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@Anonymous - This seems like a flaw in the way the implementation of Intune has been designed in your company (no-offence, just offering help). have you considered using exclusion groups?
I have to add, that I think excluding desktops from bitlocker is a bad idea, though you might have valid reasons. Again design is important, and keeping in mind that there is a shift from device centric to user centric, when we are talking Intune MDM.
My solution, assign compliance policies to the user ONLY, not the device.
I have made a solution for this! Also put a pre-made MSI for this in GitHub, ready to deploy. https://www.iphase.dk/force-reload-intune-powershell-scripts/
Let me know if it needs any adjustments, via Twitter or GitHub issues.
For those that want powershell scripts to run all the time. Look here: https://www.iphase.dk/force-reload-intune-powershell-scripts/
Guys this works. I have a large number of AAD Hybrid W10 devices, and they all get loads of stuff via powershell scripts, Drive maps, chocolatey, weird registry stuff, you name it.
It runs like a dream!
This is something we hear a lot, but there are degrees of server support – just like the desktop client, or just a subset of those features. We would love to get more specific in a survey we just put up here https://microsoft.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_0P65dThvhzD5ZUV. We’ll leave it up until mid January, since the holidays will have some people out of town for a few weeks. Thanks! We look forward to hearing from you!
Some of this is supported now, it was just implemented in Azure Log Analytics / Azure Automation instead.
So if you need Server Update management, Azure Log Analytics and Azure Automation (formerly OMS) is your best bet. Works great IMO.
I can confirm this work is started. We’ll let you have more details about release when we have them.
This is possible via ADMX ingestion for those needing a workaround.
I wrote a blog article explaining how this works, with the Outlook ADMX as an example.
So if you were satisfied with the Outlook GPO, you could follow my guide, and get all the same settings in Intune (might look hard, but it's not)
Thanks, @Nathan. If there’s consensus that Known Folder Move meets the requirements of this request, I can call it “started”
“We are working to integrate the ADMX/ADML packages KFM with Windows Intune later this year.”
This all works now, and the OMA.URI is well documented for this. but a "nice GUI option" would be great for most folk out there :)
You can deploy AirPrint settings for Mac and iOS – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/intune/air-print-settings-ios-macos
You can configure some printer settings under device restrictions for Windows 10 – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/intune/device-restrictions-windows-10
But I’m hearing from a few people that this still doesn’t really help users get to local printers, and that seems the original intent. (@Henrik, if you’re getting this, please weigh in!)
We won’t call this one complete. I’m switching this to “noted”, meaning we know you want it. Thanks again for the feedback!
Powershell and Registry tweaks will be your best bet at this time to deploy printers with custom settings.
This works for all large and small printers I have come across, but it does require some expert level ninja skills (hit me up on twitter if you like @michael_mardahl)
The new Devicemanagement portal offers all you need now.
I would say that this request should be closed, as Intune does fulfill this now,