This is an update to an older article I wrote back in 2019 on how to Rename a device with Powershell and Graph ( https://timmyit.com/2019/05/21/intune-rename-ios-devices-with-intune-powershell-sdk/ ). Whats changed since 2019 is the powershell module and the deprecation of the AzureAD module that was used for authentication. From now on we
About 2 weeks ago Microsoft deployed the service release 2302 for Intune and with that there was a great UI update for Filters which has been a happy surprise. Filters was first released 2 years ago and have since then got a few updates a long the way. If you
Two weeks Microsoft announced a new existing feature in Endpoint Manager. Filters is a new feature that will give IT admins the capability to create filters and apply those filters to policies and apps to determine which kind of devices should apply that policy or app, you can read more
One of the recent great features that currently is in preview is the Endpoint Analytics which you can use together with Intune or ConfigMgr (ConfigMgr needs to be Cloud attached) which gives you data onthe performance of your devices and much more. For more information about Endpoint Analytics can be
During MMS JAZZ Edition in New Orleans a couple of weeks ago me and the amazing Sandy Zeng did a presentation on using the Intune Powershell SDK and in this demo packed session we showed off a script that were able to find assigned policies and apps from AAD groups.
When browsing twitter a lovely Sunday morning I came a cross a tweet that caught my attention where it was reported that changing the requirements on an already created Win32 app In Intune wasn’t working as expected. And since procrastination is one of my biggest strengths I thought I would