TA is simply connecting your ConfigMgr environment to the cloud (the Endpoint Manager admin center). It gives ConfigMgr admins a web-based portal to execute specific tasks (we will explore those in a few) that they would only normally have access to in the ConfigMgr console.
Tag: Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager
Schedule a Reboot for Manual installation of Windows 10 Feature Updates
With the various methods of deploying Windows 10 Feature Updates, the Feature Update Rollouts via Application Deployment does not provide restart notifications to the user and as such the device will automatically reboot if the “/noreboot” switch is not added to your batch file or if the switch is added the reboot will not happen … Continue reading Schedule a Reboot for Manual installation of Windows 10 Feature Updates
Microsoft Endpoint Manager – “Defeating Vulnerability Scans”
The Issue In Operations you may get approached by your Security Team from time to time to help them close new Vulnerabilities that have been identified after a Vulnerability Scan was run. It might look like the below and contain a list of Vulnerabilities that need to be addressed. The Investigation If you are lucky … Continue reading Microsoft Endpoint Manager – “Defeating Vulnerability Scans”
Intune DeviceType Reference for Azure Sentinel KQL
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
Digging Deeper into Intune and Azure Sentinel
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
Connecting Intune to Azure Sentinel
We have some deeper integration coming for all endpoints in the future for Azure Sentinel through the standard ATP, DATP, and etc. connectors, but for now you can connect your Intune/Endpoint Manager tenant to Azure Sentinel pretty easily to get started sifting through the available data. It takes less than a few minutes to set … Continue reading Connecting Intune to Azure Sentinel
Microsoft Endpoint Manager – “Ultimate Environment”
Intro I really love building solutions that contain a vast variety of the tools you could ever want or need to do your job. This may be a bit excessive and you might end up with tools you only click once in a blue moon. Never-the-less if you are a Configuration Manager Admin and also … Continue reading Microsoft Endpoint Manager – “Ultimate Environment”
Run PowerShell Script after Configuration Manager Site Backup Maintenance Task.
Now, before I get inundated with "Don't use ConfigMgr Backup, SQL Backup is where it is at..." let me say, I agree with this to a point. You should be using SQL Backup for a variety of reasons the primary of which is Data Compression - ConfigMgr Site Backup Maintenance Task doesn't Compress the Database, … Continue reading Run PowerShell Script after Configuration Manager Site Backup Maintenance Task.
0x8007007B – While Installing Application through Configuration Manager
Picture this - It is Friday afternoon; you have one more application to test before heading home for the weekend. You deploy it to your test machine, you attempt the install and "Failed" with Error 0x8007007B (-2147024773). You don't immediately recognize this error code, so you use CMTrace to look at the AppEnforce.log and you … Continue reading 0x8007007B – While Installing Application through Configuration Manager
Migrate SCCM To Use A New Certificate Authority
In this post, we will look at switching SCCM infrastructure and clients to use a different certificate authority when using HTTPS only mode in SCCM.
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