IE Mode on Microsoft Edge provides compatibility for legacy sites that require Internet Explorer 11. IE Mode enables users to access modern and legacy sites using a single browser. Users no longer need to switch between browsers to access legacy intranet sites. IE mode supports ActiveX controls such as Java and Silverlight, and it also supports Internet Explorer settings and group policies that affect Protected Mode and security zone settings. In this final post of the two-part series, I will create the Enterprise Site Mode List XML file and test the configured sites to confirm that the specified sites can be successfully opened in IE Mode on Microsoft Edge.
IE Mode on Microsoft Edge provides compatibility for legacy sites that require Internet Explorer 11. IE Mode enables users to access modern and legacy sites using a single browser. Users no longer need to switch between browsers to access legacy intranet sites. IE mode supports ActiveX controls such as Java and Silverlight, and it also supports Internet Explorer settings and group policies that affect Protected Mode and security zone settings. In part one of this two-part series, I will configure IE Mode using Group Policy and Microsoft Intune.
As you start to connect your Intune/Endpoint Manager logs to Azure Sentinel, you may see right away that there's a DeviceType column exposed that looks valuable but the results show ID numbers instead of just device names. This DeviceType column is directly related to the DeviceTypeID for Intune device entities. As an example, the following … Continue reading Intune DeviceType Reference for Azure Sentinel KQL
Last week I finally found some time to start digging into managing security for Intune-enrolled devices with Azure Sentinel. Obviously, the first thing that had to be done was to connect Intune data to Azure Sentinel. Read about how to do that here: Connecting Intune to Azure Sentinel. The next step was to ensure that … Continue reading Digging Deeper into Intune and Azure Sentinel
Before starting into the troubleshooting part, let me just give you an overview of my lab environment: 1 Primary site TP2005 upgraded to TP2006Management Point in HTTPS modePublic SSL Cert on the CMGClient are Hybrid/and AAD joined Scenario: Co-Management over CMG was working fine until I upgraded to TP2006... After the upgrade clients on the … Continue reading Cloud Management Gateway Troubleshooting Deepdive HTTP/1.1 500 CMGConnector_InternalServerError
We recently published a bunch of great articles with regards to Servicing Windows and Microsoft Apps for Enterprise (formally known as Office 365 Pro Plus) to help you overcome challenges you might face when it comes to Work from home scenarios. So as we want our devices stay healthy and secure as well in those … Continue reading Resources on Servicing the Modern Workplace and WFH
There are known issues with Autopilot with regards to mixing LOB Apps and Win32 Apps that install MSI's that may cause the Application Installation to Fail. As a result, wrapping even the simplest of MSI as a Win32 App ensures success in Autopilot Deployments... I'm not going to go into wrapping Win32 Apps, you can … Continue reading Deploy Configuration Manager Client through Intune, namely Autopilot…
COVID-19 has in many ways changed the way we work and how IT departments manage users and devices. With remote work continuing for the unforeseeable future, I decided to write this article to demonstrate how easy it is to deploy the new Microsoft Edge browser on Windows 10 and macOS using Microsoft Intune.
Hi, I am Jyoti Prakash, part of SI IGD, based out of Bangalore, India. This blog gives you a glimpse of what Intune Graph API is all about and how to use it. What is Graph API? The Microsoft Graph API for Intune enables programmatic access to Intune information for your tenant; the API provides … Continue reading How To: Graph API to export Intune Managed Devices