Intune

Microsoft Intune is a modern device management and application management “SaaS” (Software as a Service) solution. With Intune you can manage iOS, Android, and Windows devices.

Windows 10 management of Intune is straight forward and Windows 10 management is agent less management. What is agent-less management?

Windows 10 operating system has a build in MDM agent and Microsoft Intune is using that in build MDM agent to manage Windows 10 devices.

So there is no need to have a separate client agent like SCCM client for the management. Windows 1o MDM agent worked based on OMA-DM protocol unlike SCCM management.

Intune uses OMA-DM protocol to manage all types of devices similar to iOS, MacOS, Android, and Windows. OMA-DM is a light weight protocol which uses OMA DM protocol uses XML for data exchange.

Intune specifically uses the sub-set of XML called or defined by SyncML for the management of heterogeneous devices.

Cache Folder Windows 10 MDM Agent LOB Applications | Intune

Let’s quickly check where is the Intune cache folder for Windows 10 MDM agent LOB applications. I have seen many places that the location of the MDM agent cache folder is: C:\Windows\System32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Local\mdm However, I couldn’t find the LOB application (MSI, MSIX, or APPX) files getting downloaded to above locations in different scenarios highlighted below: Apps …

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Easiest way Remove Built-in Apps from Windows 10 Using Intune without PowerShell

Let’s find out the way to remove built-in apps from Windows 10 using Intune. I know there are many PowerShell script to remove all the unwanted applications from Windows 10 devices. But, the following method is the easiest and simplest method to remove built-in apps. Intune Sync Setup with MSfB I have explained the process …

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Intune Admins Basic Azure AD Dynamic Device Group Rules | Queries

The following are the quick Azure AD dynamic device groups rules or queries which I use as an Intune admin to build a lab environment. I used these queries in the recent Free Intune Training episode #8 Day #8 Free Intune Training 📌Azure AD Static Groups 📌Azure AD Dynamic Groups for Intune Mgmt Company Owned …

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11 Days of Free Intune Training Course by HTMD Community

We started the Free Intune training course on 19th April. We have completed 11 days of the Free Intune training course. In this post, you can view all the recordings! Basics of Intune Intune Basics for SCCM Admins | Start Learning Intune with How to Manage Devices #HTMD #MSIntune. Intune and SCCM comparison discussion video …

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Microsoft Store for Business Automatically Create Windows Application using Intune | Volume Purchased Apps

Let’s see how to Sync Microsoft Store for Business (MSfB) with Intune. Also, we will see how to create automatically Create Windows Application using Intune Microsoft Store for Business. Prerequisites Sign up for Azure AD accounts. Signup for Microsoft Store for Business – sign in to Store for Business with the global admin. Intune Admin …

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Intune Company Portal Setup for Personal Windows 10 Device Intune Enrollment Options

Let’s discuss Intune Company Portal Setup for Personal Windows 10 Device and Intune Enrollment Options. How many of you have seen the following message in the Company portal “This Device hasn’t been set up for corporate use yet. Select this message to begin setup.” As part of Free Intune training, I was testing BYO and …

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Create an Intune Compliance Policy for Windows 10 Devices Possible to Create Custom Intune Compliance Policy

Hello All – In this post, we will see a quick over of how to create an Intune compliance policy for Windows 10 devices. Also, we shall discuss the options of creating a custom Intune compliance policy. Create Intune Compliance Policy for Windows 10 Devices Open Endpoint.microsoft.com with appropriate Intune RBAC access Navigate via Devices …

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Intune Helpdesk Role Permission Settings Using RBAC Default Role

Let’s see a quick guide to setup permissions to Intune Helpdesk role permission. This guide helps you to understand the experience of deploying out of box Helpdesk admin role to out of box Helpdesk roles. More RBAC Related posts Create Custom Intune Helpdesk Operator Role & Deploy Intune Role Based Administration RBAC In Azure Portal …

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Weekly 1 Overview of Free Intune Training for Device Management Admins Powered by HTMD Community

We, How To Manage Devices, started free Intune training for device management admins Powered by HTMD Community. This post shall give you all an overview of the leaning of Week #1. Basics of Intune Intune Basics for SCCM Admins | Start Learning Intune with How to Manage Devices #HTMD #MSIntune. Intune and SCCM comparison discussion …

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Free Intune Training from How to Manage Devices Community via HTMD Teams Channel

We are arranging Free Intune Training for the How to Manage Devices Community. We already completed the first session today where we discussed about getting trial version of Intune for free of cost from Microsoft. Where? This training is happening via How to Manage Devices Teams Channel. If you would like to join the teams …

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