One feature that was requested for a really long time by many of my customers was the ability to control access to portal.office.com. Until now this was a big miss since users could open this portal regardless of your conditional access policies created for your other Office 365 services. Off course the services accessible via […]READ MORE
Office 365 Portal, and more now controllable by Azure AD Conditional Access
First of all I want to wish all of you, and your family and loved ones an healthy and happy 2020! That like always your whishes may come true! This new year will be a year full of new challenges, new ideas and a lot of work to do in the community. Like every year […]READ MORE
Better not use Adobe Acrobat Reader for iOS and Android yet! – updated
This week I was testing the new Acrobat Reader for iOS and Android on devices where we use App Protection policies to protect the corporate data of my customer. Great to see that Adobe embraced Microsoft Intune so that the Acrobat Reader can be used to read and annotate corporate PDFs when you don’t have […]READ MORE
Enterprise Mobility Tips Episode #006
Recently another pretty cool feature has been added to Microsoft Intune. Now you are able to pre-configure the Outlook app so that for instance the users go not have to enable the Contacts Sync anymore themselves. Besides some general configuration options like, the contact sync, focused inbox, notifications, external recipient mail tips, external images and […]READ MORE
Today I am sharing a quick tip about a feature I requested via UserVoice back in 2015. One of my customers wanted to be able to send or push custom notifications to devices that are managed with Microsoft Intune. In the past 4 years the Intune Product reviewed and planned the feature before releasing it […]READ MORE
Back in October I wrote a blog about Conditional Access, Exchange Online and session controls. With Conditional Access in Azure AD you are able to “make” Outlook on the web (aka OWA) selectively read only or block access to attachments. In this video we will look unrestricted access to Outlook on the Web, Read Only […]READ MORE
Back in November I wrote a blog about using the by then Preview feature Win32 app. With Win32 app deployment you are able to deploy and install more complex Windows apps to Windows 10 devices. Since I wrote a couple of blogs about how to cope with the Citrix Receiver which is an executable that […]READ MORE
As I already have mentioned during the first episode of the Enterprise Mobility Tips I have another short video ready where I will be showing a new preview feature of Azure AD. This new feature is all about securing and protecting the MFA registration service. This short video will show you how to enable the […]READ MORE
As from now on I will try to share regularly tips and tricks via short videos on YouTube. Today I posted Episode #001 where I will show that you can use a portal from Microsoft to review your sign ins. Have a look for yourself https://mysignins.microsoft.com and make sure you subscribe to my new Enterprise […]READ MORE
Alert on unauthorized changes in Microsoft Intune via Log Analytics
In my last blog I showed you the new feature that allows you to send all audit events to Log Analytics. It is nice that all events are send to Log Analytics, but if you don’t do anything with it, it is useless. When managing and working with cloud services like Microsoft Intune you want […]READ MORE
Log analytics (SIEM) integration with Intune available.
Some companies are requesting for a long time some integration with Software Information and Event Management (SIEM) software. While delivering an Intune/Azure AD class a new node popped up in the consoles. Under Monitoring in the Intune blade of portal.azure.com a new option Diagnostic Settings appeared. In this option you are able to configure that […]READ MORE
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About Peter Daalmans
Peter tries to speak every year on several events like TechDays Netherlands, ExpertsLive, IT/Dev Connections, BriForum, Midwest Management Summit, TechEd Australia, TechEd New Zealand and in 2017 Peter had the honor to speak at Microsoft Ignite. See more here.
Author of four books about Configurtion Manager and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility +Security