Category: Azure

Deploying Universal Print Printers With PowerShell & Intune

Over the last few weeks I’ve been playing with Universal Print – the cloud print solution developed by Microsoft and I honestly can’t praise it enough. Configuring the “infrastructure” for the solution took me less than 5 minutes.. Seriously – Grab a license (free during the public preview), install and configure a connector on a device with line-of-sight to your printer and finally set the printer shares in the …

Dynamically set the time zone of a device in Intune using Azure Maps & PowerShell

Let me start off by saying I wish I didn’t have to write this post. Setting the correct time zone of a Windows device shouldn’t be this difficult, especially with all of the management possibilities provided to us with Intune and the entire endpoint management stack. But here we are… I get it though. At one point, as Michael Neihaus has written about previously, even if we could configure …

Rapidly build Autopilot VMs with Hyper-V and PowerShell!

Picture this scenario – you are at the pointy end of a major modern management project and it’s time to test every policy, configuration and application at scale and quickly. What do you do? With infinite money, infinite time and a willing client, you take over their VC meeting room and stack dozens of devices on a desk and blast slayer while you verify your builds ( this literally …

Creating Endpoint Security Policies with PowerShell

Keeping up with the rapid momentum of everything in the modern management world is a full time job. It’s exhausting, but it’s also fun. It truly pays to read the “What’s new in Microsoft Intune” on a regular basis. Case in point, late last month, Microsoft announced an updated URL for the Microsoft Endpoint Manager Admin Portal – https://endpoint.microsoft.com, previously https://devicemanagement.microsoft.com. Along with this change to the new and …