Tag Archive: iOS

Configure integration between Apple DEP and Microsoft Intune


For a while now, Microsoft Intune has supported Apple Device Enrollment Program (Apple DEP), which is a part of the Apple Deployment Programs together with Apple Volume Purchase Program (Apple VPP). With Apple DEP, businesses and educational institutions can easily streamline…
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Configure synchronization for Apple VPP in Microsoft Intune


Organizations that want to start purchasing volume licensed iOS apps can finally leverage Apple Volume Purchase Program (Apple VPP) with Microsoft Intune. Almost all of the apps available in iTunes Store (App Store) can be volume purchased and distributed to…
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Get iTunes App Store or Google Play app links with PowerShell


When dealing with Mobile Application Management in Microsoft Intune or ConfigMgr, you’re likely to distribute or require a set of apps to be installed on end-users mobile devices. In ConfigMgr there’s a wizard that helps you browse for the app…
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Deploying Microsoft Office apps for Mobile Devices with ConfigMgr 2012 R2 SP1


Lately since Microsoft released Service Pack 1 for ConfigMgr 2012 R2, managing and deploying mobile apps have been improved enormously in many ways. For example with the introduction of Mobile Application Management policies, companies can now apply policies that restricts…
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Create Microsoft Office mobile apps in ConfigMgr 2012 R2 SP1 with PowerShell


Now that everyone is looking at the excellent MDM capabilities in ConfigMgr 2012 R2 SP1, many will most likely deploy the Microsoft Office mobile apps to their corporate devices. I’ve done this myself a couple of times at various customers,…
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Create and Deploy a WiFi profile for Mobile Devices with ConfigMgr 2012 R2 SP1


Creating a WiFi profile in ConfigMgr is not really a new feature, but now that ConfigMgr is starting to get a better integration with Microsoft Intune, management of mobile devices becomes more important that before. In the latest service pack…
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