When you Finish saving the January Optional Updates

When you Finish saving the January Optional Updates

This blog will be about Patch Tuesday and how to deal with those additional OOB updates when you configured some nice Windows Update for Business (WUfB) rings. By now, I guess everyone heard the news about the Microsoft January 2022-01 Updates that could break your Domain Controller (DC) or your IKE connection. If not please bing/google it…. I will divide this blog into multiple parts The issue explained The first attempt The second attempt Results Microsoft their solution 1. The…

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The OOBE Massacre: The Beginning of Shift F10

The OOBE Massacre: The Beginning of Shift F10

This will be my first blog after I took a short break from “blogging” as I didn’t feel the urge to start writing about some ideas. Maybe because it had something to do with me having Covid and being in Quarantine…. but I am back… Please note: This blog will be an addition to my last blog about Autopilot and the local account massacre. I guess the name just says it all… it has something to do with the OOBE…

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The Return of the Autopilot Local Account Massacre

The Return of the Autopilot Local Account Massacre

This blog will be about “something” old we need to beware of. This blog has something to do with Autopilot and performing a lockdown on the device to make sure the possibility to “set up Windows with a local account” will be disabled Some weeks ago a customer called us that his new device wasn’t working. I am going to explain what happened. I will divide this blog into multiple parts. Locking down the “Change Account” options The Real issue…

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Code Name: The Log Cleaner

Code Name: The Log Cleaner

This blog will show you how to deal with some Sensitive Information that could end up in the Intune Management Agent Executor Log files. Some time ago, I wrote the blog about how you could implement LAPS with Intune by using Proactive Remediations. While writing that blog, I also needed to show everyone how you could deal with sensitive information in those logs, but now I decided it needed a blog on its own. I will divide this blog into…

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