Drive Letters: The Demon Barber of Sharepoint Street

Drive Letters: The Demon Barber of Sharepoint Street

This blog will be about some SharePoint drive letter mapping with a CSP. In one of my latest blogs, I showed you why you don’t necessarily need to hybrid join your devices to get an SSO to your on-premise file servers and legacy apps. I even showed you how you could map Drive letters by using a CSP in Intune. Deliver us from Hybrid – Call4Cloud Do you still need Azure Hybrid Ad? Like I showed you in an earlier…

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IMECache: Attack of the Cleaner

IMECache: Attack of the Cleaner

This blog will show you what happens when you are trying to install a Win32app which is deployed by serviceui.exe and how to troubleshoot errors.  Of course, I will show you how to solve a particular problem. I will divide this blog into 5 parts Describing each phase and where to find it in the log Background info about Serviceui.exe The problem itself Troubleshooting the Problem The Solution 1.Win32 App IME installation phases When you want to monitor or troubleshoot…

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Three Intune Power Settings outside Ebbing Missouri

Three Intune Power Settings outside Ebbing Missouri

This short blog will be about some new long-awaited Intune Power Settings. I guess everyone knows this problem. How to make sure your hard disk is not going to take a nap after some idle time? I am going to divide this blog into 2 parts. In the first part, I will show you which options you had until now. The second part will be about how we could do it in the future. Until now: Until now, you hadn’t…

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The Sysnative Witch Project

The Sysnative Witch Project

An old one, but still necessary when you are deploying a win32 app and you have to make sure some 64 bits registry keys are configured before you could install the application. I was inspired to write this blog after a question on the Technet community website about this topic. In this blog, I will first show you the differences where data is stored on a 64 bits device and secondly I will show you why deploying a 64 bits…

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Exodus: Teams and Applocker

Exodus: Teams and Applocker

This blog will show you when you are deploying the Microsoft 365 Apps from Intune why teams sometimes is being installed in the Programdata folder and other times in the user’s localappdata folder and why the teams update functionality could break. I am going to split this blog into 2 parts. First, some background information about the two installations options you have and the second part will be about the issue itself and how to solve it. Installations options: Before…

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Alice and the Device Certificate

Alice and the Device Certificate

This blog will show you how to start troubleshooting when some features of the company portal aren’t working anymore. Some features that stopped working were: App installations and syncing problems. While troubleshooting, it really took me down into the rabbit hole. In one of my last blogs, I showed you which steps you could take to implement Adminless and how to make sure the end-user experience is still great. Dude, Where’s my Admin? – Call4Cloud Almost at the same time,…

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Dude, Where’s my Admin?

Dude, Where’s my Admin?

This blog will be about problems you could encounter when you are deploying Adminless and of course how to solve each problem. I will guide you through the whole Adminless process. When you are migrating to the Modern Workplace you will need to make sure, your end users do not have local admin permissions.  There should really be no discussion. *Source: Microsoft Vulnerabilities Report 2021 | BeyondTrust (great report!!) Okay so what options do we have to make sure the user is…

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PowerShell: the Killer Queen

PowerShell: the Killer Queen

This blog will show you which options you have in Intune when you want to deploy a PowerShell script with an HKCU registry change but of course, you blocked PowerShell.exe on your Windows 10 Endpoints. I am also going to explain why you need to block PowerShell or which defences you need to put in place when you are allowing it. When you are allowing your employees to run PowerShell you could be exposed to an Insider threat. The employee…

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Keeping up with the new OneDrive 64 Bits Version

Keeping up with the new OneDrive 64 Bits Version

Last week the new OneDrive 64 bits version was released. I could not find any information about the 300k limit or if the limit was gone so I decided to test it myself. Let’s see how the new x64 bits OneDrive is handling a lot of new files… something like:350.000 And how the .dat file will be growing when all the files are uploaded. I created multiple batches to create a lot of files to multiple OneDrive folders. UPDATE 13-04-2012…

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Battle for the planet of the Credential providers

Battle for the planet of the Credential providers

Choosing between Windows Hello or the Microsoft Authenticator App to login to your Windows 10 Azure Ad joined device can be hard, I hope this blog explains why. Last Friday 09-04, I was experimenting with Windows Hello and trying to remove the Password Credential Provider {60b78e88-ead8-445c-9cfd-0b87f74ea6cd}. It was a deep dive into Windows hello for business (WHfB) with all of its pro’s and con’s, that’s also the reason why I was very surprised and happy to listen to the MS…

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