When we use AutoPilot with Windows 10 and Intune one of the great benefits is that we can make the enrolling user a standard user and not local admin per default. In some case we of course need to make the users who enrolled the PC a local admin, perhaps after ordering it from a
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
I wrote a post on What’s new in application requests in Configuration Manager 1906 over at 4sysops.com https://4sysops.com/archives/whats-new-in-application-requests-in-sccm-1906/ One of the things that is new i the possibility to Retry an Installation if it fails or is uninstalled manually for example. In the post over at 4Sysops I had three sample scripts on how to
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
Quick assist is a built-in remote control app in Windows 10 intended for home and personal use, that is at least my opinion. Many don’t even know that it exists and for an enterprise we really need to manage it = remove it or block it. I wrote a blog post about it here at
“Application approval in the latest version of Configuration Manager 1806/1810 has gotten a lot of love! It’s one of the biggest changes to application deployment in many years. It still needs some finishing touches, but it’s well worth it to try it out and perhaps start using it.” I wrote a blog post over at
In Configuration Manager a new way of waking up computers exists. We can Wake Up a single computer or all computers in a collection using the Client Notification channel, no need to configure Wake-On-LAN in Configuration Manager site settings and no need to ask the network team to turn on Subnet-Directed Broadcast. We tested it
I wrote a blogpost on how to make CMTrace which is included in the SCCM client nowadays using a PowerShell script. I got a question basically instantly if that could not be used for Intune managed clients without the SCCM client. Yes! it can, we only need to add a line to copy CMTrace.exe to
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