Intune

ConfigMgr/Intune: Ignite 2015 Sessions

Posted in CM2012ConfigMgrIntuneMSIgniteHere are the sessions of note for Ignite 2015 around Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune. Links to Channel9 to watch the recording are below. Managing Windows 10 with Microsoft Intune and System Center Configuration Manager Excited about the new Windows 10 features? We are as well! Join this session to learn about how Microsoft Intune […]

Microsoft Intune: Support for Windows 10

Posted in IntuneAt the Microsoft Ignite, it was announced that Microsoft Intune now supports the management of Windows 10. All existing Intune features for managing Windows 8.1/Windows Phone 8.1 will work for Windows 10, including: •Enrollment •Policies •Company resource access •Application management •Inventory •Reporting •Remote wipe Additionally, you can now create custom policies using OMA-URI to manage […]

Intune Wiki and FAQ

Collaborative WIKI made available on Intune, MDM, FAQ and more: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/28280.microsoft-intune-frequently-asked-questions-faq.aspxFiled under: Intune

How to install a Certificate Registration Point in SCCM 2012

In part 1 of this blog series, we planned our hierarchy, prepared our Server and Active Directory. In part 2, we installed and configured SQL in order to install SCCM. In part 3, we installed a stand-alone Primary site. In the next 16 parts, we will describe how to install the numerous Site Systems roles available in SCCM. Role installation order is not important, you can install roles independently of others. This part will describe how to install SCCM 2012 R2 Certificate Registration Point (CRP). Role Description Using SCCM and Intune, the CRP communicates with a server that runs the Network Device Enrollment Service (NDES) to provision device certificate requests. This is not a mandatory Site System but we recommend to install a CRP if you need to provision client certificates to your d...

New Intune features for Android

Interesting update: New Intune standalone (cloud only) features that will be made available as part of this update include: Management of Office mobile apps (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) for Android tablets. (Management of Office Mobile app for Android phones made … Continue reading →

Microsoft Intune: New Intune Features Coming Next Week

Posted in IntuneSome new Intune features coming next week. Here is the list: New Intune standalone (cloud only) features that will be made available as part of this update include: Management of Office mobile apps (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) for Android tablets. (Management of Office Mobile app for Android phones made available in February 2015) Ability to […]

7 Tips for Mobile Device Management

By Garth Jones Thank you to everyone who attended the recent MVP Cloud Roadshow which was organized by the Ottawa Windows Server User Group. I had a great time talking about the 7 tips I recommend for mobile device management with Exchange Connector, Intune (hybrid) and Configuration Manager. As promised, here is a link to my presentation: http://www.enhansoft.com/downloads/PPT/7tipsforMDM.zip. In addition to my presentation, I would also recommend that you follow the blogs of other ConfigMgr MVPs as most will discuss Intune and ConfigMgr. For a complete list, you should reference the System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Survival Guide. Here are some additional twitter accounts that I suggest you follow: Jeff Gilbert, https://twitter.com/JeffGilb Gerry Hampson, https://twitter.com/Gerr...

Microsoft Intune: Certificates for Microsoft Intune

Posted in IntuneExcellent post by fellow MVP Jason Sandys. When certs are needed or not needed can be quite confusing and Jason has done a nice job of explaining the topic. Read his full post here. Certificates needed for using Intune and managing devices can be a very confusing topic whether in a hybrid or standalone configuration. […]

Certificates for Microsoft Intune

Certificates needed for using Intune and managing devices can be a very confusing topic whether in a hybrid or standalone configuration. If you are unfamiliar with the difference between hybrid and standalone, check out my previous post on this: Comparing the Two Modes of Microsoft Intune. To start with, in reality, Intune itself requires no certificates […] The post Certificates for Microsoft Intune appeared first on ConfigMgrFTW!.

Microsoft Intune: Conditional Access Now Available for Hybrid

Posted in CM2012ConfigMgrIntuneSCCMIn December, Microsoft Intune got a new feature that allowed for conditional access to email.  Until now this feature was only available in the cloud solution, not in hybrid (Configuration Manager + Intune). This feature allows for restriction to Exchange Activesync (EAS) or Exchange Online to only those users who have enrolled their devices. You […]

Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite Webinar Series

Posted in EMSIntuneHere is a very big and extensive list of the upcoming webinar’s focused around the Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS): Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite Webinar Series How Do I protect my data wherever it goes? An analyst view of EMM trends Extend your existing Active Directory to the cloud Cloud Suites explained: EMS and ECS Configure […]

Microsoft Intune: March 2015 Updates

Posted in EMSIntuneAs part of our monthly release cadence, we will be making available the next service update for Microsoft Intune between March 4, 2015 and March 7, 2015. New Intune standalone (cloud only) features that will be released as part of this service update include: Ability to streamline the enrollment of iOS devices purchased directly from […]