Yesterday I was triggered by a colleague of mine that administrators of services in Azure or Office 365 are automatically required to login via Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) when accessing the service in the future. When logging in to one of my tenants indeed a new conditional access policy listed in the conditional access blade of […]READ MORE
New in Intune location-based device compliance for Android
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
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
Intune Company Portal for Macos in preview
Microsoft released almost two weeks ago Conditional Access for Macos operating systems as part of Azure AD, which allows you to control that you only allow access from devices that are managed by Microsoft Intune and that are compliant. At the same time Microsoft released the preview of the Company Portal for the same device […]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
More Android Compliance rules arrived in Intune
In one of my tenants the new compliance rules for Android arrived last night. So as from now we are able to block users to access corporate data that have Android devices that have enabled USB Debugging, enabled the installation of apps from Unknown Sources and when users have disabled the option “Scan device for […]READ MORE
How to force the usage of Managed Browser via AD FS
After the last blog about conditional access of Outlook Web App and SharePoint Online is forcing that the Managed Browser is used when accessing the service. This last part can be done via Active Directory Federation Service (AD FS). With AD FS you are able to allow or block access based on attributes of the […]READ MORE
Conditional Access for OWA and SharePoint web access arrive to Intune
The last couple of weeks I had the privilege to test a feature that has just has been announced today to be released to Microsoft Intune . Conditional access to Outlook Web App and SharePoint Online web access for mobile devices. (CA for web services like OWA and SharePoint for Windows (mobile and PC) is coming […]READ MORE
Conditional Access for Skype for Business Online also in Intune available
Exciting times in the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite space! Microsoft switched the support for Conditional Access for Skype for Business on. Earlier this year the MAM enabled Skype for Business Apps were released so as from now we have a complete story around securing Skype for Business on mobile devices. Conditional Access for Skype for […]READ MORE
Managing Mobile devices? Be sure to be in control!
The mobility space is an area that is moving fast, almost every day new products, new features or complete new versions of Operating Systems are released. As a mobile device Administrator it is your job to secure the mobile devices and the corporate data on it, but also when you are like me being part […]READ MORE
Conditional Access based on OS versions available in Intune
A feature that was / is high on our wish list is the ability to block older OS versions. As from today this is publicly available in Intune. Like in Configuration Manager you are able to configure minimum and maximum versions of operating systems. This way you are able to control exactly what kind of […]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, 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