OneDrive is an amazing product. It allows you to separate what’s important, the data, from the tools used to transform the data,the computer. Your CEOs laptop got dropped in a bathtub? No Problem. Hand them a laptop with Intune & Autopilot and they’ll be back up and running within an hour or so WITH all of their files. Despite it’s integral part to modern device management it has a few quirks that can make it a difficult product to administrate at times.
Businesses pay tens of thousands of $currency for Microsoft Partner consultants to come in, “modernise” their EUC estate, and leave behind a plethora of bugs and issues that shouldn’t exist because said partners are supposed to be “industry experts”. Completely unrelated, an issue I was working on at a client was with their Autopilot setup left behind from an MS partner that was causing a forced reboot mid-ESP. Shortly after entering company credentials, there would be a 10 minute reboot warning and no way to cancel - other than Shift+F10 and running shutdown -a which a normal end user wouldn’t know and shouldn’t need to know.
It’s so easy! All you have to do is know everything about Hugo and the various ways it can be abused! Fork us On github, create a fork of https://github.com/SysManSquad/sysmansquadblogdev, replace the URL below with the correct URL for your fork: Be sure and run the git commands below before running a hugo server or it will cause you all kinds of trouble. 1 2 3 git clone https://github.com/SysManSquad/sysmansquadblogdev git submodule init git submodule update This will download the site code and theme to your computer.
The elevator pitch You want to move your apps from configuration manager to Intune, but you need to keep the configuration manager client on your devices for various other reasons that have nothing to do with apps. If you have switched the co-management workload over to intune, the apps in configuration manager will be visible in both software center and company portal, so how do you signal to your users to use the company portal going forward?
Where is mike? User reports that voice calls in teams no longer worked. The user claimed that he hadn’t changed anything. Leaving us to figure this out ourselves, so we did the usual troubleshooting, trying a new headset, trying to use the browser based teams client. eventually we stumbled upon the culprit, we looked at the microphone settings under the “Security & Privacy” section in the Windows 11 settings app: unmanaged, but the user had manually disabled the microphone permissions for win32 apps the user had some how flipped the switch for “Let desktop apps access your microphone” to off, effectively disabling all microphone access for all win32 based apps on the system (which is why teams app and teams in browser stopped working)
Every year, we have to produce a total of used hours on our compute cluster. The tools for interacting with slurm’s accounting database are complex and the documentation is not very good, so this simple task is incredibly annoying. If you ever have to do this, hopefully you will have an easier time of it. This post is only an example of one way to do the job and there may be better ways.
Intro Have you ever deployed a script that needs to be executed in the system context, but you also need to work with something that is currently running in the user context? Obviously you could just loop through all the user profiles on the system, but thats not always a good idea. Lo and behold, you can simply see who is the owner of the explorer.exe process and use that, Obviously this will not work if no one is logged on.
In cases where an organization does not want to pay the hefty cost of servcenow’s integration hub, there is a way to still be able to import your intune assets into servicenow via the ms service graph api. In this guide, we will be retrieving Intune assets and importing them into the ServiceNow CMDB. Azure Setup Register an app to use Microsoft Graph API: Sign in to the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center using administrative credentials.
About 6 months ago I moved to a new company and, after having been a Windows Admin for basically the previous decade, I’m now a de facto Mac Admin, though I don’t consider myself an expert in macOS or iOS yet. I’m learning quickly, but I also feel like I may have some more conservative views for managing Macs that definitely spill over from my Windows & ConfigMgr days. When I was hired, I knew going in that my first major project would be migrating the entire company from one MDM (Meraki Systems Manger) to another as part of an effort to bring all endpoint management under in-house IT.
In this post, I will show you the steps required to preinstall Windows Terminal (or any signed MSIX Application) to a generalized Windows image. The goal of this post is to create an image of Windows 10 that can be deployed to an IT department that already has Windows Terminal baked into the OS, instead of having to go out to the Windows Store and install it yourself NOTE: This only works on a generalized image.