How to join Autopilot devices to Hybrid AD

Jonathan LefebvreIntune2 Comments

In our previous post, we covered how to set up computers using Windows Autopilot. While the main scenario is to join computers to Azure AD, leaving the on-prem domain aside is for sure not realist in many cases. Microsoft has added the ability to join the On-prem domain as part of the Autopilot setup. This feature is still currently in Preview, but worth testing and checking it out. In this post, we will detail the requirements and how to configure Azure and on-prem AD to allow Hybrid AD joined computers. This post is part of a series on Windows Autopilot … Read More

How to customize Windows 10 using Intune and Autopilot

Jonathan LefebvreIntune6 Comments

windows 10 intune autopilot customization

With the latest updates Microsoft released to Intune and Autopilot, it is becoming more realistic to leave the task sequence behind in favor of using Autopilot with Intune to deliver the computer standards required by an enterprise. While it will no be possible for all scenarios, a standard PC used for administrative tasks can be delivered with many, if not all, of the required customization. While many of our previous Windows 10 Customization tricks are still gonna be useful, the delivery will be different from simply running various scripts from a Task Sequence. In this post, we will go over … Read More

Getting Started with Microsoft Autopilot | Step-by-Step Guide

Jonathan LefebvreIntune1 Comment

Since the announcement of Windows Autopilot there has been a lot of interest and questions about how it actually works, will it blend easily in our environment, etc. While at the beginning there was some major drawback compared to what a Task sequence’s configured computer can deliver, with the latest updates to the service, it is now a good time to start your journey with it. In this post, we will detail all the requirements and how to set up an environment for Windows Autopilot. This post is the first one of a post series that will be published in … Read More

Deploy Win32 application with Intune

Jonathan LefebvreIntune2 Comments

Intune Win32 Application

Last September, Microsoft announced that Intune was finally able to distribute Win32 applications. This was a major show stopper to go full MDM for Windows 10 devices for many company and would keep using SCCM to fulfill this duty. The feature is now out of the preview state and fully ready to roll! In this post, we will detail how to deploy a Win32 application with Intune. We’ll use Google Chrome with the MSI installer. Prerequisites Download the Intune Win32 App Packaging Tool from GitHub Prepare Intune Win32 application This step consist of “wrapping” all the required files into an … Read More

How to help Intune users Using Intune Troubleshooting Portal

Benoit LecoursIntune1 Comment

The Intune troubleshooting portal can be used by Intune administrators to view information about a specific Intune user. It can be used to troubleshoot many problems for example, licensing problem, the devices assigned to a user, details about enrollment issues, compliance issues, app installation failure and much more. The Intune Troubleshooting portal can also give suggested remediation steps to resolve issues. You need at least the  HelpDesk Operator role (RBAC) to use the troubleshooting portal. How to use the Intune Troubleshooting Portal Go to your Azure portal Select Microsoft Intune On the Intune pane, in the Help and Support section, select Troubleshoot On the left, click Select to select a user to troubleshoot … Read More

Step-by-Step SCCM 1806 Upgrade Guide

Nicolas PilonSCCM26 Comments

It is now time to plan the migration of your SCCM Current Branch environment since Microsoft releases a new version of SCCM Current Branch. If you want to receive the latest updates, this post is a complete step-by-step SCCM 1806 upgrade guide. If you’re looking for a comprehensive SCCM installation guide, see our blog series which covers it all. You won’t be able to install 1806 if you are running SCCM 2012, the baseline version is 1802. To install SCCM 1806 as an update, you must have installed at least SCCM 1706, SCCM 1710 or SCCM 1802. Keeping your infrastructure up to … Read More

Automatic Windows 10 PC Enrollment in Microsoft Intune or SCCM

Benoit LecoursIntune, SCCM, WINDOWS 1025 Comments

The process of enrolling your Windows 10 computers in Intune should be as simple as possible for your users. If you’re using Azure Active Directory in your organization, the enrollment process can be made automatically when a user joins it’s device to AAD. It couldn’t be simpler. The process is the same rather for Intune Standalone or Hybrid mode (integrated with SCCM) Windows 10 Intune Automatic Enrollment Prerequisites CNAME DNS Entry created on your domain for automatic name resolution A valid Intune Tenant (Standalone or SCCM Integrated) Azure Active Directory Premium enabled For this post, we’ll be using a Windows 10 1703 device but … Read More

How to enable SCCM 1710 Co-Management

Benoit LecoursIntune, SCCM, WINDOWS 1011 Comments

With the release of SCCM 1710, one of the key new features is the Co-Management possibility with Microsoft Intune. There are two main paths to reach to co-management: Windows 10 devices managed by Configuration Manager and hybrid Azure AD joined get enrolled into Intune Windows 10 devices that are enrolled in Intune and then install with the Configuration Manager client We will describe how to enable co-management and enroll an SCCM managed Windows 10 device into Intune. SCCM 1710 Co-Management Prerequisites SCCM 1710 or later A new SCCM KB is available to fix an enrollment issue for the client Azure … Read More

How to Change SCCM MDM Authority to Intune Standalone

Benoit LecoursIntune, SCCM2 Comments

With the release of SCCM 1710, one of the key new features is the Co-Management possibility with Intune. Going in the direction of the Co-Management would eventually allow to offload some management task to Intune and be more aligned with the concept of Modern Management for Windows 10. One of the main requirement to enable Co-Management is to have Intune as the MDM Authority. This goes against what many SCCM admins have done over the past few years, by enabling the Intune Connector in SCCM to manage mobile devices from the SCCM console. This is called Intune in Hybrid mode. … Read More

Import Windows Devices for AutoPilot using Microsoft Intune

Benoit LecoursIntune11 Comments

Windows Autopilot is a new and emerging solution designed that allows to setup and pre-configure Windows devices for your environment using Azure and Intune. The goal of Autopilot is to reduce the Os deployment complexity. If done correctly, a user logs to an out-of-box computer, logs on his computers with his ADD user account and applications and configurations gets deployed. All that with minimum infrastructure requirements. When announced a couple of months ago, Autopilot has its flaws but it’s improving very fast. One of those flaws was that device importation was made from the Windows Store for Business or the Microsoft … Read More