On Microsoft Intune Mobile Device Management (MDM) managed devices, sometimes app or profile installations can fail. When these app or profile installs fail, it can be challenging to understand the failure reason or troubleshoot the issue. Microsoft Intune provides app installation failure details that allow help desk operators and Intune administrators to view app information to address user help requests. The troubleshooting pane within Intune provides failure details, including details about managed apps on a user’s device.… [Keep reading] “Troubleshoot Intune app and profile installation issues, error “NOTNOW””
Kieran Jacobsen is a Melbourne based IT professional specialising in Microsoft infrastructure, automation and security. Kieran is Head of Information Technology for Microsoft partner, Readify.
I’m a big fan of Intune’s device compliance policies and Azure Active Directory’s (AAD) conditional access rules. They’re one piece of the puzzle in moving to a Beyond Corp model, that I believe is the future of enterprise networks.
Compliance policies allow us to define what it takes for a device (typically a client) to be considered secure.… [Keep reading] “Using Intune and AAD to protect against Spectre and Meltdown”
Now that Microsoft Intune is accessed via the Microsoft Azure portal, there has been a steady stream of weekly updates to the platform, improving things (for the most part) along the way. As of the end of November 2017, there was announced an interesting new feature that should become part of most Intune environments.
The key feature of note is the new ability to have multiple Network Device Enrolment Servers (NDES) configured for use with Intune.… [Keep reading] “Updated Intune and NDES reference architecture, multiple NDES patterns”
This is a continuation of blog post Test drive Microsoft Intune – Part 1 Setup Trial Environment. The purpose of this blog article is for guide someone on how to deploy an application on a Window 10 PC using Microsoft Intune.
Deploying an application with file extension .exe
Since we are using a demo account of Intune it has been pre-configured by Microsoft. We can now do customization and application deployment.
Let’s begin by clicking on Apps the left hand navigation and then clicking on the Add Apps
You will be asked to save and run a file named setup.exe.… [Keep reading] “Test drive Microsoft Intune – Part 2 Application Deployment”
The purpose of this blog article if for someone to get familiar with and learn how to complete a test trial of Microsoft Intune.
Microsoft Account – To setup Microsoft Intune demo it is recommended to establish a new Microsoft Account even if you already have an existing one. Reason being that the demo is tied to the email address and may limit you from running additional demos or production after you have completed the demo.