Converting legacy packages into applications with SCCM 1810 Package Conversion Manager

Background Since SCCM 2012 Microsoft have been steering us towards using “applications” to install apps over the traditional “packages” method. Applications give us additional benefits over packages like detection methods, dependencies and requirement rules . An example might be:- Install APP-B if the folder “C:\Program Files\APP-B_FOLDER” doesn’t exist (detection), only […]

Generate Office 365 PAC Files with PowerShell

If you have a proxy server in your environment and are using (or thinking about using) Office 365 then you will hit some pain barriers. As awesome as Office 365 is, she just isn’t a fan of proxies. We used to be left to our own initiative, creating complex proxy […]

Create an Intune App Protection Policy to force an app “Pin Reset” after x days

The Intune Team announced a nifty app protection policy addition for the “Week of January 7, 2019” edition > https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/intune/whats-new You can now change the number of days before the app PIN must be changed. This new policy works for both IOS and Android devices. Create an Intune App Protection […]

Using PowerShell with Microsoft Graph to query Intune Devices

What is Microsoft Graph? Microsoft Graph connects resources across Office 365 services. Using https://graph.microsoft.com you can connect to these services and access a wealth of resources, relationships and intelligence. You can read more on Microsoft Graph at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/overview How do I use Microsoft Graph? If you have a requirement to […]

Identifying and Updating SCCM Collection Evaluations with PowerShell

I’ve seen this subject discussed and explained very well in other blogs. The following post is my approach and understanding on managing Collection Evaluations using a bit of PowerShell (ok so there is some SQL stuff in here too).  Collection Evaluations A Collection Evaluation occurs on a defined schedule, event […]

Install Microsoft Teams PowerShell Module

Quick post this afternoon on how to install the Microsoft Teams PowerShell Module. The latest version in the PowerShell Gallery at the time of writing this post is 0.9.5. More info on this module can be found at https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/MicrosoftTeams/0.9.5  Install Microsoft Teams PowerShell Module5 (100%) 1 vote[s]

Modify OneDrive Site Admins with PowerShell

In our previous post Office 365 – Access a Users OneDrive Folder we looked at giving an Admin access to a users OneDrive files. In this post we will focus on adding and removing Site Admins, on a users Personal SharePoint Site (OneDrive), using PowerShell. First we will need to connect to […]