Mixing Windows app (Win32), Microsoft 365 Apps, and Line of Business apps in the same Autopilot deployment can cause some unusual delays/timeouts and even deployment failures. In this post, I show how you can switch from the Microsoft 365 Apps type in Intune to a Win32 app type.
The Content Prep Tool is a Microsoft tool that allows you to process a folder containing a Windows Desktop applications or installer, and convert the application into the file format needed for Intune Win32 app deployment.
Today, I'm focusing on how we can use Intune to make apps available to managed devices, and specifically, discussing the app types available.
I’ve seen a lot of confusion around this feature, and some people pointing at it as a weak point in identity security because they believe the synchronised content can be intercepted, replayed, or otherwise compromised. I’m here to say, this is not the case at all. I'm going to make this blog post really short:... Continue Reading →
As much as we all may wish for a newer, better and more secure communication tool to replace email, it looks like the legacy Inbox-filling communication tool is going to be with us for some time. And while the underlying technology that authenticates you email accounts has been modernised to not rely on legacy protocols... Continue Reading →
Like many things in Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365), a lot of the advanced and bulk operations aren't possible in the standard web interface, and instead rely on the extensibility of PowerShell. Managing Exchange Online environments is no different, and while the Exchange Online Admin Center is mature and powerful, there are still a large... Continue Reading →
In 2015, I had the privilege of attending the Microsoft Ignite conference on the Gold Coast. While I loaded up my schedule with plenty of sessions on Azure and Office 365, I also made sure to attend as many Surface-centric events as possible: And I managed to get to quite a few. One of the... Continue Reading →