This week I added a Microsoft Intune license to an existing Office 365 tenant. On this Office 365 tenant the Intune Mobile Device Management features in Office 365 were enabled and configured. After adding the Microsoft Intune license I looked at starting to configure the service and set the Mobile Device Management Authority.READ MORE
Intune MDM in Office 365 provisioned, but no Mobile Devices node visible..
Like mentioned earlier Microsoft is in the process of rolling out (basic) Intune Mobile Device Management and Mobile Application Management support in Office 365. In an earlier blog I quickly showed what happens if your tenant is also enrolled into Microsoft Intune. After the MDM functionality are provisioned in your tenant you should see the […]READ MORE
Last month Microsoft announced that build-in MDM features, powered by Microsoft Intune became general available in Office 365. After waiting for Mobile Device Management to be provisioned for a couple of days/weeks, my tenant was finally provisioned last night. Looking in the Mobile Devices node learned me that since I also have licenses for Microsoft Intune […]READ MORE
Custom MDM RBA Roles for Configuration Manager 2012 R2
Together with some customers of mine we are testing and implementing Microsoft Intune connected with Configuration Manager 2012 R2 (hybrid scenario). Regardless of the fact the Configuration Manager 2012 R2 is managed by the Configuration Manager admins they want to be able to give certain employees (admins) of their company only permissions to manage only […]READ MORE
How to force the usage of the Managed Browser with Microsoft Intune
In my last blog I pointed out the Microsoft Intune Managed Browser, this is pretty cool. But only if users are forced to use this managed browser instead of any other browser that can be installed. What we can do is the following, disabling the Allow web browser option and optionally the Allow Application store […]READ MORE
Microsoft Intune Managed Browser now available in the iOS store
We have waited for a long time before that the Microsoft Intune Managed Browser was released for iOS, apparently Apple finally approved the application and it is now available in the iTunes app store. With the Microsoft Intune Managed Browser you are able to manage which websites can be browsed to via the managed browser […]READ MORE
Lot’s of new features are added soon to Microsoft Intune
Next week Microsoft will be updating the Microsoft Intune service again, as announced yesterday by the Microsoft Intune team. The update will be done between 20/04/2015 and 23/04/2015. New Intune standalone (cloud only) features that will be made available as part of this update include:READ MORE
Two sessions at IT/Dev Connections in September accepted
The Easter weekend ended very great after getting two sessions at IT/Dev Connections approved. IT/Dev Connections will be held like last year in the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas, the place where more than 1.500 IT Pros will be learning all about SQL, Exchange, Windows, System Center, Azure, Intune, EMS and more 🙂 The place to be […]READ MORE
Just a quick blog to let you know that currently the Microsoft Intune service is being updated. The new version is 5.0.5052.0. Keep track on the versions here. 🙂 Time to have weekend again, of course Conditional Access for Exchange on premise was already available in Microsoft Intune since December. Read more here. If I […]READ MORE
Objects appearing in Microsoft Intune in Hybrid scenario with ConfigMgr
While writing my last blog I realized myself that in Microsoft Intune, where the Mobile Device Management Authority has been set to Configuration Manager, objects of devices and users were also appearing in Microsoft Intune. Correct me if I am wrong, but earlier this was not the case. Let’s see why those objects are now also […]READ MORE
Conditional Access for Exchange Online via Configuration Manager and Intune
Yesterday announced and today a new Intune Extension for Configuration Manager 2012 R2 was available. The extension enables us to set up conditional access for customers using Exchange Online, you are able to restrict Exchange ActiveSync for users that have their devices enrolled. Let’s see how this works together with Exchange Online.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