Yeah, finally it’s here!
Many companies has requested this for a long time, and now it’s possible to restrict enrollment for Windows corporate owned device only in Intune. I know for sure that this has been a blocker in many organization, which has made the shift to modern management for Windows 10 impossible, with this new feature the show can go on 🙂
First you need to sign-in to the Microsoft 365 Device Management portal and then Device enrollment
Now go to Enrollment restrictions -> Default (or Create restriction if you want to test it for a small group of users)
Go to Properties -> Configure
Change ‘Windows (MDM)’ to Block to prevent your users from enrolling a personal owned Windows devices into Intune.
When your users is trying to enroll a personal owned Windows device, they will see the following message, and the device will not be enrolled.
With the update of Intune yesterday (27 August 2018), you can now assign a user to a single Autopilot device.
Admins will also be able to give friendly names to greet the user when setting up their device with Autopilot.
Applies to: the most recent Windows Insider build (while in preview).
National Cyber Security Centre has updated their guidance for secure configuration of Windows 10 1803 “April 2018 Update”.
This guidance has been updated to cover the 1803 “April 2018 Update” of Windows 10 Enterprise. It builds on the previous Windows 10 ALPHA Mobile Device Management (MDM) guidance.
The guidance can be found here
Tomorrow I will host a webinar about how to increase data protection and still keep the flexibility for your employees with Microsoft 365.
The webinar will be in Danish and starts tomorrow (Wednesday August 22) at 10:30 to 11:15:
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Remember to join my webinar August 22, where I’m talking about how to increase data protection and still keep the flexibility for your employees with Microsoft 365.
The webinar will be in Danish and starts Wednesday, August 22 at 10:30 to 11:15
Join the Webinar