Tag: Powershell

Intune
Thomas Kurth

Cleanup duplicated devices in Intune

In nearly every environment I detect duplicated devices which make most of the reports incorrect and it makes it hard for the support staff to find the correct device of a user. This script basically will remove all devices which have another object with the same serialNumber and are not

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Powershell
Thomas Kurth

ConfigMgr with missing Boundaries is a content delivery nightmare

In bigger ConfigMgr environments it’s important to manage boundaries and boundary groups to optimize content flow. Especially when using caching technologies like Peer Cache or Delivery Optimization it’s important to have them correctly configured. One of the biggest problems I often see is, that there is no notice from the

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Intune
Thomas Kurth

Extended Intune Documentation Script

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

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Automatic environment cleanup with Intune Connector for AD Extender

In today’s environments one of the most important point is to keep them clean and tidy. Otherwise deployment statistics and security related reports are not correct. Therefore it’s important to continuously clean up your environment. In this blog I will cover solution on how to automatically cleanup when you are

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Extending the Intune Connector for Active Directory

When using Azure AD Hybrid Join with Windows Autopilot the «Intune Connector for Active Directory» is closing the gap between your on-premise Active Directory and Azure AD. It provides the domain join functionalities to your devices. This process works great, but as soon you start using it you have more

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Enhanced OS deployment end message

Since I’m working with ConfigMgr there was always the question of the staging team or end users if the staging of a device has really completed. Many years ago, I created a script which solved this question. Now I got again a few requests of customer and also discussions at

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Assign AzureAD/O365 Roles based on groups

In nearly every engagement I get the question why it’s not possible to assign Azure AD roles based on Azure AD or synced AD groups. Also, in my opinion this would be a nice feature to have in a productive environment. I started building a solution based on Azure Automation,

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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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Test connectivity to various Azure and O365 services

When starting the journey to the cloud, then connectivity is the most important point. Azure consist of thousands of endpoints which also can change daily. Therefore, Microsoft build a webservice to provide you always with an up to date list, which is used by a lot of firewall/proxy vendors to

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