Set Desktop and Lock Screen wallpaper with Intune in Windows 10

This is a quick blog post to show you can set this fairly easily using Intune. Intune requires you to point to a URL for the wallpaper which at first seems a bit odd, but it actually makes a lot of sense when you have solutions like OneDrive. What am I talking about? Well, find […]

Category: Azure AD, Cloud Services, EMS, Intune, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Intune, Office 365, Windows 10, Windows Intune  |  4 Comments

How to manage Bitlocker on a Azure AD Joined Windows 10 Device managed by Intune.

When joining a computer to AAD either manually or by using a provisioning package, Bitlocker will be enabled automatically if your device has the necessary prerequisites. However in the case that Bitlocker is disabled this is how you enable Bitlocker, save the Bitlocker Key Protector to ADD (also known as the recovery key) and recover […]

Category: Azure AD, Client, Conditional Access, EMS, Enterprise Mobility Suite, Intune, Microsoft Intune, Windows 10, Windows Intune  |  1 Comment

Windows 10: Upgrade the edition with Intune in the new Azure Portal

Most professional PC’s delivered today is delivered with Windows 10 Pro (out of the box) which is a really good Operating System, covering most use-cases. However in the world of BYOD and CYOD (Bring your Own / Choose your Own Device) companies, enterprises, goverments, schools etc. often want to upgrade to either Enterprise or Education […]

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Windows 10 1703 Creators Update: First impressions

Windows 10 creators update is out and I wanted to create a quick blog of the initial experience installing and enrolling it into one of my Azure Active Directory (AAD) test tenants. The initial installation is more or less the same as before, but we know for a while that Microsoft will improve the OoBE […]

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Watch out when using $PSModuleAutoLoadingPreference = “none” in a PS Remote Session in Windows Server 2016

Recently I discovered a change in the default behavior of PSRemoting Sessions in Windows Server 2012 R2 vs. Server 2016. I was migrating a script from 2012R2 to 2016 and surprisingly, I got this error:   The term ‘Get-Date’ is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check […]

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Fixing Hyper-V connection display scaling on High-DPI monitors

How to get your Hyper-V connection or remote desktop sessions to scale correctly on Windows 10 High-DPI monitors.

Category: Config, Hyper-V, Windows 10  |  11 Comments

DHCP Guide

This document describes common scenarios for implementing DHCP in relation to PXE boot with particular focus on Configuration Manager. Assumptions and audience Audience must familiar with basic IP networking principles. The background In order for a client to perform a PXE boot, there must be a DHCP service available, this is not required to be […]

Category: Configuration Manager, Configuration Manager 2012 R2, Nomad, OS Deployment, Windows Server 2012 R2 Core  |  1 Comment

December 11: Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) Resources at your fingertips

I know it’s a pompous title, but that still the idea behind what I want to show next. As an IT-Pro I am used to staying up to date on the latest technology that I am working with. And with On-premises solutions like traditional ConfigMgr implementations, staying up to date is not too hard with […]

Category: App, Azure AD, Cloud Services, Config Mgr. Tools, Configuration Manager, Configuration Manager 2012 R2, Enterprise Mobility Suite, Windows 10, Windows 10 App, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Intune  |  2 Comments

Add the “Trigger Setup Rollback” Step in Windows vNext (Windows 10) Upgrade Task Sequence for proper status monitoring

With the announcement of Windows 10 Microsoft released a pre-created Task Sequence for an in-place-upgrade scenario with all the necessary steps it takes to upgrade from Windows 7, 8 or 8.1. For more information and the task sequence itself go to the System Center Team blog here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/configmgrteam/archive/2015/06/16/revised-content-for-the-win10-in-place-upgrade-via-task-sequence-for-configmgr.aspx The task sequence after imported into SCCM: […]

Category: Configuration Manager, Configuration Manager 2012, Home, Operating Systems, OS Deployment, OS Deployment, Task sequence, Windows 10  |  Comment

Automate Signature And Status Reports With PowerShell – Windows Defender (.txt file)

What you will be able to after reading this blog: Get the latest information about "your" Signature- & Anti Virus reports in Windows Defender and make it into a text file. How to automate it, so it will run every day and give you a status report with time and date. Being able to look […]

Category: Home, Operating Systems, Powershell, Scripting, Security, Software Updates, Tips and tricks  |  1 Comment