Intune Managed Browser (MAM) with Azure AD Application Proxy and Conditional Access

Recently Microsoft enhanced the Intune Managed Browser experience with Mobile Application Management (MAM) and app-based Conditional Access (CA) a lot. It is integrated into the Conditional Access story as an approved app and supports the Azure AD Application Proxy very well now.   What does this allow us to do now? We are now able … Continue reading “Intune Managed Browser (MAM) with Azure AD Application Proxy and Conditional Access”

Blogger for SCConfigMgr.com

Recently I got the opportunity to join the team of awesome bloggers at SCConfigMgr.com. I’m  really honored as the team is really great, in fact they are highly respected in the community 🙂 and it’s a real pleasure for me to join the team. I’ve written my first blog post there about WinPE and wireless support, … Continue reading “Blogger for SCConfigMgr.com”

Process automation for Intune and Azure AD with Azure Automation

Cloud managed environments benefit from the idea of software as a service, you don’t have to think about upgrading or maintenance of the infrastructure itself. But often we need to automate the tools itself. A very good example here is when an employee quits his job, than we need to trigger a lot of processes … Continue reading “Process automation for Intune and Azure AD with Azure Automation”

Use Delivery Optimization with DHCP Option on Pre-Windows 10 version 1803

The new Windows 10 Peer 2 Peer feature Delivery Optimization was enhanced by the setting to query DHCP option ID 234 to get a Group ID (DOGroupIdSource). It was implemented into the latest Windows 10 version 1803 based on my feedback. I’m a little proud that the idea was well received and my product feedback … Continue reading “Use Delivery Optimization with DHCP Option on Pre-Windows 10 version 1803”

Part 2, Deep dive Microsoft Intune Management Extension – PowerShell Scripts

Because of the popularity of my first blog post Deep dive Microsoft Intune Management Extension – PowerShell Scripts, I’ve decided to write a second post regarding Intune Management Extension to further explain some architecture behind this feature and upcoming question from the community. A deeper understanding helps to successful troubleshoot the feature. Table of content for … Continue reading “Part 2, Deep dive Microsoft Intune Management Extension – PowerShell Scripts”