Setting Environmental Variables with Intune and proactive remediations

Jóhannes Geir KristjánssonEndpoint Management, How-To, Intune, Powershell, Proactive Remediation, WindowsLeave a Comment

As you may have noticed by now, there doesn’t seem to be any nice built in way to set environmental variables in intune 🙁 The Problem Setting a user environmental variable using powershell is an easy task to accomplish, you basically just run the following: This works just fine, but won’t take effect until the user either reboots or signs … Read More

Setting A Default Outlook Signature in Outlook using Intune Proactive Remediations

Jóhannes Geir KristjánssonEndpoint Management, Intune, Powershell, Proactive Remediation, Windows1 Comment

So you have already figured out how to dynamically generated outlook signatures, but now you want to make sure that people actually use them. but without preventing the use of other signatures your users might have. Well it just so happens that I have a solution for you! To do all this, we create a new Proactive Remediation in Intune. … Read More

Updated Modern Driver/BIOS Management with CMG Support

CharlesEndpoint Management, MECM/MEMCM/SCCM, Powershell, Task Sequence7 Comments

Hello, This is a long and overdue update on a solution I started working on last year to allow my organization to use the modern driver management solution without the need of the custom webservice. I also wanted the solution to use the built-in task sequence steps as much as possible to allow other administrators to customize the solution to … Read More

Keeping Up with Distribution Points

Brett AndersonEndpoint Management, MECM/MEMCM/SCCM, Powershell, Scripting3 Comments

Distribution Points are great, but they can often be a huge annoyance. Getting content distributed is one thing, but then making sure it STAYS distributed, and old things are getting cleaned up, and making sure all the content hashes are correct, etc. It’s easy to feel like you’re constantly drowning in a sea of DP warnings and errors. Luckily, there’s … Read More

Finding Azure Virtual Machines in Configuration Manager

Nic WendlowskyAzure, Endpoint Management, MECM/MEMCM/SCCM, Powershell, WindowsLeave a Comment

A request came in from my System Admin group to push certain policies only to VMs hosted in Azure. Currently, they had a naming convention being used (well, supposed to be used) to simply prefix the hostname with AZ-, but they came across a couple Domain Controllers that hadn’t installed Updates in 7+ months, and of course the names didn’t … Read More

Automating Outside of Business Hours Responses

Kevin CrouchAzure, Endpoint Management, Graph, How-To, Microsoft, Powershell, ScriptingLeave a Comment

Have you ever had customers emailing in outside of hours? In this post we will setup some scripted automatic maintenance of Auto-Reply responses on a user account. We considered several possibilities but the customer did not have an Azure Subscription yet, we ended up using PowerShell, Microsoft Graph, App Authentication, and a Scheduled Task.