How to use Log Analytics on Endpoint Manager

Ever since I learned about KQL I'm obsessed about it and what it can do in Azure Log Analytics space and this is my attempt on plugging another service to Log Analytics to experiment with the logs. KQL has proven to be a clever tool when it comes to dig deeper in to Log Analytics. … Continue reading How to use Log Analytics on Endpoint Manager

How to Setup Endpoint Manager RBAC

Welcome to another MEM article. Today I'm going to talk about an essential component of Microsoft Endpoint Manager where a lot of admins ignore or fail to configure. As your team grows or if you planning on outsourcing tasks to a different team of admins, a MSP perhaps, it is vital to configure correct RBAC … Continue reading How to Setup Endpoint Manager RBAC

FIX and Thoughts on Autopilot Pre-Provision Error 0x80180014

It was one of days where you get these sort of errors just after completing a task. That big ol' unsatisfying red screen with an error. This time it was We couldn't finish MDM enrollment. Error 0x80180014 At 1st glance, though the Reset button will fix the issue. However it didn't. It resets the machine … Continue reading FIX and Thoughts on Autopilot Pre-Provision Error 0x80180014

Pros and Cons of Using Microsoft Endpoint Manager Policy Sets Feature

What else can be a great feature in Microsoft Endpoint Manager other than bundling up all the policies and create that "Golden Image" type policy and assign it to the Device or User groups so from an Administrators perspective, you don't need to individually assign groups in to policies and apps and managing this will … Continue reading Pros and Cons of Using Microsoft Endpoint Manager Policy Sets Feature

How to Migrate Group Policies to Microsoft Endpoint Manager using Group Policy Analytics

Hello again. Today I'm writing about the MEM Group Policy Analytics feature which is still in preview, and how you can inspect your local GPOs and migrate them to MEM. Why you ask? Organizations whether the are big or small, if they are managed by Active Directory domain service, chances are there are Group Policies … Continue reading How to Migrate Group Policies to Microsoft Endpoint Manager using Group Policy Analytics

How to Easily Configure Google Chrome Policies via Microsoft Endpoint Manager?

I would say this is a long time coming and Admins can take a bit of a rest without looking for the Google Chrome ADMX files and updating the custom OMA-URI content whenever the ADMX updates.The good news is Microsoft Endpoint Manager has the relevant Google Chrome policy settings within the portal! This is a … Continue reading How to Easily Configure Google Chrome Policies via Microsoft Endpoint Manager?

How to configure Remote Help using Microsoft Endpoint Manager

I think its too soon to compare Remote Help with a tool like TeamViewer because Remote Help feature with Microsoft Endpoint Manager just went on GA this week. I was looking at this option for quite a while and finally got time to test and write about it. Remote Help app and Quick Assist app … Continue reading How to configure Remote Help using Microsoft Endpoint Manager

How To Map a Shared Drive Using Microsoft Endpoint Manager Instead of GPOs

Welcome to another MEM how to article. Among Microsoft Endpoint Manager's wonderful capabilities I see this as a big win towards promoting it's modern device management capabilities. This will simply supersede the local AD, OUs and GPMC that used to manage drive mappings to user sessions. A reasonable assumption If you are using network shares … Continue reading How To Map a Shared Drive Using Microsoft Endpoint Manager Instead of GPOs

How To Create and Usages of Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) Device Filters

MEM device filters finally came out of preview to General Availability (GA) and lets see why we need to use device filters. What Device Filters Does? This helps the Endpoint Manager policies to apply in a more targeted manner. This feature is similar to the setting up targeted GPO assignments or probably GPO loopback processing. … Continue reading How To Create and Usages of Microsoft Endpoint Manager (MEM) Device Filters

Two Ways To Enable Hybrid AAD Join Mode For A Controlled Deployment

When you planning (of course you are!) to bring the local AD joined Windows workstations to Microsoft Endpoint Manager/ Intune, one of the first things you need to complete is a Pilot/ controlled deployment to understand the end result, Hybrid AAD Joined state's features and what options will be opened for you to test and … Continue reading Two Ways To Enable Hybrid AAD Join Mode For A Controlled Deployment

Microsoft Endpoint Manager Shared Multi-User Device Profiles

In this article, I'm planning on uncovering a configuration profile in MEM which is known as the Shared Multi-User Device Profiles. These profiles can be used and applied to the devices in the fleet which will be used by many users periodically and does not require to retain the data in the disk and have … Continue reading Microsoft Endpoint Manager Shared Multi-User Device Profiles

Preparing workstations for the Cloud Journey with Hybrid Azure AD Join – Part 2: Add the devices to Intune

Part 1: Preparing workstations for the Cloud Journey with Hybrid Azure AD Join Now that we have add the existing computers to Azure AD in the Hybrid Join mode, there are few more steps that needs to be completed before adding it as an Intune managed device. Just the tip of the iceberg This part … Continue reading Preparing workstations for the Cloud Journey with Hybrid Azure AD Join – Part 2: Add the devices to Intune