Released this week in Intune is location-based compliance. In other words, based on your location your device is marked as compliant or not, based on the location you get access to services in Azure or Office 365 or not. A location can be based on the following IPv4 variables; IPv4 Range (eg. 192.168.1.0/24) IPv4 Gateway […]READ MORE
Join me at ExpertsLive Netherlands and/or Techmentor
Besides the conferences during the last couple of weeks, the following confirmed events are currently in the schedule. ExpertsLive Netherlands! In less than three weeks, on the 19th of June, ExpertsLive Netherlands will be held in the CineMec in Ede, during this event I will be presenting two sessions. Transition to Modern Windows Management with […]READ MORE
MMSMOA and Techorama what an awesome experience!
Very busy times lately, not only private, but also businesswise and in the community. A lot of speaking and session preparations are done, unfortunately less blogging at the moment but I have some nice subjects in my mind to write blogs on.. 😊 (if you want me to blog about something, please let me know […]READ MORE
Couple of things to look at when using Office 365 MDM and full Intune MDM together
A couple of weeks ago I had a customer already using the lightweight MDM solution in Office 365, which is built on Microsoft Intune. The lightweight MDM is part of many Office 365 subscriptions and it allows you to control a bit more settings than you can for instance with Exchange ActiveSync Access Policies, for […]READ MORE
Tune your Microsoft Intune device compliance behavior
Last year Microsoft was planning to mark devices that were not evaluated by a compliance policy as non-compliant. The default behavior is that if a device is not evaluated by a compliance policy that it is being marked as compliant and therefor the user has access to services controlled by Conditional Access in Azure AD, […]READ MORE
Device type and limit (enrollment) restrictions can now be assigned to groups
Today I noticed in a couple of Intune tenants that Microsoft is now supporting group-assigned enrollment restriction, with that you are also able to prioritize the restrictions. With this change Microsoft Intune now also supports the ability to not only allow or disallow Android but also allow or disallow Android for Work (Android Enterprise) as […]READ MORE
Jamf Pro and Microsoft EMS better together – macOS devices – part 3
Now that we have configured the connection between EMS and Jamf Pro we need to make sure that the macOS devices can also be registered to Azure AD. To be able to complete the scenario we need to do the following; configure compliance policies deploy the company portal app with Jamf Pro create a Jamf […]READ MORE
Jamf Pro and Microsoft EMS better together – configuration – part 2
In my last blog I introduced the new Jamf Pro integration with Microsoft EMS. In this blog I would like to dive into the configuration of the integration and show you the experience. Setting it up is pretty straightforward and easy. To be able to integrate the two services, we need to: configure an Azure […]READ MORE
Jamf Pro and Microsoft EMS better together – part 1
When it comes to managing Macs, Jamf Pro is currently the number one product to be used in this space when you want to fully control and manage those fruity macOS devices via the MDM channel. Just before Jamf Nation User Conference (JNUC) back in September Microsoft and Jamf announced the upcoming partnership, at JNUC […]READ MORE
Happy New (Enterprise Mobility / ConfigMgr) Year!
Normally I kick off the year on January first with this blog, but due to a fever where I have ended 2017 and started 2018 with, I had to wait. 🙁 Like every year I would like to wish you and your family a healthy and successful 2018! I hope that all your and your […]READ MORE
How to use PowerShell to access Microsoft Intune via Microsoft Graph API?
In earlier blogs we have had an introduction to Microsoft Graph and what we can do with Microsoft Intune via the Microsoft Graph API. In this blog I want to add PowerShell to the story and show what we need to use PowerShell to access Microsoft Intune via the Microsoft Graph API. As you may […]READ MORE
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