Create an HTML Report for Proactive Remediations Issues and Errors

Have you ever wanted to get a quick overview of issues or errors or remediations occurring in your Intune Proactive remediations scripts? I wrote a script that will gather this info for you and generate an HTML report. You can optionally send the report by email and even set up automation to send it out … Continue reading Create an HTML Report for Proactive Remediations Issues and Errors

Windows 11 Hardware Readiness Report for Power BI

So, Windows is 11 is out and Microsoft recently added Windows 11 hardware readiness insights to Endpoint Analytics in Microsoft Endpoint Manager allowing you to identify which devices in your Intune tenant are eligible for upgrade and which are not and why. Read the official announcement here. To supplement this report, I've created a Power … Continue reading Windows 11 Hardware Readiness Report for Power BI

Use Proactive remediations to report on or install the Microsoft Update Health tools

Microsoft recently made a download available for their Update Health tools - if you're using Microsoft Endpoint Manager and enrolling or co-managing Windows devices these tools need to be installed to make use of the capability for expediting quality updates. For devices connected to Windows Update or Windows Update for Business these tools should already … Continue reading Use Proactive remediations to report on or install the Microsoft Update Health tools

Querying Windows Build Version History with the Intune Data Warehouse and PowerShell

I had an interesting requirement recently which was to review the OS build numbers of a group of computers over time. This would reveal not only when they got patched, but which patches they installed and when they installed a feature update, for example. Since we aren't using the Data warehouse in MEMCM and our … Continue reading Querying Windows Build Version History with the Intune Data Warehouse and PowerShell

Create custom Intune reports with Microsoft Graph, Azure Automation and Power BI

Microsoft Endpoint Manager aka Intune has been around for a while now and has evolved quite significantly since its early days and the old Silverlight portal (remember that?). Historically Intune hasn't been particularly good with its reporting capability, but since end 2019 and the announcement of the new reporting framework, things are starting to improve … Continue reading Create custom Intune reports with Microsoft Graph, Azure Automation and Power BI

Getting Creative: a Bespoke Solution for Feature Update Deployments

This is the first blog post in what I hope will be a series of posts demonstrating several custom solutions I created for things such as feature update deployments, managing local admin password rotation, provisioning Windows 10 devices, managing drive mappings and more. My reasons for creating these solutions was to overcome some of the … Continue reading Getting Creative: a Bespoke Solution for Feature Update Deployments

Get a daily admin Audit Report for MEM / Intune

In an environment where you have multiple admin users it's useful to audit admin activities so everyone can be aware of changes that others have made. I do this for Endpoint Configuration Manager with a daily email report built from admin status messages, so I decided to create something similar for Intune / MEM. Admin … Continue reading Get a daily admin Audit Report for MEM / Intune

Installing and Configuring Additional Languages during Windows Autopilot

I was experimenting with different ways to get additional languages installed and configured during Windows Autopilot and it proved to be an interesting challenge. The following is what I settled on in the end and what produced the results that I wanted. Here were my particular requirements, but you can customize this per your own … Continue reading Installing and Configuring Additional Languages during Windows Autopilot

Managing Intune PowerShell Scripts with Microsoft Graph

In this blog I'll cover how to list, get, create, update, delete and assign PowerShell scripts in Intune using Microsoft Graph and PowerShell. Although you can use the Invoke-WebRequest or Invoke-RestMethod cmdlets when working with MS Graph, I prefer to use the Microsoft.Graph.Intune module, aka Intune PowerShell SDK, as it more nicely handles getting an … Continue reading Managing Intune PowerShell Scripts with Microsoft Graph