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Enabling Edge Workspaces on Windows 11 with Microsoft Intune

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Présentation Edge Workspaces provides an incredible way for customers to organize their browsing tasks into dedicated windows. Each Edge Workspace contains its own sets of tabs and favorites, all created and curated by the user and their collaborators. Edge Workspaces are automatically saved and kept up to date. Workspaces are accessible anywhere customers use Microsoft Edge with their Microsoft Entra accounts. Prérequisites Users must have a Microsoft Entra tenant and Microsoft Edge version 114 or later installed or  Microsoft Edge for Business version 116 To manage via group policy, Admins must have Microsoft Edge version 114 or later installed and version 114 of the policy files. Users must have access to a OneDrive for Business license to create an Edge Workspace Enable feature with Microsoft Intune Go to intune.microsoft.com Select Devices / Windows / Configuration Profiles and click Create Create profile Platform : Windows 10 and later Profile type : Settings catalog Complete

Allow Windows 365 users to reset their Cloud PC

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A new option for Windows 365 Cloud PC users has just appeared. It allows you to delegate a right allowing the user to reset his cloud PC. In this blog post, we can see how to configure this option and  Reset option's configuration Go to Intune.microsoft.com Navigate to Devices / Windows 365 Click on tab  User settings Click ADD for create a new rule or select an existing rule for modify them configuration Tick the case :  Enable users to reset their Cloud PC Click Next Assignment, Select User group and click Next Review + create, click Create Launch reset from Windows 365 client Open Windows 365 client Click on the three small dots Select Reset Tick the case Yes, I am sure I want to reset this Cloud PC and click Reset The reset takes about 20 to 30 minutes. As soon as provisioning is complete, the cloud reappears in the Windows 365 client.

Windows 365, disable local drive redirection using Microsoft Intune

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In the interests of securing AVD and Windows 365 environments, it may be interesting to ask the question of the redirection of local drive or folder to remote session. Often, Windows 365 users use a personal and potentially insecure computer to access a customer's Windows 365/AVD services. It is therefore essential to guard against the dangers that this type of scenario may entail. To avoid this, it is possible to prohibit the mounting of local drives in a remote session. To do this, I invite you to follow the procedure below. Configuration profile creation Go to intune.microsoft.com Go to  Devices / Windows / Configuration Profiles Click  Create Profile Select :  Platform :  Windows 10 and later Profile Type :  Settings Catalog Complete the Name field  and click  Next Click Add settings Go to Administrative Templates \ Windows Components \ Remote Desktop Services \ Remote Desktop Session Host \ Device and Resource Redirection Select Do not allow drive redirection Close the pane

Microsoft Intune, Uninstall Win32 app with the company portal

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With the arrival of build 2307 of Microsoft Intune , Microsoft provides a new option on the Application part. Source :  What's new in Microsoft Intune | Microsoft Learn This option allows us to offer users the possibility of uninstalling an Win32 application via the Company Portal. Below you will find the procedure to activate the option in the Microsoft Intune console. Prerequisites Intune tenant up to date Win32 app available in the company portal A valid Uninstall command line Enabling the Uninstall option Go to  Intune.microsoft.com Navigate to Apps / Windows Select an  Win32 App and click Properties On Program , click Edit Activate the option Allow available uninstall  by switching the option to Yes Click Review + Save for all sections and click Save User side Open the company portal then select an available Win32 application. After updating, you should see the mention Uninstall.  Click Uninstall for remove the application.

How to disable access to removable storage devices with Microsoft Intune

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Your computer's USB ports are an obvious gateway to trying to compromise your security. You must therefore limit its use and thus prevent a user from connecting a storage device that could contain a virus or other malware that could affect your security. Microsoft Intune provides the ability to address this vulnerability by creating a CSP. Setting it up will prevent access to the following elements: External USB Storage SD Card To do this, I invite you to follow the procedure below. Create the Configuration Profile Go to  Intune.microsoft.com Navigate to  Devices  /  Windows  /  Configuration Profiles Click  Create Profile In  Create a Profile,  select : Platform :  Windows 10 and later Profile Type :  Template Template Name :  Device Restriction Click  Create Enter the profile name  in the  name field  and click  Next Configuration Settings , navigate to  General For  Removable Storage , switch the parameter to  Block Click  Next Assignements , select  Devices group or All devices

How to resize Windows 365 cloud PC

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Microsoft recently added a function in the Microsoft Intune management console to resize a Windows 365 PC cloud. Small clarification, this option is currently available in Preview. With this new feature, we have the possibility to adjust the following elements: CPU Memory Hard drive The desired changes must match the configurations proposed in the Windows 365 license program. Prerequisites Admin rights Here is the list of prerequisites necessary to perform the resizing of a Cloud PC : For a Cloud PC provisioned with a direct assigned license , at least one of the following roles Global Admin Intune Service Admin Intune Reader + Cloud PC Admin roles Intune Reader + Windows 365 Admin For a Cloud PC provisioned with a group-based license , at least one of the following roles Global Admin Intune Service Admin Intune Reader + Windows 365 Admin In addition to one of the previous three roles, a role with Azure AD group read/write membership and licensing permissions, like the Windows 365 Admi