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When working in the new Microsoft Azure Portal, and the portal feels slow, it hard to identify what’s causing the problem. By using the “Ctrl+Alt+D” command from the Azure Portal, you will get all kind of great information about load times and activated services. Really cool stuff.Check it out by using Ctrl+Alt+D anywhere in the Azure Portal./Enjoy

Until now, the Apple Enrollment section in the Microsoft Azure Portal hasn’t been available, but with the 1703 release of Microsoft Intune this feature is now available.So, if your tenant was created after January 2017 you should have this feature available today. If the option isn’t available (like my test tenant from 1702), simple navigate to the old Silverlight portal and follow the link. That should send you to the right place… But within the next few weeks or so the option should be fully available directly from the Azure Portal.This is a huge and very important step in the…

Just like David James announced at the System Center User Group Meeting in Copenhagen last week, Microsoft has now announced the availability of the the next release of System Center Configuration Manager ( Update 1702). This update is available as an in-console update for previously installed sites that run version 1511, 1602, 1606, or 1610 which includes some great new features and product enhancements. For more information, check the “What’s new in version 1702 of System Center Configuration Manager”: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/core/plan-design/changes/whats-new-in-version-1702. If you want to see a complete list of all the SCCM /ConfigMgr builds/versions, check out this updated blog post: https://www.ronnipedersen.com/2014/07/25/configmgr-2012-versionbuild-numbers/…

This week, I created 2 new Intune tenants. One for a new customer and one for a new lab that I was preparing for our SCUG.DK User Group Meeting next week.Just to get things started, I created a simple compliance policy that check if the device is jailbroken and got the following error (in both tenants):An error occurredAn error occurred whilst saving. Request ID: 6e6d9c36-a213-40be-941a-190aa6ab2defNot much to work with, but I finally figured it out…If you configure the “Jailbroken devices” settings, and leave the “Mobile Thread Level” to the default (Not Configured) it will fail when you try to save…

Last week I was teaching the MOC 20696 Administering System Center Configuration Manager and Intune class. Here is a list some of the links I used at part of my training/presentation. Thanks to all the students for a really great week! Links ConfigMgr Prerequisites Tool 2.0.0 https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/ConfigMgr-2012-R2-e52919cd Power BI SCCM Templates: https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/sccm-solution-template/ SQL Report Builder; Unable to connect to data source https://www.ronnipedersen.com/2014/12/sql-report-builder-unable-to-connect-to-data-source/ SQL Server Backup, Integrity Check, and Index and Statistics Maintenance https://ola.hallengren.com/ Jason Sandys Startup script http://blog.configmgrftw.com/configmgr-client-startup-script/ Intune Feedback (Uservoice): https://microsoftintune.uservoice.com/ System Center Configuration Manager Feedback (Uservoice): https://configurationmanager.uservoice.com/ SCCM 2012: Standard Requirement Rules vs. Global Expressions https://www.ronnipedersen.com/2013/05/sccm-2012-standard-requirement-rules-vs-global-expressions/ Microsoft Intune…

Today, Microsoft has released the first update for the current branch of System Center Configuration Manager! The latest version of Configuration Manager is now 1602. Lots of cool new features and improvements: Client Online Status Support for SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups Windows 10 Device Health Attestation Reporting Office 365 Update Management New Antimalware Policy Settings Conditional Access for PCs Managed by Configuration Manager Windows 10 Conditional Access Enhancements Microsoft Edge Configuration Settings Windows 10 Team Support Apple Volume Purchase Program (VPP) Support iOS App Configuration iOS Activation Lock Management Kiosk Mode for Samsung KNOX Devices User Acceptance of Terms…

What’s new in Windows 10 Enterprise: Increasing Security, Predictability, and Compatibility Experience the most innovative and reliable Windows yet! Windows 10 brings increased stability and predictability to your organization, while minimizing risk. Attend this free one-day training event to explore new servicing, security, and management features that enable corporate data access across devices and platforms while allowing you to maintain control over those devices. Join Microsoft MVP Ronni Pedersen and learn to: Help ensure application compatibility with new and legacy LOB apps with Microsoft Edge and IE 11. Implement security and identity capabilities through Microsoft Azure Active Directory, Hello/Passport, Device…

Thanks to all attending the Microsoft IT Camps on Windows 10 Enterprise features and management. Here are some pictures and notes/links that we used during the workshop. Additional Resources: Here is a list of resources that was used during the IT Camps: Innovation Series Training for Windows 10: https://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/Innovation-Series-Training-for-Windows-10/ TechNet Evaluation Center: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/ Active Directory Based Activation: https://www.ronnipedersen.com/2015/11/active-directory-based-activation-in-an-multi-domain-environment/ Office 365 Deployment Guide: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-e9f296fb Office 2016 Deployment Guide: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-dc4e6d04 Johan’s Hydration Kit for System Center 2012 R2: http://www.deploymentresearch.com/Research/tabid/62/EntryId/149/The-Hydration-Kit-for-System-Center-2012-R2-is-available-for-download.aspx Blocking built-in apps in Windows 10 using Applocker: http://ccmexec.com/2015/08/blocking-built-in-apps-in-windows-10-using-applocker/ Manage Office mobile apps without MDM with Microsoft Intune: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YPIGdAj8hc Enhancing managed mobile productivity:…

Per request I’ve updated the Deployment Guide for Office 2013 in 3 new versions. We now have deployment guides that covers the following scenarios: Deploying Office 2013 (MSI) using SCCM 2012 (Application Model) https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-0f954e7f Deploying Office 2016 (MSI) using SCCM 2012 (Application Model) https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-dc4e6d04 Deploying Office 365 (2016) using SCCM 2012 (Software Packages) https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-e9f296fb Deploying Office 365 (2016) using SCCM 2012 (Applications) https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-e9f296fb Deploying Office 365 (2016) using Microsoft Intune https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-e9f296fb /Enjoy

Microsoft Office 365 Click-to-Run (2016) was releases earlier this month, so I thought it was time to release a new and updated version of my previous guide for Office 2013. The previous version has been downloaded more than 35.000 times from Microsoft Technet. Thank you! The previous guide for Office 2013 can still be downloaded from Microsoft TechNet here: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-0f954e7f Moving on with the new Office 365/2016 edition, I’ve asked my colleague and deployment specialist Hans Chr. Andersen to help me write this new guide, so we could cover more deployment scenarios, and get them out faster. We have a…

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