Intune BitLocker Recovery Keys

Microsoft just added a preview feature to Intune that we have been waiting for! You can now find your Intune BitLocker Recovery keys from the device information blade in Intune. This makes it much easier for administrators while helping users with their locked devices. An example of this could be when using Windows AutoPilot and automatically encrypting the drives of enrolled devices. Normally you have the recovery keys stored in Active Directory or MBAM, but since moving to Azure AD you can only find it there. Browse to the intune portal, https://devicemanagement.microsoft.comGo to Devices > All Devices and search for…

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How to Use Geofencing for Intune Managed Devices

Background While using Microsoft Intune you might want to limit access to Apps depending on where the device is located. You can now use geofencing for intune managed devices by using Named locations in Azure Active Directory. In previous versions of Intune you had access to locations for Compliance Policies but were limited to network details, such as the following list. IPv4 Range (eg. 192.168.1.0/24)IPv4 GatewayIPv4 DHCP serverIPv4 DNS ServersDNS suffixes You can now use the physical location of the device as a condition for Conditional Access (CA) by creating a Named Location and selecting the country you want to…

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Deploy App With Intune to All Asers With Enrolled Devices

Deploy an app to all users with enrolled devices Today I noticed a new option when it comes to assignment of applications in Intune. Earlier, you had to select an Assignment Type and then a targeted group to include in the assignment. Now you can select the assignment type Available for enrolled devices or Available with or without enrollment and when you press Included Groups you will have an option to deploy the app to all eligible users instead of including a specific group. I hope this is new for you as well and will help you with your deployments. How…

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How to Find App Bundle ID for iOS Apps

Background Sometimes when working with Intune you will come across settings that require you to supply the App Bundle ID for apps you want to configure.The documentation for Intune has a list of all build-in apps from Apple and can be found here. An example of when this would be required is when you want to configure the Show or Hide Apps (supervised only) or Restricted Apps settings for iOS. Unfortunately there is no way to find the App Bundle ID directly in the App Store without some tricks. Solution When you have an app that you want to add…

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