This third blog in the series of Microsoft’s Mobile Device Management will be a short blog introducing a short webcast about setting up the Windows Intune environment by getting a 30 day trail version of Windows Intune, setting up your own domain name, configuring the MDM authority and configuring platform support for Apple iOS devices. […]READ MORE
MDM via Windows Intune – setting up the environment
Windows Intune is the cloud solution from where you are able to manage your PC’s and/or mobile devices. In this series we are focusing on mobile device management so we will skip the PC side of the Windows Intune. Mobile device management via Windows Intune enables you to manage your devices from anywhere, anytime and […]READ MORE
Building a complete MDM solution with Exchange 2013, ConfigMgr 2012 R2 and Windows Intune
Unfortunately my Windows IT Pro sessions about the Microsoft’s Mobile Device Management solutions were cancelled due the lack of booked “seats” in the virtual classroom. Sad that it won’t go through, I put a lot of effort in it. But the good thing about that it is cancelled is that I am able to share […]READ MORE
Passcode Reset and Remote Lock via Windows Intune
While preparing my Windows IT Pro Microsoft’s Mobility Options in Exchange, Configuration Manager & Windows Intune sessions I noticed in Windows Intune something that I haven’t seen before. Besides locking your mobile devices down with settings, installing apps and wiping in the device you are now also able to reset the passcode of a mobile device […]READ MORE
Which Mobile Device Management Settings are available in ConfigMgr 2012 SP1?
Like with MAC OS-X, Configuration Manager 2012 supports the management of Compliance Settings for Mobile Devices, unfortunately the not all of the settings can be applied to all different kind of mobile devices. Since settings management in the Mobile Device World is very important, I would like to give you with this blog an overview of […]READ MORE
How to manage which device with Configuration Manager 2012 SP1?
With the release of Service Pack 1 of Configuration Manager 2012 more platform support is added to support the Unified Device Management vision of Microsoft. Some of the platforms are managed directly by Configuration Manager 2012 by installing a client, some of them are managed via a Windows Intune Wave D subscription and some of […]READ MORE
Exchange Connector in Configuration Manager 2012 revealed
Configuration Manager 2012 comes with an Exchange 2010 connector which allows you to manage your mobile devices that are synchronizing with Exchange 2010. The Exchange 2010 connector allows you to manage the Exchange 2010 mobile device policies from Configuration Manager 2012. Let’s see how this connector looks like!READ MORE
Mobile device support in Configuration Manager 2012
In my last blogs I wrote about configuring Configuration Manager 2012 to use certificates for secure communications with the clients and other site servers. Let’s now see how mobile devices fit into Configuration Manager 2012.READ MORE
CEP meeting #9 summary “SCCM 2012 Mobile Device Management”
As part of the Community Evaluation Community the 9th live meeting about System Center Configuration Manager 2012 was scheduled for today. The main subject was Mobile Device Management in SCCM 2012. At this moment Microsoft has three major products for managing Mobile phones, Mobile Devices Management (MDM) 2008, SCCM 2007 and Exchange 2007/2010. The functionality […]READ MORE
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About Peter Daalmans
Peter tries to speak every year on several events like TechDays Netherlands, ExpertsLive, IT/Dev Connections, BriForum, Midwest Management Summit, TechEd Australia, TechEd New Zealand and in 2017 Peter had the honor to speak at Microsoft Ignite. See more here.
Author of four books about Configurtion Manager and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility +Security