Last night Microsoft announced that the brand Endpoint Manager would no longer be used for device management products. The Intune brand will take over.
Following our previous blog post on packaging an EXE application and deploying it to Intune-managed machines today, we will show the last step of the process.
When deploying Windows applications to Microsoft Intune, MSI applications are straightforward and don’t require special preparation compared to EXE-based installations.
Continuing with our EndPoint Manager, Intune and Defender for EndPoints blog posts, today we will cover how to manage Antivirus on Windows managed devices.
This blog post will show how to create a file association in Windows 10 or 11 that can be used with services like Microsoft Intune.
This blog post will show how to use Microsoft Intune and set Google Chrome as the default browser on Windows machines that Intune manages.
If you’re looking for a way to find Windows 11 devices that have the firewall disabled, Intune is the perfect solution. Intune makes it easy to manage your organization’s devices, regardless of where they are located. In this article, we will show you how to use Intune to find Windows 11 devices with the firewall… Continue reading How to Find Windows 11 Devices With Firewall Disabled Intune
Are you looking for a way to disable Windows Hello in Microsoft Intune? If so, you’ve come to the right place. This blog post will show you how to do just that. Windows Hello is a great feature, but it is not for everyone.
On January 14 2022, Microsoft made Defender for Endpoint plan 1 available for customers with Microsoft 365 E1 and E3 licenses at no extra cost and made it part of the E1\E3 package.
In this blog post, we will be walking you through the process of setting up Microsoft Intune in Endpoint Manager.