SCCM 2012 R2 SP1 – New Intune Features: Block Apps natively and deploy a iOS custom profile

Hi there,
finally I got time to check, which new Features was brought to us System Center 2012 configuration Manager guys with the R2 SP1 update. My interests were on the iOS and Windows Management. And for both of them, some nice Features were added.

Blocking Apps
The availability of blocking Apps is now supported through the normal configuration, rather than using OMA-URIs as before (https://blog.hosebei.ch/2014/11/10/sccm-2012-r2-windows-phone-8-1-black-listing-apps-and-vendors/). You can create a Configuration Item with the specific Settings: Continue reading

SCCM 2012 R2 – Create your own Windows Phone 8.1 App and deploy it with SCCM/Intune

Hey, here’s Martin.

Today I decided to create a simple App to demonstrate how you can deploy our own Apps within System Center 2012 Configuration Manager R2 connected to Microsoft Intune.

Before you begin: Be sure that you have a Code Signing Certificate for windows mobile Devices.

Everything starts with Visual Studio Express 2013 for Windows, you can get it for free from Microsoft. Continue reading

SCCM 2012 R2 MDM – Deploy an Apple ipa file to an iOS Device – The complete Guide

Hey, here’s Martin again. Today I would like to write down what is needed to deploy an Application to a iOS Device.

First, get on the Hard Facts:
-SCCM 2012 R2 with Intune Subscription and activated Apple Mobile Device Management (http://www.windows-noob.com/forums/index.php?/topic/9586-how-can-i-manage-modern-devices-using-system-center-2012-r2-configuration-manager-part-2/ )
-An .ipa file build as Enterprise or Ad-Hoc
-The iPhone Configuration Utility to create the
-.plist File
-knowledge that the apps will not appear in the Company store!
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SCCM 2012 – Get from Content ID to the Name of an Application with Powershell

Hey there, here’s Martin again.

Today I needed to get the Name of an application based on a Content Id from the ContentTransferManager.log:
CTM job {6B767521-D8A8-410B-A572-AF4F6AFD4457} (corresponding DTS job {1EFC1FD9-C3B1-4B25-B879-18EC8F5CD152}) started download from ‘http://$FQDN_DP/SMS_DP_SMSPKG$/Content_b6256e4e-0278-4264-8e7c-b8fea60684d5.1’ for full content download.
ContentTransferManager.log Continue reading