Welcome once again to another Intune newsletter full of exciting content!
We start this week with the next part of the Intune Starter series from Florian Salzmann, this one looking at configuring and using Autopilot
Next, in a follow-up to last weeks post (well worth reading), Peter van der Woude looks at how you can restrict local logon but still allow self-service password reset
If you are hitting 0x80070002 errors with Intune app deployment, check out this troubleshooting guide from Prajwal Desai
This useful remediation script from Michael Meier will verify all of your devices have successfully stored Bitlocker keys into Entra ID
Now for two posts from Michael Niehaus starting with a look at how to install updates on Windows 11 during the Autopilot process.
This post looks at the best way to customize the start menu for your Windows 11 devices but still allowing users to add their own preferences
This post from Rudy Ooms covers the PushLaunch scheduled task and what it does
A lesson in checking test/dev tenants before deleting them here from Simon Skotheimsvik
Learn all about provisioning and deploying your first Windows 365 machine in this post from Tom Machado
Next, Somesh Pathak dives into Remote Help for macOS, a very welcome addition!
Some exciting news, Windows 10 and 11 now support passkeys to further move towards a passwordless world. Find out more in this post from Kevin Kaminski
This post from Torbjorn (Mr T-Bone) Granheden looks at the new addition of remote launch for remote help
There is a lot of excitement around the release of co-pilot for Windows, but outside of a home setting, you will probably want to control who has access to it. Fortunately this post from Jitesh Kumar shows how to control it with Intune and GPO
Niall Brady also runs through blocking Copilot in your organisation here
If you were lucky enough to be at the Workplace Ninja summit this week you may have watched the session from Jörgen Nilsson and Ronni Pedersen looking at community tools. You can find links to them all here
Learn all about Enterprise State Roaming with Niklas Rast in this post
You have a couple of options for managing M365 Apps, one of those is Servicing Profiles which you can learn how to configure in this post from Rahul Jindal
Just missing the newsletter last week, have a look at the exciting new additions to Intune in the 2309 release with Ramya Chitrakar
Some exciting news on the In Development page including the import/export ability for Settings Catalog policies
That’s it for this week, have a great weekend!