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Dataprotection
Philip Büchler

Edge Version 81 now supports Windows Information Protection

Introduced a long time ago, Windows Information Protection (WIP) still lives in a niche of configurations that only very few actually use. Which is a shame, as its very powerful and easy(-ish) to configure. You can read everything about it in Microsofts documentation for the feature.  One thing that was

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Intune
Thomas Kurth

Configure Windows 10 Auditing with Intune

Windows 10 auditing needs to be configured to comply with the Microsoft Security Baseline. In my opinion this is an important part but completely missed in the Intune UI. But happily there is the Policy CSP which allows us to configure it. The CSP is documented here https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/client-management/mdm/policy-csp-audit. To simplify

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Security
Thomas Kurth

Defense in depth on an example: Office Macro Protection

Office Macros are one of the things every IT department tries to block, but will never really be able to 100% eliminate them. The reason is simple the documents with macros are sometimes produced by business apps, sent by business partners via e-mail or created by employees to improve business

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Windows 10
Thomas Kurth

Be prepared the Chromium based Edge will be released in January

Update 10.01.2020: The docs article is updated with better information about which devices are targeted. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/DeployEdge/microsoft-edge-blocker-toolkit#overview   Update 27.12.2019: The Microsoft Edge team informed me, that they will only make Edge available in specific scenarios. For more information read the comment of Sean. Thanks for this update and hopefully the official docs will

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AzureAD Joined Device and Kerberos???

If you join a device to Azure AD, then you get SSO to cloud resources protected by Azure AD. If you are using a Hybrid User (Synchronized from your on-premise Domain), you get an additional hidden gimmick. In general, it allows a lot of use cases where a company would

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Opening an MSIX install location to troubleshoot

When you’re starting to work with MSIX you will soon find out that MSIX files, like appx files, get installed to the folder C:\Program Files\WindowsApps. When you want to check the content of your installed MSIX Package and do some analysis or troubleshooting you will not be able to open

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Modern Workplace Client Center

I work in Workplace Management projects since a long time and troubleshooting was sometimes a nightmare, including with ConfigMgr. You had to read a lot of log files to recognize the core issue of a problem to be able to implement a solution. But I saw that only a small

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