Month: September 2019

Tip: Keep Track of What’s on the Development Roadmap for Microsoft Intune

Microsoft now has a page dedicated to what is in the development pipeline for Microsoft Intune. The first entry is September 2019, but the same page will be updated as time goes on. Link: In development for Microsoft Intune RSS feed: https://docs.microsoft.com/api/search/rss?search=%22in+development+-+microsoft+intune%22&locale=en-us

Enabling Collections in Microsoft Edge Dev

The latest update to the Edge Dev build brings the Collections feature to the browser. But its not available for use by default. Its still an experimental feature so to use it, you must first enable it through Flags. In the Edge browser address field, go to: edge://flags/#edge-collections Once there, turn the feature on by changing it to Enabled… The browser will need to be restarted for the change to take effect, but once restarted, the Collections icon is now available on the top of the browser and also in Settings. Collections is an awesome feature, allowing you to collect research data and other things. For example, the following is an example of collecting information on Azure Storage Explorer. As you can see, you can “collect” anything from links, pages, and also pa...

MDOP Tools Support Extended Until 2026

Except for MED-V 2.0, MDOP tools support has been extended until April 14, 2026. MED-V didn’t get the extension bump because of its requirements including Windows XP and Windows Virtual PC support. So, it will still reach end of support on April 13, 2021. Details: New extended support dates for MDOP tools