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September, 2010

  • Where has the Summer Gone?

    Here we are, in the final days of August, and what a great summer it’s been!  Here at Windows Intune, we saw an amazing uptake of our first beta, all the available spaces taken up within the first days of its release.  Our next beta, released...
  • Try Something New in the Windows Intune beta

    Today I want to post a quick note pointing you to the Windows Blog Site .  As this blog post states, Windows Intune is no longer accepting participants.  For those of you who already have Windows Intune beta accounts, please play on!  The...
  • Service Status in Windows Intune

    One of the important things in managing a service like Windows Intune is making sure you, the customers, have ready access to information to help you achieve maximum benefit.  This not only includes information like help files and FAQ’s, but also...
  • Malware client Settings in Windows Intune

    Zac is a program manager on the Windows Intune team, and in this video, he talks about the Windows Intune Center Malware settings, and how the administrator can create policies in the console to enforce them.
  • Administrators and Recipients in Windows Intune

    In Windows Intune, there are two main roles in the management of PCs. First there are administrators: these are the individuals who log into the Windows Intune console and perform the various activities needed to manage PCs, such as managing updates,...
  • Jonathan Shows Us the Updates Policy in Windows Intune

    Jonathan, a test engineer on the Windows Intune Team, talks about how he is using the Windows Intune beta to make sure his PCs are kept up-to-date. (Please visit the site to view this video)
  • Which Policy wins?

    In Windows Intune, you can author multiple policies and target them to different computer groups. Ever wondered what would happen if conflicting policies were targeted at different computer – which policy would finally win? Let’s say you have the computer...