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What if…. Chrome Policies are Failing

What if…. Chrome Policies are Failing

This blog will show you how to troubleshoot the Intune Chrome Device config policy when it’s giving you the famous -2016281112 (remediation failed) error. I will divide this blog into multiple parts: Troubleshooting it! Solving it! Information about the Depracted part 1.Troubleshooting it! Some time ago I got this question on the TechNet forum, so here we go. Blocking chrome extensions but whitelist specific ones – Page 2 – Microsoft Tech Community Of course, we need to make sure that…

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The isEncrypted with Steve Zissou

The isEncrypted with Steve Zissou

This short blog will be about a question I received on Linkedin. The question was about Graph Explorer and why it wasn’t returning the OMA-URI values configured. It only showed some nice **** I will divide this blog into multiple parts Replicating the Problem What Happening? Fixing the Problem Applicatation VS Delegated Permissions Microsoft Has fixed the Application Permissions Issues! I guess Microsoft didnt fix all the Application Permission issues! 1.Replicating the Problem If we need to fix the problem,…

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Endpoint & Security, The Curse of the Were-Applocker

Endpoint & Security, The Curse of the Were-Applocker

This blog will be all about the Endpoint Security series blogs I have written until now and why. If you haven’t read my blogs about it please do! I am going to divide this blog into multiple parts: 1.Why? 2.What’s inside the Endpoint Security Suite? 3.Attack Surface Reduction 4.What’s missing in the Endpoint Security suite? 1.Why? Some time ago I needed to configure Application Guard for a customer but I noticed there wasn’t any real good useful information available… only…

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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 😛 Please read my blog about HAADJ before you continue…pretty please…

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