Arnab Mitra

Protect unmanaged or 3rd party MDM managed iOS/Android devices with MDE

Mobile devices are increasingly targeted by cyberattacks that can compromise your data, privacy, and productivity. To protect your devices from these threats, you need a Mobile Threat Defense (MTD) solution that can detect and respond to malicious activities on your device and network. Microsoft Defender for Endpoint is a unified endpoint security platform that provides […]

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Zero Touch Enrollment of MDE on iOS/iPadOS devices managed by Intune

Microsoft Defender for Endpoint (MDE) is a unified endpoint security platform that helps protect your devices from advanced threats. MDE on iOS/iPadOS devices provides protection against phishing and unsafe network connections. To use MDE on iOS devices, you need to enroll them in Microsoft Intune, a cloud-based service that helps you manage and secure your

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Onboarding Intune Managed iOS User Enrollment Devices to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint

Microsoft Defender for Endpoint is a unified endpoint security platform that provides protection, detection, investigation, and response capabilities. To use Microsoft Defender for Endpoint on iOS devices, you need to onboard them to the service and assign licenses to users. This blog post explains the onboarding process of the recently announced support of Microsoft Defender

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Autopilot Hybrid Join Over VPN In Azure Lab

As an IT admin you plan to ship new devices to end users which can join the on-premises AD (Active Directory) by leveraging Autopilot with Intune for device management. This post is a walkthrough of evaluating the Autopilot Hybrid join over VPN scenario in a lab environment hosted in Azure. Infrastructure I have added steps

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Co-Management of Windows Updates Workloads

This post is about co-managing the Windows Update policies workload between Configuration Manager and Intune. Overview Organizations today are looking for an integrated endpoint management platform which can ensure all devices whether owned by the business or personally owned stay secure, are managed and always up to date. This demands the most secure desktop and

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Rename Hybrid Joined Computers deployed via Autopilot

Traditionally, IT pros spend a lot of time building and customizing images that will later be deployed to devices. Windows Autopilot introduces a new approach. From the user’s perspective, it only takes a few simple operations to make their device ready to use. From the IT pro’s perspective, the only interaction required from the end

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Co-Management of Office Click-to-Run apps Workload

This post is about co-managing the Office click-to-run apps workload between Configuration Manager and Intune. A co-managed device gives you the flexibility to use the solution that works best for your organization by allowing it to be managed concurrently with both Configuration Manager and Intune. Lean more about co-management here: http://aka.ms/comanagement Scenarios When we talk

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Update Compliance on Co-Managed Devices

Your organization may be interested to block access to corporate resources (Like E-Mail, SharePoint, etc.) based on Software Updates compliance of the device. What does it mean for the end user? Simply put, they should have the most recent patches installed on their devices. This eventually helps organizations to meet/increase their compliance goals they have

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