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
There are a few different ways of getting Single Sign-on (SSO) with Windows Hello For Business (WHfB) up and running for Azure AD devices however in my opinion it has been very complex and the documentation from Microsoft have been hard to get my head around. There are so many
A while back I investigate if there was any possibility to lock down a Windows 10 or 11 device that gets provisioned with Autopilot and enrolled in to Azure AD and Intune to only allow the user who enrolled the device to be able to logon to that specific machine.
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.
One of the great new-ish features if not the greatest feature is the option to import the Intune Powershell SDK module in Azure Automation. This features has been requested for a long time and its finally here 😀 YAY ! Previously you had to do a lot of tinkering and