How To Create Filters In Endpoint Manager

Filters are great for a lot of reasons but mainly because they allow us to instantly target devices whereas the traditional way of using “Dynamic groups” takes time to update membership whenever new or updated devices appear. Filters can be targeted towards the following device types. iOS/iPadOS Windows 10 and later Android Device administrator macOS … Read more

Silently Enforce Bitlocker Using Endpoint Manager (Intune)

Bitlocker is one of the most essential security features to deploy to your windows devices. Source: MicrosoftBitLocker Drive Encryption is a data protection feature that integrates with the operating system and addresses the threats of data theft or exposure from lost, stolen, or inappropriately decommissioned computers. Data on a lost or stolen computer is vulnerable … Read more

Configure Update rings for Windows using Endoint Manager (Intune)

Keeping your organization windows version up to date is highly recommended because of the constant risks and vulnerabilities being discovered every day. Running the newest version of Windows will decrease the likely hood of your devices being exposed to known exploits and you will receive the benefits of having the newest features and fixes applied … Read more

MDM User Self-Enrollment Using Deep Links On Windows 10

This will be a very short, but yet useful blog post about making the self-enrollment end-user experience better for your users.Keep in mind that this way of enrollment is not intended for large scale enterprises. Today we will take a look at how you can use “Deep links” to help guide your users to self-enroll … Read more

Protect SharePoint Data From Unmanaged Devices.

When working with confidential files in any company size it’s very important to protect data from leaving the company to unwanted people or competitors. Microsoft has a lot of different technologies to help this from happening, but today we are taking a look at securing SharePoint data from unmanaged devices. There is two settings we … Read more

How To Configure “Dynamic Device” Group For MacBooks In AzureAD.

When creating configuration or compliance policies in Microsoft 365, its important to make sure you’re only targeting the devices or users you want to target. To do this you can use the Microsoft365 “Dynamic device/user” feature when creating groups in “Azure Active Directory” Start by going to the “https://aad.portal.azure.com/” and open the groups section in … Read more