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INTUNE – Intune and Autopilot Part 4 – Enroll your first device

First published on MSDN on Nov 27, 2018 In the last blog posts, INTUNE – Intune and Autopilot Part 1 – The Blueprint INTUNE – Intune and Autopilot Part 2 – Setting up your environment Intune and Autopilot Part 3 – Preparing your environment we guided you through all the necessary steps to get your […]

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INTUNE – Intune and Autopilot Part 3 – Preparing your environment

First published on MSDN on Oct 11, 2018To be able to start using AutoPilot, there are some prerequisites. We are going to start with company branding. For AutoPilot, the Sign-in page text and the “Square logo image”, highlighted below, need to be specified. The other are optional Specify your sign-in page text, and upload your

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INTUNE – Intune and Autopilot Part 1 – The Blueprint

First published on MSDN on Sep 17, 2018The previous blog posts were all about packaging and manual deployment of MSIX packages. As promised we will start covering the different scenarios around deploying these packages. With Modern IT in mind, our first scenario is cloud based, first Intune and Azure based deployment is focused. So why

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MSIX – The MSIX Packaging Tool – Using the first package

First published on MSDN on Sep 11, 2018In our previous blog post we created our first MSIX package, now it’s finally time to  install the MSIX package, and launch the application! We will not go into the details of the different deployment scenario’s. We’ll leave that for a later blog post. Main goal is to

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MSIX – The MSIX Packaging Tool – signing the MSIX package

First published on MSDN on Sep 06, 2018So, as we noticed a certificate is needed to sign the MSIX package. Especially for those with a history in packaging, signing an AppX/MSIX-package could potentially be the first time you’re ever faced with the requirement. So…. Why should we sign packages? Signing code or binaries nowadays is

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MSIX – The MSIX Packaging Tool – Creating the first package

First published on MSDN on Aug 13, 2018In an earlier post we spoke about preparing the MSIX packaging machine. Now we describe using the MSIX packaging tool for the first time. We recommend starting with a ‘simple’ application first. For example, Remote Desktop Connection Manager .The use of MSIX is of course not focused on

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MSIX – The MSIX Packaging Tool (Preview) available for Windows 10 insiders

First published on MSDN on Aug 06, 2018The preview of the MSIX Packaging Tool has now been released and made it into the Store. Windows 10 Insiders both Slow and Fast Ring can download the package from the store and see what the future of packaging looks like. Before we move on to the MSIX

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App-V Auto Sequencing Part 4 – Automate the sequencing process further

App-V Auto Sequencing Part 1, the blueprint App-V Auto Sequencing Part 2 – Preparing the Host and VM App-V Auto Sequencing Part 3 – Auto Sequence Applications App-V Auto Sequencing Part 4 – Automate the sequencing process further Now we are able to use the sequencer using PowerShell cmdlets, we can take this a step

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App-V Auto Sequencing Part 3 – Auto Sequence Applications

App-V Auto Sequencing Part 1, the blueprint App-V Auto Sequencing Part 2 – Preparing the Host and VM App-V Auto Sequencing Part 3 – Auto Sequence Applications App-V Auto Sequencing Part 4 – Automate the sequencing process further In the previous post we prepared our host machine and VM, now we can start using this

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