Enterprise Mobility End to End // Part 7 – Enterprise State Roaming and Windows Store for Business

The last module if this blog series will cover Enterprise State Roaming and the Windows Store for Business. Enterprise State Roaming (ESR) is part of the “identity convergence” scenario between Active Directory (AD), Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), and a consumer’s Microsoft Account (MSA). In Windows 8.1, MSA users have the ability to roam (sync)…

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Enterprise Mobility End to End // Part 6 – Information and Access Protection

In this we blog chapter will discuss the setup and configuration of Windows Information Protection (WIM), Mobile Application Management (MAM) and Azure Right Management (RMS). As a final result, you will be able to protect corporate data leaked by mistake, have a way to track data leakage for further investigation, block data storage to untrusted…

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Enterprise Mobility End to End // Part 5 – Define Access Conditions

In Part 5 we will focus on Conditional Access, Device Health Attestation and Multi Factor Authentication. Think about a combination of device health status (example: secure boot is enabled) and a location (example: outside of corp network) where you have the option to build powerful access condition policies and enforce MFA when needed. We recommend…

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Enterprise Mobility End to End // Part 4 – Enable BYOD and Passport for Work

  In this module we will discuss the setup for Azure Device Registration following by the configuration of Passport for work. The first Scenario we want to archive is a complete device registration from home to enable BYOD. In addition to the device enrollment we enable Microsoft Passport for Work to replace passwords with strong…

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Enterprise Mobility End to End // Part 3 – Elevate Security using Certificates

The purpose of this module is providing the steps required to implement the Network Device Enrollment Service (NDES) using Configuration Manager with Microsoft Intune. The Network Device Enrollment Service allows network devices to obtain certificates based on the Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP). You can read an overview and details about this service by reviewing…

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Enterprise Mobility End to End // Part 2 – Basic Mobile Device Management

This first technical part will describe how to configure System Center Configuration Manager to manage iOS, Android (including Samsung KNOX), Windows 10 Mobile and Windows 10 devices with the Microsoft Intune online service over the Internet. Followed by a chapter with instructions how to enroll all platform devices to Mobile Device Management (MDM). At the…

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Enterprise Mobility End to End // Part 1 – Introduction

This blog series is intended to document our learning’s during the setup of all required infrastructure component’s you need to build a modern mobility enabled workplace. During the series we will explain all building blocks you need to bring in place implementing a “Enterprise Mobility Solution”. We will only focus on Intune + System Center Configuration…

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The “Mobility Guys”

“The Mobility Guys” is a blog focused on mobility. “The Mobility Guys” is a combined effort. The Mobility Guys is a group of Microsoft Mobility experts working on large scale Early Adoption and often complex Enterprise Mobility solutions. Most of us are architects and subject matter experts working for Microsoft at a global level. Many…

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Active Directory from on-premises to the cloud – Azure AD whitepapers

Just recently the completion of the "Active Directory from on-premises to the cloud – Azure AD whitepapers" series was announced and available here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=36391. This is a fantastic resource for organizations already using Identity Management-as-a-Service (IdMaaS) or planning to use IdMaaS It also includes a new guide describing the Windows 10 integration with IdMaaS including step…

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A guide to Build Your Own Enterprise Mobility Lab

Build Your Own Enterprise Mobility Lab The world is becoming mobile and organizations need to adopt to stay relevant and competitive. When you start working with solutions for mobile devices you will discover quickly  that mobile solutions require new products that offer these new mobile capabilities. This new mobile infrastructure is often not present in most organizations…

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