I was running ConfigMgr 1511 from an upgraded System Center 2012 Configuration Manager R2 SP1 Infrastructure with configured Intune Subscription without a problem for more than a month. But due to my Azure Tenant Name selection more than two years ago, I wanted to change the Tenant name from uncoolname.onmicrosoft.com to hosebei.onmicrosoft.com, because you might already guess it: the SharePoint URL.
Exchange Hybrid and all other Services was not easy, but worked how I planned to do it. But unfortunately the Service Connector did not work after this change, even after changing the Intune Subscription to my new Tenant. Continue reading
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
Hey Reader, yesterday I received my brand new Microsoft Lumia 950, and here is my unboxing video: (hahaha…. ;))
No, not really, but, here are my experiences when it comes to manage a Windows 10 Mobile Device with System Center 2012 Configuration Manager R2 SP1, and I have also installed the latest cumulative Update (at the moment CU2).
So I took the Phone and connected it to my WiFi to be able to access the Internet for enrolling the Device with Intune, which worked perfectly as before on my Windows Phone 8.1:
In this post I would like to cover the topic of the Remote Passcode Change of a Windows Phone 8.1 Device when used as a Intune enrolled, where Intune is integrated to System Center 2012 Configuration Manager.
Open your SCCM Console and navigate to the Device where you would like to reset the Passcode. Right-Click on the Device and select “Remote Device Actions”, in the opening Fly-out choose “Reset Passcode”:
Referring to my last blogpost, I did not receive the Email telling me that my Device is not enrolled or compliant. The following Error was shown inside the Exchange Connector log (EasDisc.log):
ERROR: Failed to call ProcessConditionalAccess of managed COM. error = Unknown error 0x80131500
referring to my old Blogpost, where I described the Integration of the Conditional Access in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager for Exchange Online (Link) and because there was an Update with the Intune Extension to support the On-Premise Exchange Server aswell, I decided to create a new blogpost about this.
The Supported Exchange Versions are currently 2010 and 2013, be sure suing one of them with a current Update Rollup (afaik for 2013 UR6 is required).
And you can use the conditional Access to restrict the EAS connection on the following Devices:
•Windows 8 and later (when enrolled with Intune)
•Windows Phone 8 and later
•Any iOS device that uses an Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) email client
•Android 4 and later. Continue reading