Proactive Remediations Scripts are an excellent way to counteract problems or to check desired states. The possibilities are almost limitless. So are the ideas. Along
While using Conditional Acces, we can require specific requirements for users, devices, apps, countries (locations), device states, etc. This gives us the opportunity to allow
Require Attack Surface Reduction Rules in your (Custom) Compliance Policy
Intune has great features, why don’t we combine them!? In this post I’ll show you how you can require specific ASR (Attack Surface Reduction Rules)
Protect Office 365 data on unmanaged devices with Defender for Cloud Apps
In this blog I’ll show you step by step instructions for data protection on unmanaged devices. We can do this using Microsoft Defender for Cloud
The SMTP Authentication protocol (in Exchange Online) is the most attacked (legacy) protocol now a days. This happened since Microsoft is currently disabling all other
Conditional Access Insights and reporting. The forgotten feature.
While most people rely on Azure AD Sign-in logs, there are some additional features which are worth implementing in your tenant. One of these features
Schedule Windows 365 Cloud PC Reboot’s with Azure Automation
The idea Since a while I’m testing/playing around with Windows 365 Cloud PC’s. For performance purposes I would like to reboot and/or reprovision Windows 365
Require Dynamic Lock with Custom Compliance policy
Require dynamic lock as part of your compliance policy using custom compliance policies.
Devices being managed with Endpoint Manager (Intune) can be upgraded via a Feature Update policy. The blog shows you how to upgrade to Windows 11 22H2.
What happens if you lock-out your Azure Tenant?
Have you ever wondered what to do when you lost admin access to your Tenant? Have u got a panic plan or any idea how to act when there’s absolutely no admin access to your tenant anymore?