Android QR Code Device Enrollment Portal step-by-step

When you don’t want to provide Intune permissions to the servicedesk because they only need to scan a QR Code for enrolling Android dedicated devices building a portal isn’t a bad idea. I have been playing around with the roles and the permissions within Intune and haven’t found a way to provide permissions to the…

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Microsoft Tunnel Gateway Setup step-by-step – Part 3

Before configuring Microsoft Tunnel on the Linux machine a site and server configuration must be present within Microsoft Intune. Create the server configuration The server configuration is intended to create a single configuration that includes IP address ranges, DNS servers and split-tunneling rules. This configuration can be applied to multiple servers and maintained from the…

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Microsoft Tunnel Gateway Setup step-by-step – Part 2

First step is to build a Linux Server, deploy Docker and configure a certificate. Create Linux Server I decided to setup a Linux server my Azure tenant and followed this guide from Microsoft: Create a Linux VM in Azure with multiple NICs – Azure Virtual Machines | Microsoft Docs Create FireWall ports After the machine…

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Microsoft Tunnel Gateway Setup step-by-step – Part 1

At Ignite 2020, Microsoft announced the preview of Microsoft MS Tunnel Gateway. Microsoft MS Tunnel Gateway is a solution that allows Intune enrolled iOS and Android devices to access on-premises apps and resources. You can find the announcement with demo here: Introducing Microsoft Tunnel for remote access to corporate resources from iOS and Android –…

Intune – Detect and block malware

The build in Microsoft Defender AntiVirus on Windows 10 has a nice capability to protect you from malware. This feature is called block at first sight, this feature is introduced since Windows 10 build 1803. It can block non portable executable files like Javascript, Visual Basic script or macro and it can block regular exe.…