Review – Feitian K33 Fido 2 Passkey

Andrew Taylor  -  September 20, 2022

With attacks on the rise and people becoming tired of authenticator alerts (which leads to them just accepting anything), now is the time to start looking at alternatives, uncluding Fido2 I was lucky enough to be sent a Fido 2 K33 device from Feitian technologies to give a thorough testing. Whilst I’ve been sent the...

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Endpoint Manager Newsletter – 16th September 2022

Andrew Taylor  -  September 16, 2022

Welcome to this weeks Endpoint Manager Newsletter (and for those of you lucky enough to get to the Workplace Ninja summit, welcome back!) Community Content We start this week with a post from Harm Veenstra with a clever script to read Intune Management Extension logs using the gridview output in PowerShell. Very useful if you...

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Securing Azure AD quickly and programatically

Andrew Taylor  -  September 13, 2022

I like to think of Azure AD as the front door to a house. Whilst you can have a perfectly secure wireless network configured with filtering and all of the other fun bits, if you leave the front door open, they’ll just steal your computer! This is why securing Azure AD should be the first...

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Endpoint Manager Newsletter – 9th September 2022

Andrew Taylor  -  September 9, 2022

Welcome to this weeks bumper newsletter, crammed full of amazing content from the MEM community. Put your feet up, grab your favourite drink and read on… Community Content We start this week with this post from Sandy Zeng looking at the different ways to configure and deploy WHfB and the differences between them. I’m sure...

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Automatically moving group members from Intune Update Rings to AutoPatch

Andrew Taylor  -  September 7, 2022

By now I’m sure you’ve heard about the new AutoPatch service from Microsoft (if you haven’t, read this and watch this excellent video explaining how it works). UPDATED 07/09/2022 During activation, you will be prompted to make sure devices are not currently assigned to a current update ring, easy enough, I’ll just go and unassign...

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Endpoint Manager Newsletter – 2nd September 2022

Andrew Taylor  -  September 2, 2022

Welcome to the first MEM newsletter of September. I hope everyone has had a fab summer! Community Content We start this week with a post which looks at my favourite part of Intune, Proactive Remediations. Joey Verlinden has helpfully put together an excellent list of remediations which you can just grab and deploy. I’m sure...

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Unpinning the Microsoft Store using Intune

Andrew Taylor  -  August 30, 2022

The Microsoft store is a useful app, but realistically, no-one needs it pinned to the taskbar, especially on Intune managed machines where you want everyone using Company Portal. So, how do we remove it? In this post I’m going to run through the 4 different options available to you: Registry PowerShell Script Proactive Remediation Custom...

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Endpoint Manager Newsletter – 26th August 2022

Andrew Taylor  -  August 26, 2022

Welcome everyone to this weeks Endpoint Manager newsletter with another feast of content for you to enjoy. Community Content We start this week with a post from Manish Bangia with a thorough look at the difference between MDM and MAM enrollment. https://www.manishbangia.com/mdm-user-scope-vs-mam-user-scope/ Next, we have two posts from Jannik Reinhard, the first uses Automation runbooks...

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Copying Intune Policies across tenants – Automatically!

Andrew Taylor  -  August 23, 2022

I’m sure most if not all of you have a test tenant (never test in production) for new policies, features etc. What happens when you then want to push this change out to live (or even to multiple customers)? You either have to JSON the policy and run the script, use a backup and restore...

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Endpoint Manager Newsletter – 19th August 2022

Andrew Taylor  -  August 19, 2022

Community Content We start this week with an excellent look at Autpatch from Katy Nicholson, not only looking at implementing, but the requirements and the various groups and policies it creates. https://katystech.blog/mem/windows-autopatch Next, we have two posts from Michael Niehaus, the first looking at different firmware versions and why they vary across devices. https://oofhours.com/2022/08/12/fun-with-tpm-firmware-version-numbers/ For...

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