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Author: Thomas Kurth

Azure AD
Thomas Kurth

Azure AD Conditional Access “NotApplied”

After the implementation of Conditional Access policies, it’s important to monitor the coverage status to check if all sign-ins are covered by a conditional access rule. But it’s important to know that it is highly likely that the coverage in a normal environment will never be 100%. This blog is

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Intune
Thomas Kurth

Map printers with Microsoft Endpoint Manager

When moving to the cloud managed modern workplace based on Azure AD Join you will see that there are many benefits available. But especially designing the workplace can lead to problems as Microsoft Endpoint Manager currently supports nearly all policies and settings, but lacks the possibilities of GPO Preferences like

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Azure AD
Thomas Kurth

Azure AD Device based Authentication

When creating solutions in Endpoint Management it’s often the case that you need to execute scripts in SYSTEM context and submit data to a webservice. As long the devices are Active Directory Joined or Azure Active Directory Hybrid Joined this is not an issue as the computer itself has an

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Intune
Thomas Kurth

Intune Settings Catalog support in M365Documentation

The M365Documentation PowerShell module is extended with new incredible  functions: PowerShell 7 Support the execution on PowerShell 7 hosts. MEM/Intune Settings Catalog The settings catalog is growing and is used by more and more customers. Now, it can also be documented with my module. Thank you @ylepine for the contribution

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SCCM
Thomas Kurth

Build better pilot rings for Updates with MEM Intune

A few weeks back I wrote about creating better pilot rings within a MEMCM environment. Because of the feedback and some projects I transferred the solution for Intune only environments.  Key Features Scope to specific device Azure AD groups (Only Apps and HW models of devices in this collection are

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