Deploying Wi-Fi profiles using XML files in Intune for Windows 10 devices has been a nightmare, but with the lastest update for Intune, it is now possible to deploy a Wi-Fi configuration profile directly in Intune, like we know it from iOS or Android.
To create a profile, simply open Device configuration -> Profiles -> Create Profile -> Windows 10 and later -> Wi-Fi
You can now deploy Line-of-business apps to macOS by Intune as Required or Available with enrollment. If you’re deploying apps as Available with enrollment the end users can get the apps by using the Company Portal for macOS or the Company Portal website.
Microsoft has changed the that the users see when a device is out-of-compliance. I have seen many users who have contacted IT support due to the message without knowing what to do – hopefully this will solve the problem 🙂
The following before and after text is one example of the improvements in messaging you’ll see:
- Before: This device hasn’t contacted the Intune service in the specified time period required by your IT admin. To resolve this issue, please open the company portal app on your device and click on the Check Compliance button.
- After: Your device has not checked in with your organization in a while. To reestablish a connection, open the Company Portal app on your device and tap Check Settings for your device.
It is now possible to deploy the sAMAccountName as username in email profiles for Android, iOS, and Windows 10 within Intune.
- The sAMAccountName attribute from your on-premises Active Directory environment must be synced to Azure AD
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