Client Update Process

I’m Aaron Czechowski, a senior program manager on the Windows Intune engineering team. This is the first in a three-part series on topics surrounding Windows Intune client behavior when the Windows Intune team publishes a client update. We’ve recently heard a lot of feedback from customers on client update behavior so wanted to provide more…


Expanding optional software features: New devices, new apps and BYOD

Software Installation in Windows Intune – a Potted History The first release of Windows Intune – announced at MMS 2011 – was primarily an IT Pro-centric release. We focused on delivering an essential range of features allowing administrators to manage and secure corporate PCs. This included update management (“WSUS in the cloud”), anti-malware protection, software and…


Deploying Windows 8 apps using Windows Intune (new DevRadio Episode)

With the release last week of Windows 8 and Windows RT, developers are excited to take advantage of these new platforms, creating rich and immersive applications. For many, the Windows Store (and/or the Windows Phone Store) is a great way to publish apps to the widest possible audience. For Line of Business (LOB) app developers…


Moving to the new Windows Intune release

As most of you know, Microsoft released an updated version of Windows Intune in June 2012.  In today’s blog post we’ll walk through the process to activate your new features in Windows Intune, how the process will work and everything you need to know to jump into the June 2012 release. In July, each of…

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Mobile Application Distribution Capabilities in Windows Intune June 2012 Release

This post was written by two of Windows Intune Mobile feature PM’s – Sharon Nakibly and Yuval Goldstein. In their words: We’re Sharon and Yuval – two program managers from the Windows Intune team. We’d like to tell you about the mobile application distribution capabilities in the Windows Intune June 2012 release. Windows Intune lets you upload and deploy…


Windows Intune Commercial Availability

Microsoft has released a major update to Windows Intune that will add a host of much-awaited features, including the ability to import your Active Directory User and Security Groups; mobile device management; the introduction of information worker portals, and more. If you are not familiar with Windows Intune, we recommend that you read the Windows…

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Using Windows Intune to Mitigate Malware

As we outlined on the Microsoft Security Response Center blog, the update released with Security Advisory 2718704 invalidated unauthorized digital certificates that were used in targeted attacks. In addition to the security advisory, we have also developed a critical update available through Windows Intune to protect customers. Microsoft recommends that customers approve and deploy this…

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