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The Nordic Infrastructure Conference (NIC) in Oslo, Norway is one of my favorite conferences of the year! NIC is great a collaboration and learning event offering global best in class content and structure. The key concept of the conference: Less slides, more demos!The speaker list is pretty awesome, and it’s perfect mix with lots of international top speakers, Microsoft MVP’s and Community Experts!Check out the full speaker list: https://www.nicconf.com/speakers-at-nic19/I have the great pleasure myself to be delivering two sessions this year. The first one is about Protecting identities and data in the Microsoft cloud, using built-in Microsoft 365 technologies like…

Update: This feature still requires Global Admin rights! You can change and configure all the settings as “Intune Administrator” but you can’t click “Save”… This is by design!As a consultant I do a lot of Intune and Windows Autopilot projects for both small and large enterprise customers. Most of the small customers will most likely just provide me with Global Admin rights, but normally that’s not the case for large customers.If I’m there to work with Microsoft Intune, then the Intune Administrator role should be just fine. But one of the first steps we need to do, is to enable…

Just came back from an amazing week at Microsoft Campus in Redmond with 25 fellow SCCM & Intune MVP’s from all over the world. A special thanks to everyone from the Product Group that took time out of their busy calendar to spend time with us and listen to our feedback.Looking forward to come back again in March for the Global MVP Summit 2019./Ronni

IntroductionThe Cloud Management Gateway (CMG) feature was first introduced in version 1610 as a pre-release feature. Last week Microsoft released 1802, and this feature is no longer a pre-release feature. We also now have the option to create the CMG using Azure Resource Manager (ARM).In this blogpost I will share some learnings that I got from migrating the first customer from an existing (Classic) CMG deployment to the new modern (ARM) deployment.Pre-Migration TasksThere is really not that much that needs to be prepared, but you should spend the 15-20 minutes it takes to read the following documentation before you start:Plan…

IntroductionWith the release of Configuration Manager 1710, Microsoft now supports co-management, so Windows 10 clients can be managed by both SCCM and Intune at the same time. There are a few pre-requirements that need to be completed if you want to use co-management, and the most important one is that you need have your MDM authority in Intune set to Intune.The following are general prerequisites for you to enable co-management: Configuration Manager version 1710 or later Azure AD EMS or Intune license for all users Azure AD automatic enrollment enabled Intune subscription (MDM authority in Intune set to Intune)See all…

Over the years, I’ve created multiple labs, so that I can test different scenarios. One of my first “cloud only” Azure AD labs was created back in 2012. Two weeks ago, I wanted to use this lab to test a new Conditional Access scenario that one of my customers needed.Long time ago, I also created an “All Users” group, that was based on direct membership, so I thought it was a good idea to replace that group with a new and “shiny” dynamic group based on the “UserType” attribute.So, I created the following group, and started to redeploy all my…

Right now, I’m sitting in a Lufthansa Airbus A380 somewhere over the Atlantic ocean. Next week, I’ll be attending the Microsoft Ignite 2017 event in Orlando, to get some insights to the latest updates and strategies from Microsoft. So why not spend the time writing this blog post! Next month I’ve been invited to present at the Lowlands Unite event in Belgium. The Lowlands Unite events are joined user group events between the Belgium and the Dutch System Center User groups, and earlier this year I was invited to the Dutch edition in Amsterdam. The event in Amsterdam was a…

Today I had the honor to speak at the Azure Saturday event in Copenhagen. I’m really impressed with the quality and the list of international speakers are really impressive. Great job! My presentation was about Protecting Cloud Identities using EMS, Intune and Azure AD Premium features, and as promised during the session, here is a copy of the PowerPoint slides. Looking forward to be back next year! Azure saturday 2017 – Protecting cloud identities using emsfrom Ronni Pedersen      That’s it… Enjoy! +Ronni Pedersen

On Tuesday, August 15th, 2017 the Microsoft Tech Community will host an ‘Ask Microsoft Anything’ (AMA) from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. PT in the Office 365 Admin AMA space. An AMA is a live online event similar to a “YamJam” on Yammer or an “Ask Me Anything” on Reddit.This AMA gives you the opportunity to connect with members of the product engineering team and who will be on hand to answer your questions and listen to feedback.As a Microsoft MVP in the Enterprise Mobility and Security area, I’ve been invited as a community expert to join the Office 365…

I’m proud to announce that I’ve been invited to speaking about Protecting Cloud Identities using Azure MFA and EMS, at the Azure Saturday 2017 event in Copenhagen. Azure Saturday is a premium community driven event for Developers, IT-Pros and Cloud Architects. Check it out!Although it’s called Azure Saturday they could not pack all the content into one day, so the conference takes place on September 1st (Azure Friday) and September 2nd (Azure Saturday) and features both tech-talks and practical use-cases of Azure.Full Agenda : https://azuresaturday.dk/agenda/.Check out the the awesome speaker line-up: https://azuresaturday.dk/speakers/.More information and registration: https://azuresaturday.dk/.And don’t forget to follow…

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