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  1. Introduction I've come across various problems during Windows Autopilot causing OOBE to fail that could be solved if only we could decide the order of when things were installed, and to resolve this in a nice way we wanted to dynamically populate an Azure AD group that could be targeted with a device configuration profile. That would mean that we could target sensitive policies to devices after enrollment instead of during enrollment allowing for a smoother, less error prone experience. Being able to apply a profile after Autopilot is finished requires knowing when Autopilot is actua
  2. We're trying to set up a Cloud Management Gateway and following the regular guides all works fine until one of the last steps, the actual creation of the CMG in Azure. At the beginning of the wizard I just log in to my Azure admin account that I used to set up all other parts. The wizard then auto-populates all Azure fields and finds the correct resource group. When clicking finish it shows the error: Error occurred when granting Contributor permission to the Azure AD app for resource group RG-SCCM-CMG. For more information, see SmsAdminUI.log When checking SmsAdminUI.log we see:
  3. Hi All, Currently managing SCCM infrastructure for K-12 School District. Since we are currently on stay at home orders, I've researched Cloud Management Gateway to be able to patch / deploy software to clients over the internet. We have very few concurrent VPN licenses and the client is not installed on everyone's machine. All Devices are already Hybrid Azure Joined through SCCM. I successfully setup CMG using a cloudapp.net address... IF a user connects through VPN, their client will update and then CMG works great! So my question is as follows: How can I get clien
  4. Introduction Those of you who regularly read my guides know that I favor using Hyper-V over VMware for virtual machine work. I like the seamless integration with Windows and the fact that it comes built in to Windows 10. This blog post is about backing up your Hyper-V virtual machines on Windows Server 2016 to Microsoft Azure Cloud Storage using Altaro VM backup software, their software does show the process in 3 steps, but in reality, you need to do more things which I've detailed below. Step 1. Configure Azure Cloud Storage If you've already done this, please skip to step 2 ot
  5. Introduction In a previous post you reviewed what Windows Information Protection (WIP) is and how you can configure Intune to use it, you then deployed a WIP policy to a group of users and verified the end result on a Azure AD joined (with Auto-MDM enrollment) Windows 10 version 1703 device. If you are still not familiar with WIP then I'd recommend you review this blog post from Microsoft, it covers it really well. The graphic below also gives you a nice indication of where WIP fit's in to your information protection needs and how it fits neatly into the Data Separation and Leak Prot
  6. Introduction Devices can be enrolled into Microsoft Intune in many ways, the user can download the Microsoft Company Portal, and enroll the device using the wizard contained within that app, this would then mean the device shows up as Personal owned. Or, the admin can use Bulk Enrollment methods such as Apple Device Enrollment Program or Apple Configurator (which requires an Apple Mac to run the program) or for Windows devices, use Windows AutoPilot. Keep in mind that bulk enrollment is generally for new devices and not devices that have already been deployed. When you join new Windo
  7. Please refer to this link from this point forward.
  8. I currently administer a single, on-premise, MP with ~60 local DPs spread globally. We have around 7500 devices and 4000 users. At present the MP, SQL and foundations all live in the UK, and this is causing a bit of grief for our APAC sites, when pulling down TS policies for OSD etc... We're needing/wanting to spin up a 16xx instance of SCCM anyway, but have been wondering if/how feasible a Cloud Based MP and feature rich site system server would be if based in Azure for example. The rough plan would be... MP (Azure VM, EMEA) DB (Azure SQL, EMEA) DP (Azure VM, 1 per reg
  9. As title says I am having some issues with my Azure cloud distribution point. First some info about my Azure cloud setup: It is set up with 2 certificates with common name of my FQDN to my Windows Azure. Exported them to the sccm-site server. Configmgr group have read and enroll rights. 1 certificate (.cer) is without a key, uploaded to Windows Azure. Second key (.pfx) was used when setting up cloud dp in the SCCM console. It was set up successfully as far as i can tell and according to the cloudmgr.log on SCCM-server: Deployment instance status for service 75dcea72c6724f99a68bcda7 is S
  10. Hi, dear mates... Firstly, I would like to say thanks for many of the posts about SCCM2012 that have helped me to know better SCCM2012 and begin to understand it. Anyway, I'm still a rookie on this system. On the other hand I've several problems configuriying my SCCM environment. This is my scenario: I have all the infraestructure in one server, located on Azure. The server is only for admin SCCM 2012 R2 (version 5.0.8239.100, (with the hotfix KB3073015 installed -CU5 not applicable-). WS 2012 R2 and SQL2012. I need it ,basically, for admin the security and updates of 30 workgroup windows m
  11. I'm planning an upgrade to sccm 2012. I have multiple sites through out the globe. Most do not have very fast connections. Would I be able to use a cloud DP using Azure and point these clients to that DP? i thought I read somewhere that clients can not download windows updates from Azure,is that true? What functions be available from Azure? Another option I was thinking of at some of these smaller sites was Branch cache. Would I have to designate one client as a branch cache or does every client become a branch cache?
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