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In the last years the recommendation to “Code Sign” scripts should have arrived to everybody. Especially when deploying scripts with Intune or ConfigMgr at scale it’s good to sign them. It sounds simple but regardless most don’t use it. I would like to change that and show you how to
Creating configuration documentations is always hassle. Therefore, I extended the Intune documentation with a new option to also document Azure AD Conditional Access policies. The new function Invoke-ConditionalAccessDocumentation will document: Azure AD Conditional Access Policies Translate referenced id’s to real object names (users, groups, roles and applications) Important: The Conditional
Lately, Microsoft released some great news around MSIX and the requirements for the installation of MSIX Packages. Now if you want to manually install an MSIX Package on a computer you need Sideloading to be enabled. If that is not the case, you will get a nasty error during the
A few weeks ago I posted and updated poster for the collection structure and naming conventions. because of the great feedback I got I have now added a new poster for objects like Task sequences, applications, packages and WIM files in the ConfigMgr Console. Additionally I have moved all posters
Today I had time to extend my Intune Documentations script with new sections and release version 11 on Github. The script now documents the following parts of Intune: Configuration Policies Compliance Policies Device Enrollment Restrictions Terms and Conditions Applications (Only Assigned) Application Protection Policies AutoPilot Configuration Enrollment Page Configuration Apple
When I start a new ConfigMgr project or when I have the first customer meeting, I always ask if they can give me the naming conventions they use in their SCCM infrastructure. The top most answer is: Naming Conventions?? We just check other objects and use then a similar name.
Have you been getting your first experiences with MSIX and have been doing some App-V before?Then you will know that App-V has a cool trick where you can load any executable inside the App-V Bubble for troubleshooting with the command: %desiredexe% /appvve:%PackageGuid%_%VersionGuid% Wouldn’t it be great if there was something like
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