Part 2 – Deploying Microsoft Intune Connector in an Enterprise world: troubleshooting

In a diptych I’m sharing my experiences, common practices and challenges of implementing Microsoft Intune PFX connector as certificate deployment mechanism in the enterprise.

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In my first blog post I covered the basics of implementing a certificate deployment infrastructure based on Microsoft Intune PFX connector. Explained the differences and considerations whether to choose SCEP or PFX as your certificate deployment solution. And explained the certificate issuing workflow. In this second post I’ll go in more detail of the anatomy of the Intune Certificate Connector, setup. Explaining the renewal and revocation process(flow) works. And lastly I give you some pointers where to start your journey, in case of troubleshooting certificate deployment issues.

Part 1 – Deploying Microsoft Intune Connector in an Enterprise world: common practices

Part 2 – Deploying Microsoft Intune Connector in an Enterprise world: troubleshooting

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Unlock your Windows 10 PC with your Windows Mobile Phone Sign-in App

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As Windows 10 expert you probably know there are many ways to log on to your Windows 10 device. Windows 10 already does a lot to spare you from typing in your password. Windows Hello and Microsoft Passport are technologies are part of the Windows 10 operating system and help mitigate threats from conventional credentials. With Phone Sign-in app (Beta) Microsoft releases a new way of logging on to your Windows 10 device.

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Part 4 – Create & Deploy Windows Information Protection with Microsoft Intune

In this blog series of Windows Information Protection (WIP) I will provide you some more insights what WIP is, how it works and how to create & deploy WIP policies by Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune.

In this 4th blog post I’ll outline how to create & deploy Windows Information Protection policies to Windows 10 devices by Microsoft Intune.

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Part 3 – Create & deploy Enterprise Data Protection using System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch

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In this blog series of Enterprise Data Protection (EDP) I will provide you some more insights what EDP is, how it works and how to create & deploy EDP policies by Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune.

In this 3rd blog post I’ll outline how to create & deploy Enterprise Data Protection policies by Configuration Manager Current Branch (1511) to Windows 10 devices.

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Part 2 – Define Privileged Desktop & Universal Applications for Enterprise Data Protection

My very first challenge – which was in my modest opinion the hardest part – with Enterprise Data Protection (EDP) was defining protected applications in a correct way. Many of you including myself were struggling how to define restricted applications.

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In a serie blog posts I will provide some guidance how EDP works and how to configure protected apps, Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune.

In this blog I’ll explain how you can retrieve the mandatory information required in order to define protected applications for your Enterprise Data Protection policies.

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Getting started with Windows Store for Business

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With the new Windows Store for Business, organizations can make volume purchases of Windows apps. The Store for Business provides app purchases based on organizational identity, flexible distribution options, and the ability to reclaim or re-use licenses. Organizations can also use the Store for Business to create a private store for their employees that includes apps from the Store, as well private Line-of-Business (LOB) apps or deploy purchased apps offline by Configuration Manager or Microsoft Intune.

Choose the best app store for the right scenario.

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