Tip: Capturing Devices to Manage in Intune Using Azure AD Connect

Working with customers who are starting their migration for identity and administration from on-premises to Azure, I see a couple options in the installation and configuration of Azure AD Connect that get missed. Particularly, once Azure AD Connect is installed and on-premises accounts are synced with Azure, customers find that their Active Directory managed devices … Continue reading Tip: Capturing Devices to Manage in Intune Using Azure AD Connect

Intune Device Management – Removing Local Admins in Windows 10 Devices

Following up to the post on renaming windows 10 devices that are managed by Intune, another frequent requirement is remove the local user accounts from Administrators group. The AAD user account will be provisioned as Standard User and hence removing the local user accounts from Admin group is critical to secure the device from unauthorized … Continue reading Intune Device Management – Removing Local Admins in Windows 10 Devices

Intune Device Management – Renaming Windows 10 Devices

I have come across customers who auto enroll Azure AD domain joined Windows 10 devices in Intune and use the device management capabilities like enforcing compliance polices, configuring certificates, Wi-Fi, VPN, Endpoint and other profiles. These devices are remotely used, and IT team does not have much control. Most frequent ask is to rename the … Continue reading Intune Device Management – Renaming Windows 10 Devices

Intune/EMS enrollements (ADFS scenario)

Many of customers are facing problems on Intune enrollment with Android devices; it can be: Missing a certificate : you need to ensure that the all the certificate chain is installed on the ADFS proxy/servers (check it here : https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest) When enrolling in the company portal the authentication doesn’t work: Check the TLS version on the … Continue reading Intune/EMS enrollements (ADFS scenario)