Windows Intune: Software

This part of an ongoing series about Windows Intune. This part will focus on deploying software with Windows Intune. This section is mainly for Windows-based clients, as iOS and Android must go through their respective app stores. Intune Software Publisher The first step is to install the Intune Software Publisher. This will automatically download if Intune does not see it...

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Windows Intune: Groups and Updates

This is part of an ongoing series about Windows Intune. This week will focus on groups and updates. Groups In Intune, groups work similarly to collections in SCCM. You can group devices and users for various tasks, such as organization or deployment of software. Just like with collections in SCCM, membership can be based on criteria (similar to queries) or...

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Windows Intune: Policy

This is part of a continuing series about Windows Intune. This section will focus on creating policies for the different types of clients. If you are familiar with setting client policies in SCCM, this will be very similar. Adding Policies To add a policy, click “Add Policy” under Tasks in the Policy node of the web interface. There will be...

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Windows Intune: Getting set up and Enrolling Devices

This is the second part of a series on Windows Intune. Windows Intune is Microsoft’s mobile device management solution. Setting up Intune – Users Setting up the trial of Intune is pretty simple. Go to the Intune homepage and set up a trial. No credit card information is needed, and you can use your trial for 30 days and manage...

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MDM via Windows Intune – setting up the environment

This third blog in the series of Microsoft’s Mobile Device Management will be a short blog introducing a short webcast about setting up the Windows Intune environment by getting a 30 day trail version of Windows Intune, setting up your own domain name, configuring the MDM authority and configuring platform support for Apple iOS devices. Have a look and feel...

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MDM via Windows Intune – overview

Windows Intune is the cloud solution from where you are able to manage your PC’s and/or mobile devices. In this series we are focusing on mobile device management so we will skip the PC side of the Windows Intune. Mobile device management via Windows Intune enables you to manage your devices from anywhere, anytime and anyplace without really needing an...

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Building a complete MDM solution with Exchange 2013, ConfigMgr 2012 R2 and Windows Intune

Unfortunately my Windows IT Pro sessions about the Microsoft’s Mobile Device Management solutions were cancelled due the lack of booked “seats” in the virtual classroom. Sad that it won’t go through, I put a lot of effort in it. But the good thing about that it is cancelled is that I am able to share everything with you on my...

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Passcode Reset and Remote Lock via Windows Intune

While preparing my Windows IT Pro Microsoft’s Mobility Options in Exchange, Configuration Manager & Windows Intune sessions I noticed in Windows Intune something that I haven’t seen before. Besides locking your mobile devices down with settings, installing apps and wiping in the device you are now also able to reset the passcode of a mobile device or lock it remotely with...

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ConfigMgr 2012 intune and WP8 deployment testing

Finally, ConfigMgr 2012 admins can now do some testing with ConfigMgr 2012 SP1, intune and Windows 8 phone … without a certificate. This was a real blocker for testing as you needed to purchase a certificate from Symantec, but Microsoft have now released an awesome tool to help get a test bed up for demo\evaluation purposes, the kit comes with...

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Three options for managing mobile devices using SCCM 2012 without Windows Intune

In System Center Configuration Manager 2012 the spectrum of devices that can be brought under centralized management is significantly expanded. In SCCM 2007 Windows Mobile and Windows CE were the only platforms that could be managed, and to do this required native mode (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb633175.aspx). Does this mean that with SCCM 2012 you can now remotely manage application installs and OS...

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Setting up Windows Intune to Manage Android

Android with Windows Intune Use this guide to help you get started testing management of Android devices with Windows Intune (Wave D) standalone.  This guide assumes Office 365 has been completely set up, configured, and operational for your organization. Create the emulator First and foremost, create an Android emulator.  One of the best guides that I have found [...]

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