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O Removable Storage, Where Art Thou?

O Removable Storage, Where Art Thou?

I guess it’s time for the sixth part of the Endpoint Security Series. This time I will walk you through what Microsoft Defender Device Control is, how to configure it in Intune and how it works. I will divide this blog into 9 parts  Information about device control. Configuring Device Control in Intune Results of Blocking Specific Hardware Results of preventing Write Access Removable Storage Deploy printer protection on Windows Digger deeper Logging Removing/Changing the policy Conclusion 1.Information about device control  Microsoft Defender for…

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Captain App Protection and the Winter Browser

Captain App Protection and the Winter Browser

This blog will be about why only securing your Mobile apps and desktop clients on IOS and Android devices will leave some holes in your security! In one of my last blogs, I showed you how to set up App protection policies on unmanaged and managed devices. After some feedback, I realized I did not show the conditions, which client apps should be selected. When you are configuring Conditional Access there are some best practices. Two of them are definitely…

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The Device With The Dragon Tattoo

The Device With The Dragon Tattoo

Again a new day and it’s time for a new blog. This blog will be about some old fashioned tattooing problems you could experience when deploying Microsoft Device configuration Profiles. I will divide this blog into multiple parts The issue itself Solving the Issue Some Important notes 1. The Issue itself A new day a new problem and again a customer called us. On some of their devices, the keyboard layout was switching each time, from NL-VS to NL-NL. Of…

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App Protection: Attack of the OS-Sharing

App Protection: Attack of the OS-Sharing

In one of my last blogs, I showed how you can set up multiple App protection profiles to make sure your managed and unmanaged IOS devices could receive the correct app protection policy. In my opinion, you need to make sure you lower the security bar for the Managed/MDM Enrolled devices by changing the App Protection policies. You really don’t want well-behaved employees who enrolled their own devices, become angry about the security barriers, and finding another way to share…

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