Category Archives: Intune

Microsoft Intune in the Azure Portal

This post is mainly screenshots of what the Intune preview in the Azure Portal looks like, along with a few comments where appropriate. Since I started working with Intune in early 2011, when it was Windows Intune, and only a cloud based PC management solution, the Silverlight requirement has always been an issue for some, but we can see that progress is definitely being made to reduce the number of portals required for managing Enterprise Mobility + Security, and bringing

Microsoft Intune December 2016 Updates

Another month, another round of Intune updates. The biggest announcement of the month is the public preview of the new Intune admin experience in the Azure Portal which is showing up now. There have also been updates to multi-factor authentication and new device enrolment restrictions. Read below for more details. Public preview of the new Intune admin experience on Azure In early calendar year 2017, we will be migrating our full admin experience onto Azure, allowing for powerful and integrated

Updated Intune MAM With And Without MDM App List December 2016

Last month I created the table in this post to highlight the mobile apps that are MAM and MDM enabled with Intune, and this month there are some updates. Let’s start with the Android piece. Android MAM only apps available through the portal last month gave us 11 apps. This month you can see the new additions – Dynamics CRM and SharePoint. iOS MAM apps available through the portal – no updates this month. Below is the updated table, based

Intune MAM Exchange Online Conditional Access Now In Azure Portal

In a recent blog post New in Intune: More conditional access, App SDK updates, and Android for Work! the Intune team announced additional conditional access capabilities, including the ability to restrict access to Exchange Online to certain clients for MAM only scenarios. Here is what they posted… Conditional access is one of the signature experiences from Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security, bringing together the power of Intune and Azure Active Directory Premium to allow you to define policies that provide

EMS Partner Training Events Coming Q1 2017

This year’s EMS training courses have all been booked out, but the long waiting lists for Sydney and Melbourne mean that we have some additional dates for next year to share. Make sure you reach out to the Microsoft Australia readiness team via the contact details below to register your interest and secure a seat. Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS)   Enterprise Mobility + Security Type: Technical (L300) Audience: Partners with existing competencies around devices and deployment, access and identity,

Microsoft Intune November 2016 Updates

Another month, another round of feature updates for Intune. This month’s updates include news on enhanced Cordova and Xamarin support for MAM without enrollment. If you need a refresher on what’s currently available for MAM without MDM, take a look at the table here. Over the last few months we’ve seen new tenants moving from traditional Intune groups over to AAD groups, a huge improvement, but one that also requires some planning for those who have been using Intune since

Microsoft Intune October 2016 Updates

As is usually the case, there are a few new features in October, including updates to Conditional Access, Android for Work support, Lookout integration, Android fingerprint reader support and more. One of the things that you do need to be aware of is that newly provisioned tenants that leverage the updated grouping and targeting features for the Android for Work features. What’s new Conditional access for mobile application management You will be able to restrict access to Exchange Online so

Intune MAM With And Without MDM App List

Recently while discussing MAM with and without MDM with Microsoft Intune I mentioned that there was a page that gave the list of apps that supported the different options, which you can find here. Unfortunately it doesn’t give a table view of what options you have for the different apps, so I have created that table at the bottom of the page. If you haven’t seen the MAM settings in the Azure Portal, here are a couple of screenshots for

Plan for Change: New Grouping and Targeting Experience Coming to Intune

Based on your feedback to have one grouping and targeting experience across Enterprise Mobility + Security, Microsoft is converting Intune Groups to Azure Active Directory (Azure AD)-based Security Groups. This new unified group management experience will keep you from having to duplicate groups between services, introduces dynamic grouping for Intune device properties, and provides extensibility using PowerShell and Microsoft Graph. How does this affect you? A preliminary timeline and a high-level list of what to expect follows. While Microsoft knows

Windows Store For Business Resources

Recently I’ve been involved in a series of events that have included content on Windows Store For Business, and there are some useful resources that I point people back to which are worth sharing here. If you are using Intune standalone or as part of the Enterprise Mobility Suite, take a look at these two blog posts to begin with. Silently push the Microsoft Intune Company Portal to Azure AD Joined Windows 10 devices Block Windows 10 Public Store using


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