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  1. Introduction Occasionally you want to inform users about something, such as the need to update or install software, and the easiest way to do that is with some sort of a popup notification. The ability to do that in Microsoft Intune is not currently available in the product although it is a Uservoice item in progress. In the meantime however, if you need to send a notification to users of Windows devices in Microsoft Intune, it's possible using PowerShell and here's how to do it. The idea here is that you can customize the PowerShell script to deliver the message you want (and if nec
  2. I've created an PDF that contains the content of the series I did about integrating Microsoft Intune and System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager with Single Sign-On. All the following parts are covered in the PDF: How to integrate Microsoft Intune and System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager with Single Sign-On – Part 1: Introduction and prerequisites; How to integrate Microsoft Intune and System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager with Single Sign-On – Part 2: Install and configure Active Directory Federation Service; How to integrate Microsoft Intune and System Center 2012 R2 Confi
  3. In the first part of this blog series I went through the introduction and the prerequisites, in the second part I went through the installation and configuration of AD FS and in the third part I went through the directory synchronization. This fourth part of the blog series will finally be about ConfigMgr and Microsoft Intune. During this part the last configurations will be done to get the required UPNs to ConfigMgr and to synchronize this information to Microsoft Intune. Synchronize new UPN to ConfigMgr To correctly synchronize the correct user information via Microsoft Intune, it is requir
  4. In the first part of this blog series I went through the introduction and the prerequisites and in the second part I went through the installation and configuration of AD FS. This third part of the blog series will be all about configuring, configuring and configuring. First it's required to add the public domain name to the Microsoft Online Services, then I'll add the public domain name as a UPN to the users and then I'll enable active directory synchronization. Enable Active Directory Synchronization The first thing is that I have to enable Active Directory synchronization in the Microsoft
  5. In the first part of this blog series I went through the introduction and the prerequisites. This second part of the blog series will be all about installing and configuring Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) and the AD FS proxy, which is the Web Application Proxy (WAP) in Server 2012 R2. AD FS will be used to federate with Microsoft Azure AD for the authentication of the user’s on-premises. Install Active Directory Federation Services The first thing that’s required is to install is AD FS. This installation will be done through PowerShell on the CLDSRV01. To install AD FS use the
  6. Introduction In this blog series I’m going to show how to setup a basic configuration of Microsoft Intune, integrated with System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager, in combination with and on-premises Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) for a single sign-on experience. After successfully completing this blog series a user will be able to use his on-premises credentials to access the services of Microsoft Intune. As part of setting up single sign-on, it’s also required to set up directory synchronization. Together, these features integrate the local and cloud directories. It’s only
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