With an increasing number of companies moving to Intune for endpoint management, more applications must be deployed via Intune to ensure users can access the applications they need to perform job functions. This article walks you through the steps to deploy a legacy application and guides you through converting an .exe installer into an import-ready format for Intune.
Despite the growing acceptance of Azure AD to manage identities, one of its main advantages as a platform that manages and secures identities is Azure AD join (AADJ), which still elicits hesitation amongst many IT professionals. This article delves into the justifications for switching to Azure AD join, breaks down some myths around it, and explains why your default position should be Azure AD join.
The reality is, remote employees and working situations are here to stay. Unfortunately, many organizations have regressed in terms of endpoint security, partly due to the pandemic as well as the subsequent rush to implement remote work solutions. To help make sense of the many technologies out there and determine the best approach for your organization, this article explores different options from the traditional Active Directory domain membership with group policy management, to co-management with Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune.
How to silently deploy the Microsoft Teams desktop client using a PowerShell script and Group Policy.
Recent updates to the OneDrive for Business Group Policy template files make it easier to manage OneDrive sync client settings for your users' computers.
The Office 365 Install Toolkit is a tool that packages an Office 365 client installation into a single executable or MSI package file for deployment.