Last week I was at a customer in Denmark and helped them in configuring Intune. If you want to search for and add an iOS app that is only available in a local ITunes App store you will run into the issue that the current Intune on Azure portal only searches for apps in the […]READ MORE
Support for native (LOB) apps added to Intune on Azure
Last week I showed you how you can deploy apps with the new Intune on Azure portal. This weekend the Intune on Azure Service was updated and new features became available One of the features is the ability to add Line Of Business apps and deploy them. As promised I would update the blog or dedicate […]READ MORE
How to add a non-Microsoft Intune SDK integrated app to Intune on Azure
As shown in the last blog, Microsoft prepopulated all Microsoft apps that have the Intune SDK integrated. As we all know, there are a lot more apps that are available in the Apple iTunes store and the Google Play store that supports the App Protection Policies. (see a complete list of apps that support App […]READ MORE
Apps, apps, apps and MAM in Intune on Azure.
As we all may know Microsoft is still busy migrating all Intune tenants to the new Azure infrastructure, a hell of a job if you ask me! If you are migrated you are able to use the new Mobile Application Management policies or also called App Protection policies, to manage your apps on devices that […]READ MORE
Intune, ConfigMgr 1702 and Lookout better together
The last part of the blog series is showing you how Lookout Mobile Threat Protection is used in a hybrid environment, so when Intune is connected with Configuration Manager. The devices are managed from Configuration Manager using Intune as the middle tier. Support for Lookout Mobile Threat Protection has been added to Configuration Manager 1610, […]READ MORE
Intune and Lookout: supporting iOS devices
We have looked in this series of blogs at the architecture, how the integration needs to be configured, and we looked at the admin and end user experience. Next subject is how to enable support for Lookout for Work on iOS devices. (see links to earlier blogs at the bottom of this blog) It’s a […]READ MORE
Intune and Lookout: the end user experience
It has been a while after I started this blog series about Intune and Lookout. (see at the bottom of this page the earlier blogs) Today I had finally time to write about the next subject in this series; the end user experience. Since I will dedicate a blog about the iOS version of the […]READ MORE
Intune and Lookout: the admin experience
The fourth blog about the integration of Microsoft Intune and Lookout MTP we will have a look at the administrative side of things. We will have a look at what we are able to configure in relation to threats, we will have a look the devices that can be managed both in Lookout and how […]READ MORE
October update to Intune service coming up!
In the next couple of days the Microsoft Intune service will be updated. During this update, new Conditional Access features (restrict access to Exchange Online to the Outlook app, Conditional Access for Windows PCs), Android for Work support and the Lookout integration for iOS will be released. Also via the new Azure Portal we are […]READ MORE
Intune and Lookout: how to integrate?
In the last two blogs we looked at the global overview and the architecture of the solution. In this blog I want to go a bit deeper and have a look how to integrate the two services with each other. Like said, the Lookout service is currently hosted on Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Intune […]READ MORE
Intune and Lookout: the architecture of the integration
My last blog I dedicated to the availability of the integration of the Microsoft Intune and Lookout Mobile Threat Protection cloud services. So have this time have a look at the architecture of the integration, before writing about how to set everything up, the administrative and the end-user experience.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