I wrote a post a couple of weeks ago with the Microsoft Edge Security Baseline policy re-created in Settings catalog. I got a lot of questions if I had done it with the Windows MDM Security Baseline as well and here it is.
This was not a fun exercise it took a while. Looking forward to the end of Internet Explorer 11 once and for all, recreating this brought back memories on configuring IE 11 with Group Policies…. Not all positive.
I like using Settings Catalog better than the security baseline because it is easier to modify, easier to manage and follow up.
When I recreated the Edge Security baseline I had to use a PowerShell script to set two settings, that was not needed this time all settings was available.
The policy can be downloaded in .json format here:
I hope you find it useful
6 thoughts on “Windows MDM Security Baseline – Settings Catalog”
Awesome to see that you created the baseline based on Catalog settings. Only when I want to import it I get an error message. I normally use “SettingsCatalog_Import_FromJSON.ps1” for the import but it doesn’t seem to work with the JSON file. How should it be imported? Would be nice if you would mention that on your blog.
Good Idea! I will do that!
Hi – I’d popped over to GitHub to take a look at your baseline but can’t seem to find the JSON to download. I can only see a readme file. Any ideas where it might be so I can download it?
Thanks for your great effort giving us this one…
I have just tested your new export, and it is still failing when i´m using SettingsCatalog_Import_FromJSON.ps1:
Add-SettingsCatalogPolicy : Request to https://graph.microsoft.com/Beta/deviceManagement/configurationPolicies failed w
ith HTTP Status BadRequest Bad Request
Any advice on what to do? Is it the right way to import this with SettingsCatalog_Import_FromJSON.ps1: ?
Hi, I have imported it using the Intune Management tool mentioned in the post, it solves some issue automatically when importing it.