Skype for Business is being rolled out this month! Did you set your Office 365 Tenant to always receive the latest versions of software?
Version 1.6 of OneDriveMapper will now persistently label your drive, previously it would not remember the label if the registry keys for this setting did not roam with your profile.
Thanks to Mark R, who reported the issue, the script can now also properly show popups requesting a password when run as a hidden window by Group Policy.
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Are you considering deploying Intune? Then here are a few things you really need to know:
There is no universal enrollment experience accross devices or OS’es
When you direct your users to your Intune Portal, the portal attempts to detect the OS you’re running. If it detects Windows 7 or 8, it will display a prompt to enroll your device, the user has to download a client and wait for at least an hour, reboot for updates, etc etc. Quite a hassle, not every user will intuitively understand this process.
On Windows 8.1 or on mobile devices (iOS, Android, Windows Phone) Continue reading Think, before you InTune
When you’re using both ADFS and Intune, you may want to save your users the annoying redirect after they type in their UPN when they access ADFS secured resources.
I personally like simplicity, so to build a fast and effective method for logging in to the Intune Portal (could be used for other things too) I did the following: Continue reading ADFS SmartLink for the Intune Portal
Version 1.5 of OneDriveMapper features a new Parameter: driveLabel. Setting this parameter makes the OneDriveMapper script customize the label the network drive shows in Windows Explorer.
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