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Remote App: The Last Whish

Remote App: The Last Whish

In one of my older blogs, I was talking a lot about how and why you don’t always need to go hybrid (HAADJ). I also showed you the kind of problems you could run into. This blog will show you how to make sure your old legacy apps (which are configured as Remote Apps) can be easily deployed to your AADJ devices, so you won’t need the go Hybrid πŸ˜› Please read my blog about HAADJ before you continue…pretty please…

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Last PID.txt Standing

Last PID.txt Standing

This time a small blog, this blog will show you when reinstalling an existing device and enrolling it into autopilot white-glove could get you in trouble sometimes. No red screen like you would expect like I was talking about in this previous blog. This week we were asked to reinstall some existing Azure Ad / Intune enrolled devices before they were handed to some new employees, so we did. Before we reinstalled the device, we made sure the device was…

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Those Magnificent Drivers in Their Flying Microsoft Store, Or How I Flew From The Enrolment Status Page To Paris in 25 hours 11 minutes

Those Magnificent Drivers in Their Flying Microsoft Store, Or How I Flew From The Enrolment Status Page To Paris in 25 hours 11 minutes

After you have read this enormous blog title, I guess you will know this blog will be about some weird behaviour during the ESP. I couldn’t find any documentation about the ESP, this could happen? I will divide this blog into 4 parts. Background Information about the ESP. The problem. Troubleshooting. Fixing it 1.    Background information I thought I already created a blog about this at some point, but I guess not. So here we go! The Enrolment Status Page…

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Let the Right Chromebook in

Let the Right Chromebook in

This blog will be about Chromebooks and MAM. I will also introduce a colleague of mine. He will co-author my blogs from now on, this will be our first joint effort. His name is Mark Uijtdewilligen. Please follow him on LinkedIn: Mark Uijtdewilligen | LinkedIn Today we received a call from a customer who wanted to buy Chromebooks. Our first reaction was “Huh? Why?” (his company is currently undergoing a transformation from a remote desktop environment to a modern MS365…

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