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Azure Update Manager with Azure Policies

Applying security and other updates is an important part to keeping a healthy IT environment.  Azure has a couple of options to update Windows

How to Add an EXE App to Intune and Deploy to Windows

Applications come with a variety of installation types.  One common type is the Win32 .exe format.  The native .exe format is not an option

How to Add an MSI Application to Intune and Deploy to Windows

Organizations are no longer bound to a well-defined perimeter network.  Traditional tools used to deploy and manage applications do not work well for cloud-based

How to Configure Intune Clients with Configuration Profiles

In this video, we review using Intune Configuration Profiles with Windows clients.  We start by reviewing how they are different from Compliance Policies, then

Keep Windows Secure with Intune Compliance Policies

We can add devices with auto enrollment, or let our users enroll devices into Intune for mobile device management, but are they secure?  In

User-Initiated Intune Enrollment and Azure AD Join

As the workforce becomes mobile, we can’t rely on users working exclusively from company-owned devices accessible on an internal network.  Sometimes we must manage

Intune Auto Enrollment with Windows Group Policy

Windows 10 and Windows 11 clients must enroll into Intune before they are managed by Intune.  We can use Group Policy Objects in Windows

Intune Licensing as of 7/8/2023

Intune requires licensing, but Microsoft licensing can sometimes be an enigma.  In addition, Microsoft licensing is constantly changing.  In this post and video, we
May 2024
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