One feature I am really excited about that are coming to Configuration Manager is the Integration of he MBAM server features. This will save us time and money because we don’t have to use separate servers for MBAM. We don’t have to manage and update neither the MBAM client or the Server backend. I wrote
I love playing around with a new Technical Preview and test everything out and complete the scenarios each time a new Tech Preview is released. If you don’t do it yourself, try it out it is great fun. Orchestration groups Orchestration groups are here! A long-awaited update/rewrite of Server groups which has been around for
By my Padawan and co-worker Sassan. This is a quick post about the possibility to manage and configure some BIOS settings on Dell computers using Intune and Win32 apps. In this example we’re going to set an BIOS/admin password, but this could of course be expanded to configure other settings that are available through the
Back in January 2019 I wrote a post on how Application approval in Configuration Manager 1810 was a game changer over at https://4Sysops.com, which it truly is! Some things were still early then, but let’s look at what’s new in System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 1906 when it comes to instant application delivery using application requests. Check
My colleague, Johan Schrewelius has done it again! Windows 10 Lock Screen Watermark application. I demoed this at MMS in Minnesota earlier this year as a sneak peak, now it is live! It is simple and great, it displays a picture on top of the logon and lockscreen. The application itself is transparent and requires
Spent last night testing this one out, Microsoft Bitlocker and Managment tool built in SCCM. This is one of the big features me and all my customers are looking forward to! It will make managing MBAM much easier than today by providing:– MBAM client being part of the SCCM client, so no separate installation and
I love testing out new features in Configuration Manager Technical Previews, always some great stuff in there. This time it is 1908.2 which contains some cool feature that I hope make it to 1910. I just had to write a short post with my testing so far. Teams integration in the Console Connections node. We
In Configuration Manager we always had log files for everything, extremely useful when troubleshooting. In Intune we have the event log and the MDMDiagnosticsTool which is our best friends. Win32app and PowerShell Scripts deployed are installed using the Intune Management Extension and for that we do have log files where we can track/troubleshoot application deployment.