Get back your Intune Win32 App Requirement and Detection Scripts

It looks like getting back all the script content in Intune is of high interest ๐Ÿ˜‰, soon after I published how to get back your Proactive Remediation Scripts, I got another request for the Intune Win32 Application scripts (Detection and Requirement scripts). So here we go, another small script to get back all the Win32…

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Get back your Intune Proactive Remediation Scripts

One of my blog readers kindly asked if I can provide a similar script like the one downloading all Intune PowerShell scripts for the Proactive Remediation Scripts. I’m happy to provide a modified version of my script to do exactly this. It uses the same technique as I used in my old script. There are…

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Deploy an Intune application with user device affinity

Today I’m going to show how we can achieve user device affinity with Intune application deployment as known from ConfigMgr. When we are going to deploy applications to users, we are independent of the user’s devices. The application belongs to a user and it can be installed or it gets automatically installed on all his…

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IME debugging and Intune Win32 App decoding – Part 2

Three years ago, I coded a small utility to decode Intune Win32 Apps and wrote a blog post about it – How to decode Intune Win32 App Packages. In addition to the small Decoder utility, I wrote a short PowerShell script to parse the Intune Management Extension (IME) log file to extract the necessary decryption…

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Set preference for a suitable wallpaper with Intune

If you deliver a concept of a modern managed Windows 10 desktop managed with Intune, you take care of security settings and necessary Windows configurations. One part of the important configurations, beside security settings, are the small corporate identity things like corporate logon screen or corporate wallpaper. I’m totally okay with the option in Intune…

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Working with Hyper-V VMs in an Intune Lab environment

As a lot of my blog readers probably know :-), I’m working a lot with Microsoft Endpoint Manager – Intune and testing a lot of things in the Modern Management approach with Windows 10. It is absolutely necessary to have a good lab setup to test all these new features in a save way. For…

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Triggering Intune Management Extension (IME) Sync

During some recent automations I got the question about triggering Intune Management Extension (IME) somehow. The typical action I take in my lab environment is to restart the IME service: Of course this will re-initialize everything and also start a new Sync, but I thought there must also be a way to accomplish the Sync…

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Enhance Intune Management Extension (IME) Logging

Everyone working with Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) and using the Intune Management Extension (IME) has seen these log files: Here we find all relevant information about the processing of the Intune Windows Agent. We get deeper understanding what the agent is actually doing and it is the location to start troubleshooting Intune related error regarding…

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PowerShell Helpers to convert Azure AD Object IDs and SIDs

If you work with Azure AD and especially in my case with Intune and Azure AD you have probably seen Object IDs in the Azure AD portal on the user objects, group objects, or in the Intune log files. Here a portal screenshot of a demo user: Here a screenshot of the Intune Management Extension…

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How to completely change Windows 10 language with Intune

In this article we dive into a way to completely switch the language of Windows 10 in a scripted way with the help of Intune and without the need for explicit language cab files. The new language setting will include the Welcome screen and New user defaults as well. This approach is beneficial for further…

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Get back your Intune PowerShell Scripts

In this very short post I will show how you get your uploaded Intune PowerShell scripts again. If you work with Intune and especially with Intune PowerShell scripts to configure Windows 10 devices you probably looked at this dialog and wondered why you are not able to edit or download your already uploaded script again.…

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Cleanup Windows Autopilot registrations

How to cleanup Windows Autopilot device registrations via PowerShell script and Microsoft Graph.

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