All posts tagged Application Management

companyportalTroubleshooting of MDM and the managed apps on all the different devices is always a bit hard.

Since a while Microsoft is making this a bit easier by including the logs of the managed apps via the Company Portal in Android, a quick troubleshooting tip.

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ibiza01Earlier this month Microsoft announced the new Microsoft Intune functionality that have been released earlier this week. One of the new features is the ability to manage Mobile Application Management Policies from the new Azure Portal.

With the MAM policies you are able to prevent data leakage from the corporate apps that are managed but for now only for Apps that are managed without being enrolled in to Microsoft Intune. The MAM policies / Intune node in the Azure portal are currently in preview.

A quick sneak preview.

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msemsWhat to do when you are suffering from a jetlag after a great MVP Summit and MMS? Write a blog about a major update to Microsoft Intune that is arriving in a couple of weeks from now. Yesterday Brad Anderson and Dilip Radhakrishnan announced some major updates to Mobile Application Management in Intune. Microsoft announced that the some of the major software vendor embraced Intune and are making their apps manageable by Microsoft Intune, also some other Microsoft apps are added this week.

See a complete list of the apps here.

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WP_20151031_17_16_49_ProIn my blog of a couple of weeks ago I wrote to you that ConfigMgr is alive and kicking and ready for the future, and so it is! The first week of November we were as Enterprise Mobility MVP’s invited at the MVP Summit to attend 4,5 days full of System Center Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune content.

Unfortunately for you most of it was NDA and we are not allowed to talk about it. Except for one part, we were able to be part of a real hackaton with the Configuration Manager product group!

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outlookWhat the Enterprise Mobility Suite solution of Microsoft unique makes, is the Office suite which is available for iOS and Android. (and later this year on Windows 10 Mobile) One of the apps of the suite is the Outlook app. This app on iOS and Android can be managed via the Mobile Application Management policies in Microsoft Intune to control data leakage. When you want to prevent data leakage you may want to force the users to use the Outlook app instead of the native mail and calendar apps on iOS and Android.

This can be done, let’s see how.

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emsappsettings01Since this week Microsoft Intune supports Mobile App Configuration Policies which allows you to configure settings in an application that you are deploying via Microsoft Intune. The must be enabled to support App Configuration via MDM but does not have to be the Intune SDK integrated.

On this page you see the MAM enabled apps for Intune, on the same page I will also create references to apps that support Mobile App Configuration soon!

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Console extendedCurrently more and more applications in the Apple and Google Play stores become manageable via Microsoft Intune.

For instance, when you have the Microsoft Office mobile apps available in Microsoft Intune for a while you may want to use the Mobile Application Management policies to control what the users are able to do with the corporate data in the apps. Currently, if you do nothing the app currently stay unmanaged.

So let’s see what you can do in both Intune and Configuration Manager.

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msemsToday I placed a section on my blog where I will be keeping track on all (free) Store Apps that are supporting the Mobile Application Management Policies in Microsoft Intune and Configuration Manager 2012 R2 SP1.

Have a look here, and please let me know if you know other apps that are not yet listed! Let’s make a nice collection of apps together!

Till later!

 

mam-sccm-00A couple of months ago I wrote a series of blogs about the Mobile Application Management Policies in Microsoft Intune. With the release of Configuration Manager 2012 R2 SP1 lot’s of new features arrived in Configuration Manager.

Both Microsoft Intune and Configuration Manager 2012 have the same Mobile Device Management features now. More on the new features in later blogs, today I want to focus on the Mobile Application Management Policies in Configuration Manager 2012 R2 SP1.

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BLOG-1000070One of the many many new features of Microsoft Intune releases the last couple of months is the Intune App-Layer protection. In short, with Intune App-layer protection you are able to protect your corporate data with managed apps, in other words Mobile Application Management support is added to Microsoft Intune. But how do we manage apps with Microsoft Intune and what is possible? Let’s have a look in the next couple of blogs at what it is, which flavors are available and how you are able to set it up.

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mac-os-x-parallels-80Last month Parallels released version 3 of the Parallels Mac Management for SCCM. Today we will have a look at the new features that are coming with this new release. If you want to see what I covered in the five earlier blogs, look here (1), here (2), here (3), here (4) and here (5) 🙂 See in this blog my highlights of the new version. When installing the plugin, the configuration wizard will help you setting it up and a SQL database is created to store the configuration. Before installing the new version, the old 2.5 version needed to be uninstalled by hand but all objects in ConfigMgr are preserved and usable with the 3.0 version.

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