We have looked in this series of blogs at the architecture, how the integration needs to be configured, and we looked at the admin and end user experience. Next subject is how to enable support for Lookout for Work on iOS devices. (see links to earlier blogs at the bottom of this blog) It’s a […]READ MORE
Kindle version of Mastering System Center Configuration Manager available
After reviewing 2016 and looking forward to 2017 I noticed today that the Kindle version of my new book Mastering System Center Configuration is available now! What a good way to start 2017! 🙂 I wrote this book together with Brett Bennet and Santos Martinez, two Premier Field Engineers of Microsoft. The book is completely […]READ MORE
Action required: Check your Conditional Access policies!
Due to an incident (IT85607) while moving the Conditional Access policies from “Preview phase” to “general availability” in Azure Active Directory, the Conditional Access policies in Microsoft Intune might be disabled. Since the two are basically the same you need to check your Conditional Access policies are still configured correctly.READ MORE
Intune and Lookout: the admin experience
The fourth blog about the integration of Microsoft Intune and Lookout MTP we will have a look at the administrative side of things. We will have a look at what we are able to configure in relation to threats, we will have a look the devices that can be managed both in Lookout and how […]READ MORE
October update to Intune service coming up!
In the next couple of days the Microsoft Intune service will be updated. During this update, new Conditional Access features (restrict access to Exchange Online to the Outlook app, Conditional Access for Windows PCs), Android for Work support and the Lookout integration for iOS will be released. Also via the new Azure Portal we are […]READ MORE
Intune and Lookout: how to integrate?
In the last two blogs we looked at the global overview and the architecture of the solution. In this blog I want to go a bit deeper and have a look how to integrate the two services with each other. Like said, the Lookout service is currently hosted on Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Intune […]READ MORE
Intune and Lookout: the architecture of the integration
My last blog I dedicated to the availability of the integration of the Microsoft Intune and Lookout Mobile Threat Protection cloud services. So have this time have a look at the architecture of the integration, before writing about how to set everything up, the administrative and the end-user experience.READ MORE
Integration Microsoft Intune and Lookout Mobile Threat Protection is there
In June Microsoft and Lookout announced their partnership and bath also announced the integration of Microsoft Intune and Lookout Mobile Threat Protection. In the last couple of months I was able to test and implement this first release of the integration between those two products at my customer in close corporation with the engineers of Lookout […]READ MORE
Google is removing passcode reset for MDM vendors on Android 7.0 devices + workaround
Bad news for the users that are using Android devices and sometimes forget their passcode. Google is removing the ability for administrators and users to remotely reset the passcode of devices that are based on Android 7.0. When using earlier versions of Android users could reset their passcode via the Company Portal website and admins […]READ MORE
Today Microsoft released the 1606 update for System Center Configuration Manager. If you have ConfigMgr 1511 or 1602 installed in your environment you should be able to see the 1606 update soon in the Updates and Servicing node of your ConfigMgr console. After 1511 and 1602 Microsoft is again releasing a major update for ConfigMgr, […]READ MORE
During the July update of the Intune service some really nice new features will be released. Announced in the what’s new docs for July is the ability to enroll up to 15 devices per user, earlier this was 5 devices. Great for testing and great for people who are living the mobility world to the […]READ MORE
About Peter Daalmans
Also one of the founders and leads of the Windows Management User Group Netherlands.
Peter tries to speak every year on several events like TechDays Netherlands, ExpertsLive, IT/Dev Connections, BriForum, Midwest Management Summit and in 2013 Peter had the honor to speak at TechEd Australia and TechEd New Zealand. See more here.
Author of four books about Configurtion Manager and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility +Security