In this blog post I’ll explain how to configure and enable Windows Hello Multifactor Device Unlock using Microsoft Intune. Windows Hello Multifactor Device Unlock provides multifactor device authentication for login or unlocking Windows 10 devices.
Last week Microsoft announced the public preview of Windows Defender ATP Windows 10 Fall Creator update. I’m quite excited – we’ll should – of the new capabilities which allows you to better protect your endpoints from threats.
I had the opportunity to work with this for a while and like to highlight my personal favorite feature – Security Analytics Dashboard. Why? It’s because this feature gives me insights of my current endpoint (Windows 10, Windows Server, Linux* & Mac OS*) security posture and what it takes to utilize the full potential.
For a complete overview of all Windows Defender ATP preview features please read the official announcement here. Continue reading “Improve your endpoint security /w Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection”
In case you missed it, Microsoft recently announced the Microsoft Intune Company Portal app for iOS will be updated. Why this might be important to you?
As Apple releases new versions of iOS, they release new functionality, so there is a lack of functionality available on older iOS versions. Ending support for these older versions and encouraging end users to upgrade leads to a better end-user experience and allows us to prioritize the release new functionality for customers. This adjustment to support iOS 8.0 and later brings the iOS Company Portal app into alignment with the version support of the Office apps and many other Microsoft (and non-Microsoft) apps
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.
UPDATE: Enterprise Data Protection is available again from Windows 10 Version 1511 rs1 builds if you want to test Enterprise Data Protection!
UPDATE: Stay on Windows 10 Version 1511 th2 build 10576 if you want to test Enterprise Data Protection!
In this blog I’ll cover a brand new Windows 10 feature, Enterprise Data Protection (EDP). The Microsoft Intune product team recently announced EDP policies as part of the Intune October service update. With this update you’re able to create and deploy configuration policies for Windows 10 enterprise data protection (EDP) settings, such as the list of apps that should be protected by EDP, enterprise network locations, protection level, and encryption using the new Windows 10 Enterprise data protection template.
In a series blog posts I will provide some guidance how EDP works and how to configure protected apps, Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune.
- Part 1 – Introduction: Enterprise Data Protection – Under the hood
- Part 2 – Retrieve Desktop & Universal Application Information with PowerShell
- Part 3 – Create & Deploy Enterprise Data Protection with System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch (1511)
- Part 4 – Create & Deploy Enterprise Data Protection with Microsoft Intune
- Part 5 – Enterprise Data Protection & Azure RMS better together
In this blog I’ll show you how to configure and apply EDP to your Windows 10 devices. Including some experiences from the field.
Over the next six weeks I’ll provide along with my colleagues Valerie Siroux and Arjan Vroege several webinars on Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite. If you want to know more about for instance Azure Active Directory Premium, Microsoft Intune, Azure Rights Management Services, you can not miss these webinars.
Learn more about EMS in 6 webinars
On the following dates will take place the Enterprise Mobility Suite webinars. Please note that these webinars are taught in English. Through the links below you can register free of charge.
Today the Microsoft Intune product team announced next set of Intune features that will be released between May 19 and May 26. With this monthly release cadence, Microsoft continue to focus on providing customers with best-in-class experiences that help keep users productive while protecting company’s sensitive data. You can expect to see the following new Intune standalone (cloud only) features in this release:
- Ability to extend application protection to your existing line-of-business apps using the Intune App Wrapping Tool for Android (Intune App Wrapping Tool for iOS made available in December 2014)
- Ability to assign help desk permissions to Intune admins, filtering their view of the Intune admin console to only provide access to perform remote tasks (e.g. passcode reset and remote lock)
- RSS feed notification option added for Intune admin to subscribe to be alerted when new Intune service notifications are available for their service instance
- Improved end user experience in the Intune Company Portal app for iOS with step-by-step guidance added on how to access corporate email by enrolling for management and validating device compliance
- Updated Intune Company Portal app for Windows Phone 8.1 to provide enhanced status notifications for app installations
- New custom policy template for managing new Windows 10 features using OMA-URI
- New per-platform mobile device security policy templates for Android, iOS, Windows, and Windows Phone, in addition to new Exchange ActiveSync policy template
- Ability to deploy Google Play store apps that are required/mandatory to install on Android devices
In case you want to play around and do some hands-on with Mobile Device Management in Office 365 but you couldn’t find it!
Thank you for contacting Microsoft Intune Technical Support. For questions or update on this Service Request, you may reply to this email thread or call the Microsoft Support number .
While Mobile Device Management (MDM) for Office 365 has been officially announced we are still in the process of rolling it out to Office 365 customers over the next 4 to 6 weeks (Starting from 3/30/2015). We don’t currently have exact dates for when it will be available for your subscription. Continue reading “Mobile Device Management not available in your Office 365 subscription!?”
Last weekend Rob Tiffany announced a fun but just as usefully 50 enterprise mobility tips twitter live stream. If you’re doubting how to address Enterprise Mobility in your company, these 50 pointers should give you a good start to feel comfortable and start embrace Enterprise Mobility.
I’ve tried hard to create my favorite top 5 Enterprise Mobility tips – but I didn’t make it…
Last week Microsoft updated their Intune cloud services with the April service update. This April service update (5.0.5118.0) introduces a lot of new features which were recently announced by the Microsoft Intune team. More details on this can be found here.
Most of you are familiar with the fact it can take up to 24-hours until the Intune extensions finally comes down in your Configuration Manager 2012 R2 instance. Initially there is no method for forcing the extensions to come down. Especially working with customers engagements (proof of concepts) it is very annoying to have to wait a day before you can enable these extensions.
The Microsoft Intune Product Team did a great job to speed up this process, which comes with the April update. The time it takes when Intune extensions comes down into your Configuration Manager 2012 R2 instance is significantly improved. By shorten the interval at the backend new tenants should be able to see extensions within 10 mins after connector role has been setup successfully. For the extensions published after installation, it is up to 6 hours.