Today I am sharing a quick tip about a feature I requested via UserVoice back in 2015. One of my customers wanted to be able to send or push custom notifications to devices that are managed with Microsoft Intune. In the past 4 years the Intune Product reviewed and planned the feature before releasing it […]READ MORE
iOS 12.1 allows managed contacts to be written from managed apps to native contacts app
Since iOS 11.3 we had an issue when using Intune MDM and Outlook, managed via App Protection Policies (MAM) together. In this scenario the Outlook app was not allowed to write to contacts to the native iOS Contacts app since the data was considered corporate data when setting viewing corporate documents in unmanaged apps was […]READ MORE
Apple iOS Lost (and found) mode in Microsoft Intune
In my last blog I wrote about how to use the Apple Configurator and Microsoft Intune to manage your supervised iOS devices. By supervising your iOS device more (cool) management features come available for you as an Administrator. Today during my session at Ignite about how to conduct a successful pilot deployment of Microsoft Intune […]READ MORE
Manage Apple Configurator configured iOS devices with Intune
With the new Intune on Azure portal released you can add iOS devices that are configured as Supervised devices via the Apple Configurator 2. Configuring the Apple iOS device via the Apple Configurator requires that you have the iOS device connected to a macOS device that is running the Apple Configurator. What is Supervised Mode? […]READ MORE
Block apps to use cellular data via Microsoft Intune
Today I noticed that some nice features were added to the device restriction profiles in the new Intune on Azure portal. As from now you are able to block managed apps from using cellular data via the iOS device restriction profiles. You can either block the usage for all cellular data or just if you […]READ MORE
Intune and Lookout: supporting iOS devices
We have looked in this series of blogs at the architecture, how the integration needs to be configured, and we looked at the admin and end user experience. Next subject is how to enable support for Lookout for Work on iOS devices. (see links to earlier blogs at the bottom of this blog) It’s a […]READ MORE
Earlier this week Apple released iOS version 9.3, today Microsoft released a statement that Intune supports and is compatible with iOS 9.3. Where iOS version 9.2 broke MDM capabilities of most MDM vendors the available iOS policies are supported for and working on iOS 9.3, so we don’t have to wait for an iOS update […]READ MORE
Microsoft Intune Managed Browser now available in the iOS store
We have waited for a long time before that the Microsoft Intune Managed Browser was released for iOS, apparently Apple finally approved the application and it is now available in the iTunes app store. With the Microsoft Intune Managed Browser you are able to manage which websites can be browsed to via the managed browser […]READ MORE
How to manage which device with Configuration Manager 2012 SP1?
With the release of Service Pack 1 of Configuration Manager 2012 more platform support is added to support the Unified Device Management vision of Microsoft. Some of the platforms are managed directly by Configuration Manager 2012 by installing a client, some of them are managed via a Windows Intune Wave D subscription and some of […]READ MORE
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About Peter Daalmans
Peter tries to speak every year on several events like TechDays Netherlands, ExpertsLive, IT/Dev Connections, BriForum, Midwest Management Summit, TechEd Australia, TechEd New Zealand and in 2017 Peter had the honor to speak at Microsoft Ignite. See more here.
Author of four books about Configurtion Manager and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility +Security