External Articles – Intune

The following SQL query was shared by Gerjan Eghuizen an Unified Communications Consultant working at Enexis, useful for anyone who has Mobile Devices enrolled via Microsoft Intune in ConfigMgr 2012 R2.
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First, let’s define a managed application. In essence it’s a special policy that enable you to control settings in the application or browser like data encryption, can the user save the document as a new file etc.
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If you haven't already seen it, Alex Simons just published a great post on Azure AD Join and the benefits it provides. In this post, I’m going to look at how to join Microsoft Intune and the Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) to Azure AD to light up some amazing scenarios.
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There are many different ways that applications can be made available to your users today. Users can directly install apps from public stores or your mobile device management (MDM) solution can deploy them (either automatically or at the user’s request).
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Today we are releasing this new content based on many feedback that we received from engineers on the field and customers.
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Mobile application management policies in Microsoft Intune let you modify the functionality of apps that you deploy to help bring them into line with your company compliance and security policies.
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Q: Which and how many Default Client Settings control the MDM inventory? A: An admin can set classes on Default Client Settings - Hardware Inventory.
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