Intune – Deploy required user settings to Windows 10 with powershell

In this blog I would like to describe, how I managed to set required user settings to Windows 10.
Since I still do have an On-Premises environment, in which also File Servers reside and a DFS Namespace is still up and running, I wanted to make sure to get the advantages of using the local network.
So here are my two use-cases to solve:
1. Add a Network location for the DFS Path if the user is logged on On-Premises
2. Modify the local “host” file, to redirect the workfolder clients to the file server internally
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Windows 10 1703 – Remove Universal Windows Platform (UWP) Apps

DON’T Do THIS! Use AppLocker instead! Do not remove any apps from the image

Hi reader,

I would like to share my script to remove windows universal apps, which I have tried to make it simple as possible.
First let me explain, that there seems to exist two different types of Apps which reside within the Windows 10 Image. You can list them with Get-AppxPackage and Get-AppxProvisionedPackage (you need Administrator permission to do so):

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ConfigMgr – Create Office 365 Package through Console

Today I would like to show you, how you can easily create and deploy an Office 365 Application within Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager Console.
Within the ConfigMgr Console navigate to the “Office 365 Client Management” Dashboard, and click on “Office 365 Installer”:
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ConfigMgr – Detect User Centric App-V available Installations

If you are using System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM or ConfigMgr) together with Application Virtualization from the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack, you also might use the option to deploy the software to users. No clue until now, but what, if your deployment is an Available, and Users are installing the Software from the Application catalog website, how do you update the App-V package for those users who have installed the App-V Package? Continue reading

Implement Microsoft Windows Store for Business and Windows 10 Mobile

Today I would like to show you how the newly available Microsoft Windows Store for Business works, and how you implement it for your Windows 10 Mobile users.
The most interesting part for Businesses with the new Store is the fact, that end users do not longer need a Microsoft Account (which is the former Live-ID or MSN Account long time ago), instead they can download and install applications from the store with their Organizational or what I would call them with the Azure Active Directory Account.
To activate the Business Store for your Azure Tenant, you will need to have an Account with the Global Administrator permission (Source). With this account, you can go on to this Location and sign-up for the Business Store. Continue reading