Just drop you a quick line a new hotfix for Configuration Manager 2012 R2 is released which improves the process of getting policies applied to mobile devices. When a user … Continue Reading KB3002291: MDM settings are not applied to cloud-managed users in Configuration Manager 2012 R2
Most of you are problably aware of Microsoft (Windows) Intune extensions and using them briefly without any issue(s). New extensions becomes automatically available through the Microsoft Intune connector and new … Continue Reading Troubleshooting Microsoft (Windows) Intune Extensions
Today Microsoft announced they are renaming their mobile device cloud service Windows Intune to Microsoft Intune. Reason in mine opinion Microsoft is sorting to great new features and capabilities like … Continue Reading Microsoft rebrands Windows Intune to Microsoft Intune
Just drop you a quick line support for iOS 8 is now available for System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager! Support for iOS 8 on System Center 2012 R2 Configuration … Continue Reading iOS 8 Support for System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager
Perhaps you noticed yourself but customers are asking more often how secure Microsoft clouds services are(Microsoft Azure, Office365 & Windows Intune)? Valid questions like “What- and where my corporate data … Continue Reading How secure is Microsoft Intune? Keep calm and reassure your cloud security manager!
During a Windows Intune proof of concept (PoC) I was facing some issues configuring federation in order to enable Signle Sign On (SSO). Proxy Authentication When configuring federation we couldn’t … Continue Reading Troubleshooting: Federation for Windows Intune
As you probably know a prerequisite for implementing Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) based on Windows Server 2012 R2 is to have at least a Windows Server 2012 R2 … Continue Reading Deploy Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) 3.0 in a pre Windows Server 2012 R2 era
With raising the dust of TechEd 2014 North America we gained many new insights which all are in line with Microsoft’s “Mobile First – Cloud First” vision. Witnessed the presence … Continue Reading Excellerate your BYOD deployment with Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite!
In a nut shell: Windows Intune Extensions are new features which will be delivered by your Windows Intune Cloud Services (Windows Intune Connector) into your Configuration Manager site. What are Windows … Continue Reading A closer look at Windows Intune Extensions…what’s in it for me?
Make sure when updating your configuration settings of the federated domain for the on-premises Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) service these settings are updated to the Windows Azure Active … Continue Reading Windows Intune "Sorry, but we’re having trouble signing you in" error "80041317"
Microsoft anounced new update of Windows Intune Services; “Modern mobile devices should be managed from a cloud service”
Today Microsoft announced new enhancements of Windows Intune Service as per next week. These updates include: Ability for the administrator to configure email profiles, which can automatically configure the device … Continue Reading Microsoft anounced new update of Windows Intune Services; “Modern mobile devices should be managed from a cloud service”
As Microsoft announced on September 23rd updating their Windows Intune cloud service which will be available October 18th I thought it might be interesting having a closer look what is … Continue Reading Windows Intune Client – Behind the Scenes #SysCtr
Today Brad Anderson announced from now on that MMS will be merged with TechEd event. How come? The objective is simple: Provide attendees a better opportunity for knowledge gathering and … Continue Reading Better together…TechEd & MMS! #SysCtr
As you might know Microsoft has started upgrading the Windows Intune cloud service to the next version, Wave E which will be (GA) available on October 18th together with System … Continue Reading Overview of Settings Management in R2 & “Wave E”
Windows Intune Product Comparison vs. Mobile Device Management Market Leaders #sysctr #windowsintune
With the announcement of Configuration Manager 2012 R2 and Windows Intune (wave E) Microsoft offers a mature Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution which it emphatically (re)positions itself in the … Continue Reading Windows Intune Product Comparison vs. Mobile Device Management Market Leaders #sysctr #windowsintune
SneakPreview: “Microsoft is closing the gap for enterprise Mobile Device Management”. Product comparison shortly available…
Soon you can expect a product comparison of Microsoft Enterprise Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution based on the recent announced System Center 2012 Configuration Manager R2 and the 5th generation … Continue Reading SneakPreview: “Microsoft is closing the gap for enterprise Mobile Device Management”. Product comparison shortly available…