Welcome to another newsletter, with some hopefully happy and relieved renewed MVPs!
We start this week with a look at Organizational messages within Intune, what you can use them for and also how you can use PowerShell to create your own with more flexibility from Michael Meier
If you want to deploy a PDF to your iOS devices, have a look at this post from Rahul Jindal
On-demand remediations are a very welcome feature, but did you know you can also trigger them using Graph? Find out how in this post from Damien Van Robaeys
Joost Gelijsteen tests the new driver and firmware update functionality here
Next, Sassan Fanai looks at some settings to check before deploying driver update policies
Managed Identites are a good way to run scripts within Graph and Azure without needing to use certificates or hard-code secrets. This post from Daniel Bradley shows how to use them.
If your AAD devices need to access on-prem resources, WHfB and Cloud Trust is the best approach. This guide from Mike Shellenberger runs through how to deploy and configure it
Next, Peter van der Woude takes a look at the application control policies currently in preview
This post from Niklas Tinner looks at the new driver update management functionality, how to use it, what it does and how it works.
This thorough post from Niklas Rast runs through how to deploy certificates in Intune using SCEP and NDES
Next, Prajwal Desai covers how to effectively use device categories in your Intune environment. Well worth checking out!
Hopefully you are all using Conditional Access, but did you know you can run analysis to look for gaps? Find out more in this post from Shehan Perera
Next, Florian Salzmann shows how you can enable SSO with Azure AD for Google Chrome
Trevor Jones has released a useful script to display a user interface when deploying apps in the system context
This post from Jörgen Nilsson covers the new Windows 11 multi-app kiosk mode:
Now onto the video content starting with how to migrate from GPO to Intune from Andy Malone (if your GPO is clean of course)
This video from Anoop Nair looks at the Microsoft Defender for Endpoint and Intune integration
Next, Dean Ellerby looks at the Apple Volume Purchase Program(VPP), what it does and how it integrates with Intune
We have a second video from Dean this week covering the Apple MDM Certificate process
Jitesh Kumar runs through all of the new features of Intune 2306 release in this video
Now onto the Microsoft Content starting with the exciting news that Windows 365 frontline is now in general availability. An excellent solution for any shift workers. Find out more in this post from Sam Tulimat and Go Komatsu
It’s time to wish Autopatch a happy birthday, 1 year of looking after your Windows updates. Join Lior Bela in the celebrations
The second post from Jacob Scott covering enrolling your Android teams phones into Intune is now out
With the pending release of macOS 14, there is an update to Intune supported and allowed versions, find out more here:
That’s it for this week, have an incredible weekend!