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Hide your account information on the Windows login screen with Microsoft Intune

Protecting the identity of your users is an important element in terms of computer security. By default, when you start your computer, the startup screen gives you access to the following information : User picture The last connected user on the computer In this article we will see how to hide the identity of the user at the login and lock screen of your computer with Microsoft Intune. Create a configuration profile in Microsoft Intune Go to 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 and Search  Interactive logon Click Local Policies Security Options Select this options on the list : Interactive Logon Do Not Display Username At Sign In Interactive Logon Do Not Display User information When The Session is Locked Interactive Logon Do Not Display Last Signed In Configure all options as below Scope tag

Manage drive space with Storage Sense

Available on Windows 10 and 11, Storage Sense can automatically free up drive space for you by getting rid of items that you don't need, like temporary files, like items in your downloads folder and items in your Recycle Bin. Storage Sense also allows you to manage locally available cloud content. If these files have not been used for a while, Storage Sense will automatically revert them to cloud storage only. Manual setup Feature activation Go to Start / Settings / System / Storage Set Storage Sense feature to On Configure your Storage Sense settings Go to  Start  /  Settings  /  System  /  Storage Click Storage to access Storage Sense configuration We have the possibilities to configure   Cleanup of temporary files Automatic User content cleanup Locally available cloud content After configuration, click Run Storage Sense Now With Microsoft Intune Create and configure the Storage Sense configuration profile Go to and   Devices  /  Windows / Configuratio

Windows Autopilot and Pre-Provisioned deployment

Windows Autopilot offers several deployment scenarios, including pre-provisioning. This allows to respond to some use cases such as:  Provide a workstation prepared via Windows Autopilot and then send it to low bandwidth sites for example.   But also to provide the end user, a ready-to-use experience by relieving them of sometimes tedious provisioning tasks. In the following, I will detail all the prerequisites as well as the steps to pre-provision a workstation with Microsoft Intune and Windows Autopilot. 1. Prerequisites Device : Microsoft Intune tenant  with MDM authority  "Set to Intune" Windows Autopilot User Driven AAD or HAAD join devices Windows 10 1903 and above  (Enterprise, Pro and Education) Physical devices with TPM 2.0 with device attestation  (check your hardware compatibility) Virtual machines are not supported Network : Wired ethernet connection   TPM attestation validation process  requires access to the URLs below : * Intel:  https://