Edge is updated often and if we use AutoUpdate which I think we should use for Edge it is automatically updated after OS deployment. But in some cases, we need policies to be applied to Edge that are only supported in newer versions then we need to make sure it is updated when the user
During the Nordic Virtual Summit me and Ronni Pedersen did a session on “Windows Servicing in the work from anywhere era”, great event, great fun! Nordic Virtual Summit – A virtual IT Pro Community Event! During that session we demoed a new community tool or actually two community tools from my colleague Johan Schrewelius. DeploymentScheduler
In a project lately we use Windows 10 Personal devices that enroll into Intune. Works great, but…. When we configured Conditional Access even if the device is compliant it still blocks access since more Work accounts are configured on the device. On the personal device in this scenario a personal Microsoft Account is used to
Starting in ConfigMgr Current branch 1910 integrated BitLocker management (MBAM) is supported. This is all well and fine except one detail; it does not include the Administration Service Endpoint available in MBAM standalone. This endpoint is, most cases, crucial if you are using any kind of automation, management system, custom helpdesk tool or such. This
In every modern management project where we use Azure AD Join instead of traditional domain join, there are always some network drives that needs to be mapped for the end users. Not very modern I know but there is a real world out there as well.When we use a modern client using sleep or hibernate
Support for Adobe Flash is going away on the 31st of December 2020 as announced by Adobe back in 2017, https://www.adobe.com/se/products/flashplayer/end-of-life.html In October 27th Microsoft released an update that will remove Adobe Flash Player, which is a good thing, https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4577586/update-for-removal-of-adobe-flash-playerWe need to make sure it is removed as it is no longer supported = big
To follow up on the post on deploying a Windows 10 multi-app kiosk using MEMCM, this post shows how we can update the configuration using Run Scripts in Configuration Manager (MEMCM). A little background. In the last post, we deployed a Windows multi-app kiosk using an assigned access and PowerShell script during OS deployment. But
I wrote a post on how to use Autologon.exe and PowerShell, thanks Johan Schrewelius, to make Autologin in Windows 10 a little bit more secure a while ago. https://ccmexec.com/2020/08/windows-10-secure-autologon-powershell/Taking this one step further I wrote a blogpost for 4Sysops.com on how to configure a multiapp Kiosk where that script is used as part of the
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