Monthly Archives: March 2017

Update to Intune App Protection – Microsoft Teams On iOS Now Available

Just a minor update to the March 2017 Intune App Protection list for standalone MAM supportĀ – Microsoft Teams for iOS was added, as seen below in the screenshot.  

Blockers For Migrating Intune Tenants

Over the last few weeks I’ve had a few ad-hoc conversations around the requirements for making sure the transition to the new AAD groups and portal goes smoothly, and a post on the topic has just appeared over on the Intune Support blog. In the post they mention six things to clean up to ensure a faster, smoother transition. While the removal of the Silverlight requirement is a big improvement from a browser compatibility perspective, the consolidation of management portals

Upcoming Windows 10 Training Events

The Microsoft Australia Partner Readiness team have lined up two 3-day Windows 10 training events in Sydney and Perth for April 2017. Windows 10 Technical Series Training 4th – 6th April 2017 | 8:30am – 5:00pm, GMT+10:00 (Australia/Sydney) 10th – 12th April 2017 | 8:30am – 5:00pm, GMT+08:00 (Australia/Perth) Level: 300 Target Product: Windows Audience: technical Event Identification: AUWW176 Event Description: Building on deployment, management and security features first introduced with Windows 10 at release, this 3-day workshop, which includes

Updated MAM With And Without MDM App List March 2017 – Now With Microsoft Teams!

The new kid on the Office block is the new kid on the MAM without MDM block – Microsoft Teams. For the last three months or so iOS and Android have been neck and neck for the number of supported apps, but this month Android pulls ahead. Above – Pre-Microsoft Teams tally under Intune App Protection in Azure Portal. Above – No Intune App Protection yet for Microsoft Teams Above – What’s this? Something new for Android Above – Since

Windows 10 DynamicManagement CSP Information On MSDN

This week the MDM documentation for Windows 10 was updated to include information on the DynamicManagement CSP, which will allow devices to behave differently based on location, network or time. There are quite a few different scenarios for using this, including enabling additional security requirements, or alternatively focusing on costs by disabling cellular data when roaming. These policies are enforced even when the MDM service cannot be reached. The configuration service provider provides the following settings… DynamicManagement Notifications Enabled ActiveList

Refreshed version of Windows 10 Deployment And Management Kit Available

For those of you looking for an easy way to set up a Hyper-V based test environment for Windows 10 deployment scenarios, take a look at the updated version over on the TechNet Evaluation Center. The Windows 10 Deployment and Management Lab Kit provides you with a hands-on lab environment for evaluating the latest Microsoft products and tools available for managing your Windows 10 deployment. The kit includes: Lab environment The lab includes the latest evaluation versions of: Windows 10


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