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Alert on unauthorized changes in Microsoft Intune via Log Analytics

In my last blog I showed you the new feature that allows you to send all audit events to Log Analytics. It is nice that all events are send to Log Analytics, but if you don’t do anything with it, it is useless. When managing and working with cloud services like Microsoft Intune you want […]

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iOS 12.1 allows managed contacts to be written from managed apps to native contacts app

Since iOS 11.3 we had an issue when using Intune MDM and Outlook, managed via App Protection Policies (MAM) together. In this scenario the Outlook app was not allowed to write to contacts to the native iOS Contacts app since the data was considered corporate data when setting viewing corporate documents in unmanaged apps was […]

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Quick tip – App Config Made easier for Android apps

A quick tip this time, a couple of weeks ago working for my customer I noticed that the App Config configuration designer for Android is exposing configuration options that are available in the apps. Microsoft is supporting Appconfig already for a very long time, but now it is much easier to use it. After adding […]

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Deploying Citrix Receiver via native Win32 app support in Intune

Last year I wrote a blog about how to deploy the Citrix Receiver (which is now replaced by the Citrix Workspace app) via Intune. Like described in that blog, the executable consists of 10 MSIs that need to be installed on a Windows 10 device when you are not able to use the store app […]

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RBAC in Azure AD, Intune and scope tags explained

Microsoft Intune has a pretty good RBAC model to allow you to give permissions to users who need to be able to perform an administrative task or role within Intune. A role can be for instance a predefined role in Intune or a custom role. Before digging into the Intune roles, there are also Intune […]

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New in Intune location-based device compliance for Android

Released this week in Intune is location-based compliance. In other words, based on your location your device is marked as compliant or not, based on the location you get access to services in Azure or Office 365 or not. A location can be based on the following IPv4 variables; IPv4 Range (eg. 192.168.1.0/24) IPv4 Gateway […]

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Couple of things to look at when using Office 365 MDM and full Intune MDM together

A couple of weeks ago I had a customer already using the lightweight MDM solution in Office 365, which is built on Microsoft Intune. The lightweight MDM is part of many Office 365 subscriptions and it allows you to control a bit more settings than you can for instance with Exchange ActiveSync Access Policies, for […]

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Tune your Microsoft Intune device compliance behavior

Last year Microsoft was planning to mark devices that were not evaluated by a compliance policy as non-compliant. The default behavior is that if a device is not evaluated by a compliance policy that it is being marked as compliant and therefor the user has access to services controlled by Conditional Access in Azure AD, […]

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Device type and limit (enrollment) restrictions can now be assigned to groups

Today I noticed in a couple of Intune tenants that Microsoft is now supporting group-assigned enrollment restriction, with that you are also able to prioritize the restrictions. With this change Microsoft Intune now also supports the ability to not only allow or disallow Android but also allow or disallow Android for Work (Android Enterprise) as […]

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Jamf Pro and Microsoft EMS better together – macOS devices – part 3

Now that we have configured the connection between EMS and Jamf Pro we need to make sure that the macOS devices can also be registered to Azure AD. To be able to complete the scenario we need to do the following; configure compliance policies deploy the company portal app with Jamf Pro create a Jamf […]

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Jamf Pro and Microsoft EMS better together – configuration – part 2

In my last blog I introduced the new Jamf Pro integration with Microsoft EMS. In this blog I would like to dive into the configuration of the integration and show you the experience. Setting it up is pretty straightforward and easy. To be able to integrate the two services, we need to: configure an Azure […]

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About Peter Daalmans
Peter is a Principal Consultant, Trainer and Enterprise Mobility (Configuration Manager/Microsoft Intune/Enterprise Mobility Suite) MVP with Daalmans Consulting with a primary focus on the Enterprise Client Management and Enterprise Mobility. Writing blogs and sharing his knowlegde since 2010 on ConfigMgrBlog.com / PeterDaalmans.com.
Also one of the founders and leads of the Windows Management User Group Netherlands.

Peter tries to speak every year on several events like TechDays Netherlands, ExpertsLive, IT/Dev Connections, BriForum, Midwest Management Summit, TechEd Australia, TechEd New Zealand and in 2017 Peter had the honor to speak at Microsoft Ignite. See more here.

Author of four books about Configurtion Manager and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility +Security

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