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Route own Intune data to Log Analytics using custom logs

I often write blogs about getting data with the Graph API and using it for monitoring. A while ago I was thinking about how to get my own data into Log Analytics.

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Monitor Intune using Azure Functions, PowerShell, Graph API and MS Teams

Intune and the rest of Microsoft Endpoint Manager are growing. To keep your environment nice, clean and secure it is a good idea to monitor your MEM environment.

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Deploy Intune settings catalog automated from scratch with Graph API

I show in this blog how to create a device configuration profile based on the settings catalog in Intune. A while ago Icreated a profile with power settings and deployed the profile to all devices including a filter.

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Enable Endpoint Analytics automated in Microsoft Endpoint Manager

Happy users are key. But with all the changes in hardware, software distributions, security- and OS updates, it could take a lot of effort. Now remote working is embedded into our culture it costs even more effort to keep sight of what is happening.

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Intune filters explained create automated and assignments

Intune filters are a great way to assign MEM policies to devices. In fact, filters go over groups in several scenarios. Filters help you keep your environment reliable and fast.

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Monitor Identity Secure Score security improvement action status

An Azure tenant is the Microsoft public cloud base. It is very important to keep your bases as secure as possible. To keep your tenant secure, Microsoft provides actions that give you insights into your tenant’s security and how to improve it.

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Monitor and get alerts from Microsoft Endpoint Manager

Out of the box, Microsoft Endpoint Manager has a reporting platform where lots of information is stored. Think about device management or endpoint analytics. For troubleshooting, reports can help.

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Configure subscribe to AVD in RDP Client automated

Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) is a great addition to your IT environment. To connect to an AVD environment you need a browser or the Remote Desktop client.

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