Reading logs is always something you just have to do, but the Intune logs are not easy to read without tools like CMTrace on the user's device. (The formatting is not that nice without it) In this blog post, I will show you an easy way to read one or two specific logs, or all the logs at once, and each in its own Out-Gridview console for easy filtering when searching for keywords.
I wrote a blog post about where you could use PowerShell scripts in Endpoint Manager here, but I didn't mention the possibility to use it in Compliance Policies. In this blog post, I will 🙂
For Endpoint Manager testing I need a VM connected to the tenant of the customer. This involves deploying a Windows 10 or 11 VM, changing hardware settings on it (Secure Boot/TPM/Checkpoint settings), and registering it for Autopilot. This blog post will show you how to automate the process as much as possible.
Retrieving the hardware hash for a new laptop or VM involves a few steps. Starting PowerShell, configuring the execution policy, installing the get-windowsautopilot script, answering a few prompts, and entering your credentials to upload it to your environment. In this blog post I will show you a way to minimize the number of steps needed.
There are things in Endpoint Manager that are just easier to do with PowerShell scripts, this blog post describes where and how you can use these.
Printers and their drivers are not always the most fun part of IT 😉 Since PrintNightMare has become more difficult for users to add printers to their workstations, this blog post describes how you can add printers using Endpoint Manager and PowerShell in an easy way.
For one of our customers, I made a script that adds printers to their Endpoint Manager clients using a CSV file for data like FQDN of the printer, model, and location of the printer. In this blog post I will show you how to do that with a few example printers.