Welcome one and all to this weeks Endpoint Manager Newsletter, let’s see what awaits…
First up, we have a very thorough post from Rudy Ooms covering how to get all of your Firewall policies into Intune without having to manually create in the GUI
Next up, Moe Kinani has a very useful script to remove pinned widgets from a Windows 11 machine via Intune and using my favourite Proactive Remediations
This post from Peter van der Woude runs through configuring Controlled Folder Access via Intune, an under-used feature in my opinion. It’s well worth checking out.
This next post from Sune Thomsen gives a deep dive on the latest Microsoft functionality to automatically import on-prem GPOs into Intune
This deep dive from Jitesh Kumar gives an excellent look at app requirement rules and why you should consider using them when deploying any applications.
A second post from Rudy Ooms this week, this one looking at the pesky 65000 error you can get within Settings Catalog.
A 2-parter this week from Niels Scheffers having a look at what happens when you enable Known Folder Move in OneDrive
Technically a multi-part one again, but I’m skipping part 1 and going straight to the Intune bits. This post from Damien Van Robaeys looks at importing Intune data into Log Analytics for manipulation.
And finally, some content direct from Microsoft:
For anyone using update compliance (if you’re not, read this), it’s worth noting that the machine now has to be in Azure AD for it to report back.
If you use Hello for Business, check out this post on how to configure passwordless RDP connections