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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Block personal owned devices from Microsoft Intune

Every administrator for Microsoft Intune has run in to this problem. For example, users install office on their personal devices (mobile and laptops/workstations), Microsoft asks them to log on. They log on with their company credentials and after that the user gets the question whether he wants to let his company manage his device. This […]