Microsoft provides a “live” (continually updated) Adobe Acrobat (PDF) file for its Microsoft Intune documentation. The PDF is available from here: Microsoft Intune docs The Microsoft Intune product is updated about once a month, so you’ll need to remember to keep this download up-to-date on your own. Additionally, have a Kindle reader? You can email the PDF to your Amazon account so you can read it on your Kindle reader or in the Kindle software. See: https://www.amazon.com/gp/sendtokindle/email Looking for an awesome, no-nonsense technical conference for IT Pros, Devs, and DevOps? IT/Dev Connections kicks off in San Francisco in 2017!
In a move that will make the Azure Portal seem even more like the old Microsoft Management Console (MMC), Microsoft will move the Intune Administrator console to Azure Portal in early 2017. Microsoft has not supplied a hard date for the move, but rather is suggesting that it will migrate customers in bundles and could take months to complete. Customers that would like more information about their specific migration can send a request to the email@example.com email address. A preview of this new capability will be available later this month for select customers. Looking for an awesome, no-nonsense technical conference for IT Pros, Devs, and DevOps? IT/Dev Connections kicks off in San Francisco in 2017!
Lead engineer Mark Florida joins Simon May to demonstrate your options for managing Windows 10 devices using traditional management strategies with Configuration Manager and Cloud-based, modern management with Microsoft Intune. Looking for an awesome, no-nonsense technical conference for IT Pros, Devs, and DevOps? IT/Dev Connections kicks off in San Francisco in 2017!
Microsoft updates its cloud-based management product, Intune, at least once a month. With this steady update cadence it can be difficult to determine the new features that can be taken advantage of. In its new Docs web site (http://docs.microsoft.com) Microsoft has developed an entire section for Intune, but also a couple specific pages to help keep track of Intune feature additions, improvements, enhancements, and bug fixes. Each month, when updates are available, the “What’s New” page will be updated to show the most current additions… Microsoft Intune “What’s New” page: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/intune/whats-new/whats-new-in-microsoft-intune Microsoft also maintains an update archive page. When the “What’s New” page is u...
Microsoft has rolled out new features for Microsoft Intune, including enhanced conditional access for mobile apps and Windows PCs and better MAM support in the Intune App SDK. Additionally – and probably the most noteworthy – Microsoft has also unveiled General Availability for Android for Work support that started testing in September. Learn more about Android for Work support: Enable enrollment of Android for Work devices Looking for an awesome, no-nonsense technical conference for IT Pros, Devs, and DevOps? IT/Dev Connections kicks off in San Francisco in 2017!
In the 1610 release of The Endpoint Zone with Brad Anderson we discuss [01:00] Microsoft Ignite and give you a recap [09:00] of the foundation session at the event. Brad then shows Azure Active Directory Identity Protection [15:00] and then what’s new in EMS [20:40] including demos of Conditional Access for Apps demo [21:12] and Conditional Access for Windows 10 [26:10]. Finally Brad takes us through the improvements coming in the Azure console which will soon home Microsoft Intune and all of EMS. [34:00] P.S. EndPoint Zone host, Simon May, spoke at IT/Dev Connections 2016. See what Simon shared during his sessions HERE. Looking for an awesome, no-nonsense technical conference for IT Pros, Devs, and DevOps? IT/Dev Connections kicks off in San Francisco in 2017!
Here’s one that I’m sure will burn through the thought wires pretty quickly given enough time. Windows 10 is changing how companies think about managing and servicing business PCs and devices – or at least it should be. There’s long been discussions about which tool, System Center Configuration Manager or Microsoft Intune, makes the most sense in various situations. And, it’s true that depending on the level and style of IT in the organization, either one can be structured to fit the environment. Obviously Configuration Manager is the beast product, providing the full range of manageability features, but there’s also something to be said about the lighter-weight Microsoft Intune which has steadily improved in feature and function. A new post by the Microsoft Intune team attempts to solve t...
Microsoft’s steady progress on its Cloud-based management product, Intune, has enabled the company to rattle-off new features in a lightning fashion. Intune is quickly becoming one of the industry’s true standards for device management and corporate data and privacy protection. Using identity management in its EMS product, users login to corporate resources and policies are used to managed data available to various applications. With the Intune App SDK, Microsoft today is announcing new data and app protection partnerships including: Acronis Adobe Box Citrix Foxit SAP Xamarin Full announcement: Expanding the Intune Application Ecosystem The full list of Intune partners is here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/server-cloud/products/microsoft-intune/partners.aspx
New Microsoft Intune features and enhancements will be released over the next week. Building on the Intune management capabilities for Windows 10 that were announced in May, this service update adds support for creating and deploying Windows 10 configuration policies and VPN profiles using new Windows 10-specific templates. Additionally, as detailed on the Active Directory team blog, you can now automatically enroll Windows 10 devices into Intune device management using Azure AD join.
By combining login, Azure AD Join and Intune MDM enrollment in one easy step, we’ve made it drop dead simple to bring devices into well managed state that complies with your corporate policies.
UserVoice.com is a popular feedback and suggestion service and it appears that it has worked so well for the Windows Insiders program and the many others (like Cortana and Xbox) that Microsoft is starting to push additional products to the feedback forums. The company has now created UserVoice forums specifically for System Center Configuration Manager and Intune… ConfigMgr Feedback Portal: http://configurationmanager.uservoice.com Intune Feedback Portal: https://microsoftintune.uservoice.com Prior to providing these options, Microsoft would require customers to submit feature suggestions and feedback using its Microsoft Connect web site. Microsoft will still be utilizing that resource, but only for submissions of bugs.