How to configure Windows Analytics with Log Analytics

Jonathan LefebvreAzure4 Comments

Windows Analytics is the suite name following the original release of Upgrade readiness. The suite adds Device Health and Update Compliance under the same roof. Depending on the environment each sub-product will provide key information for end-user computer admins. Upgrade readiness can help assess applications and drivers compatibility prior to migrate from Windows 7/8.1 to Windows 10, or even from one Windows 10 build to another. Device Health provides extra information for admins to review various crash within their environment. Update compliance provides a way to track how updates and upgrades are doing in the environment. This will be particularly … Read More

Top 5 No-Brainers Security Features in Microsoft Intune

Nicolas PilonApp Protection Policies, Azure, Cloud, Conditional Access, EMS, Intune2 Comments

By 2019, when you plan to deploy modern device management solutions in your company, the security must be a priority. The cloud is accessible from anywhere on the planet and mobility allows users to connect from anywhere. Also, our society is changing and our lifestyle habits as well. Users that have access to corporate data without being forced to connect to the corporate network, is much more convenient. Before you start registering devices in Microsoft Intune, it’s important to set up the Intune portal safely. Moreover, the different operating system platforms, and the types of devices that connect to your … Read More

How to migrate Windows Analytics to Azure Portal

Jonathan LefebvreAzure, OMS, WINDOWS 102 Comments

Microsoft has announced a while ago that the OMS Portal, used for Windows Analytics, was being deprecated in favour of Azure’s Log Analytics. In order to keep access to Windows Analytics intact for all your users,  a “migration” must be done prior to January 15, 2019. A warning is currently displayed when you log on the to-be-deprecated OMS portal. In this post, we will detail how to migrate Windows Analytics from the OMS Portal to Azure’s Log Analytics. Azure Windows Analytics migration Log on the Azure Portal Browse to Log Analytics. This should be empty if you don’t have Global admin rights and had … Read More

Enable SCCM Azure Active Directory User Discovery

Benoit LecoursActive Directory, Azure, Cloud, SCCM2 Comments

SCCM Azure Active Directory

Today, we are continuing our posts about SCCM 1706 new features. One of them is the ability to enable SCCM Azure Active Directory User Discovery. This discovery method enables organizations to import Azure Active Directory user information. With the growing popularity of Azure AD, this discovery method will soon be circumvented. Azure AD Requirements Before configuring the new discovery method, you’ll need to have : A valid Azure Tenant Access to your Azure admin portal SCCM 1706 Configuration The first step is to configure the Azure Services in SCCM. This step will automatically create the web app in your Azure … Read More