In the earlier posts in this series we covered Windows 10 Business, Azure Active Directory and Windows AutoPilot, and now we move over to the deployment of Office 365 Business. In the last post on Windows AutoPilot we saw that this gets installed automatically as part of the Azure Active Domain Join and autoenrollment into Intune, and today we’ll take a look at enabling this deployment, as well as what is going on behind the scenes with Intune. From the
Following up from the last post on Inspire’s Microsoft 365 session recordings, this post includes the links to the recorded sessions for Enterprise Mobility + Security as well as some of the standalone components. I had a chance to see a couple of these in person, including the sessions by @vladpetrosyan and @markmorow and had a chance to catch up with some of the other presenters in the expo hall between sessions. CE400 How to take your security practice to the next
Over the last couple of months we’ve seen different ways of deploying Microsoft Office 365 Pro Plus to Windows 10 PCs, first up we saw the option inside of Intune for Education, and then last week at Inspire we saw how this works from the Office 365 portal in Microsoft 365 Business. For those who aren’t using either of those options, but still want an incredibly easy way to deploy Office 365 Pro Plus and Office 365 Business. First of all,
One of the Intune tenants I managed received the following via email today, a huge step to encourage people to start using the new Intune on Azure experience. Of course the first thing I checked was whether the blades still said “Preview”, because I didn’t read the full text of the message, so I had to go back and check it again, where it explains “We will remove the “Preview” tag once we meet our engineering bar for the new Intune
Earlier today I posted about the new features for Intune in the Azure Portal, and below are the general updates for the month. There are updates across MyApps, Managed Browser, Company Portal and Windows 10 Bulk Enrollment amongst others. New capabilities MyApps available for Managed Browser Microsoft MyApps now have better support within the Managed Browser. Managed Browser users who are not targeted for management will be brought directly to the MyApps service, where they can access their admin-provisioned
A new video has been added to the Microsoft Mechanics channel on YouTube for Updates to Microsoft Intune on Microsoft Azure. It includes demonstrations of Role Based Access Controls, tighter integration with Azure Active Directory Groups; reporting and automation capabilities leveraging the Microsoft Graph API and more.
Over the last few weeks I’ve been talking to quite a few people who have started using the Intune preview in the Azure Portal for more of their day to day management tasks, and it’s always interesting to hear the things that most people are excited about. For a while the typical response was “No more Silverlight”, but over time this has changed as people are seeing more functionality light up, as well as new functionality that is being rolled
This month the Intune preview in Azure gets additional capabilities, including iOS Lost Mode, Device Actions, custom app categories and LOB app assignment to unenrolled devices, along with new compliance reports. Support for iOS Lost Mode For iOS 9.3 and later devices, Intune added support for Lost Mode. You can now lock down a device to prevent all use and display a message and contact phone number of the device lock screen. The end user will not be able to
Another month, another round of updates for Intune, including an updated Company Portal app for Android, non-managed devices accessing assigned apps and an app signing script for Windows 10 Company Portal. Full details below from docs. New Capabilities New user experience for the Company Portal app for Android The Company Portal app for Android will be updating its user interface for a more modern look and feel, and better user experience. The notable updates are: Colors: Company Portal tab headers are
Just a minor update to the March 2017 Intune App Protection list for standalone MAM support – Microsoft Teams for iOS was added, as seen below in the screenshot.