request. Someone commented on another post (Create Autopilot Profile Powershell) that they would like a script to create a Domain Join Profile in Intune via Powershell. Some of you need to create more than 10 of these profiles. (Some even more than a 100!) I thought that was interesting! … Read more

Assign Store Applications in Intune via Powershell

I meant to write this blog a long time ago. I always wanted to deep-dive into Intune to assign Microsoft Store Applications via Powershell. We all struggled with the Microsoft Store applications and assigning them “one by one” through the portal. Even though (almost) every assignment was the same: “Unassign for All Users/All Devices”. Of … Read more

Gather Hardware Hash and receive via Mail

I wrote a script to gather the Windows 10 AutoPilot hardware hash and receive this via e-mail. The current user’s Outlook profile sends the e-mail. The e-mail is available in sent items if you want to view it later. Prerequisites The user is local admin on the device where you want to gather the Windows … Read more

Elevate Administrative Tools menu for Endpoint

This PowerShell tool helps ServiceDesk employees to do their work. This script creates a menu where you can pick Administrative Tools to elevate on your endpoint. Why do you need this? In a previous blog post, I explained how you can create an elevated PowerShell session on Endpoint Managed device. I got feedback from ServiceDesk … Read more