Microsoft released almost two weeks ago Conditional Access for Macos operating systems as part of Azure AD, which allows you to control that you only allow access from devices that are managed by Microsoft Intune and that are compliant. At the same time Microsoft released the preview of the Company Portal for the same device […]READ MORE
How to deploy the Citrix Receiver for Windows 10 via Microsoft Intune?
The Citrix Receiver for Windows is currently an executable that will install the Citrix Receiver with all components, since Microsoft Intune is not supporting to install an executable via MDM we can deploy MSI files to Windows 10 devices. If you ever installed the Citrix Receiver, you know this can be a challenge 😉 Working […]READ MORE
Speaking at Microsoft Ignite in Orlando
In little bit more than a month from now Microsoft Ignite will kick off in Orlando. This premier event of Microsoft will host more than 20000 IT Pro’s from around the world. During the five conference days more than 775 speakers will be covering more than 980 sessions. Together with fellow Enterprise Mobility MVP Niall […]READ MORE
Quick Intune tip: use device restrictions to get control!
Last year I wrote a blog on how to control what versions of operating systems you want to support via Microsoft Intune. So we can follow Microsoft on what Operating Systems they support with Intune, like Microsoft announced recently dropping support for Android 4.3 and lower and iOS version 8 and lower, or we are […]READ MORE
New Hybrid Features in Configuration Manager 1706
A Friday is not just a Friday for a Configuration Manager Consultant or Administrator. At least once or twice a month it can be one where we get some gifts from the Configuration Manager Product Team. Yesterday was again a day that a nice gift “was released”; Update 1706 for System Center Configuration Manager! You […]READ MORE
Intune support reminder for Windows Phone, iOS and Android
Two months ago, Microsoft announced that the minimum support level for Windows Phone, iOS and Android will be changed. So action is required if you have operating systems as described below. End of support for Android 4.3 and lower As from December all enrolled devices will be forced to retire from Microsoft Intune. The Company […]READ MORE
How to enroll the NDES Connector for Intune on Windows Server 2016
Configuring the NDES Connector for Microsoft Intune can be painful on a vanilla Windows Server 2016. After installing the NDES connector successfully you need to establish the connection with your Microsoft Intune tenant. While trying to sign in you end up in an endless loop, every time you end up with a new login. Since […]READ MORE
Block apps to use cellular data via Microsoft Intune
Today I noticed that some nice features were added to the device restriction profiles in the new Intune on Azure portal. As from now you are able to block managed apps from using cellular data via the iOS device restriction profiles. You can either block the usage for all cellular data or just if you […]READ MORE
Improved way of deploying Office 365 to Windows 10 via Microsoft Intune
Microsoft Intune has a new way of deploying Office 365 Pro Plus for Windows 10. A new option is available while adding Apps to Microsoft Intune. When going to Microsoft Intune in the new Azure Portal, you need to go to Mobile Apps > Apps and then click Add. In the App type you will […]READ MORE
Awesome resources to secure your Macs (a.o.) via Configuration Manager
Last MMS back in May I presented a sponsor session of Parallels together with Danny Knox from Parallels about securing Mac OS X devices with Configuration Manager and the Parallels Mac Management plugin for Configuration Manager. With the Parallels Mac Management (PMM) plugin you are able to deploy mobileconfig files to your Mac OS X […]READ MORE
Re-awarded as an Enterprise Mobility Microsoft MVP for the 6th time
In the last five years I was awarded the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award every first of April. Late 2016 Microsoft changed the Award cycle so that they are able to award every month exceptional people sharing their knowledge and helping people in the Microsoft community with a Microsoft MVP Award instead of quarterly. […]READ MORE
About Peter Daalmans
Also one of the founders and leads of the Windows Management User Group Netherlands.
Peter tries to speak every year on several events like TechDays Netherlands, ExpertsLive, IT/Dev Connections, BriForum, Midwest Management Summit and in 2013 Peter had the honor to speak at TechEd Australia and TechEd New Zealand. See more here.
Author of four books about Configurtion Manager and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility +Security