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   1.  Block personally-owned devices
   2.  Easily configuring Windows Update for Business via Windows 10 MDM
   3.  A new discovery method: Meet the Azure Active Directory User Discovery!
   4.  Easily predeclaring corporate-owned devices
   5.  Super easy Office 365 ProPlus deployment via Windows 10 MDM
   6.  Require minimum platform version or app version when using MAM-WE
   7.  Combining MAM-WE and app configuration
   8.  Set default app associations via Windows 10 MDM
   9.  Microsoft MVP 2017-2018!
   10.  Conditional access and apps that cannot be installed on the device
   11.  Using the Desktop App Convertor to create a Windows app package
   12.  Windows 10, MAM-WE and Office desktop apps
   13.  Windows 10 and MAM-WE – Part 2: End-user experience
   14.  Windows 10 and MAM-WE – Part 1: Configuration
   15.  Deep dive configuring Windows 10 ADMX-backed policies
   16.  Conditional access and named locations
   17.  Allow users to connect remotely to this computer via Windows 10 MDM (ADMX-style)
   18.  Quick tip: View device in Azure Active Directory
   19.  Easily configure Start via Windows 10 MDM
   20.  Conditional access and Google Chrome on Windows 10
   21.  Conditional access and app enforced restrictions
   22.  Easily configure desktop and lock screen image via Windows 10 MDM
   23.  Require BitLocker drive encryption via Windows 10 MDM
   24.  Offboard Windows 10 devices of Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection
   25.  Onboard Windows 10 devices for Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection
   26.  Company Portal app enrollment for Windows 10
   27.  Deploy the commercial ID via Windows 10 MDM
   28.  Require multi-factor authentication for enrollment
   29.  Conditional access is getting better and better and better
   30.  Managing Windows 10 IoT Core devices via MDM
   31.  The Software Center experience is getting better and better
   32.  Block and allow apps on Samsung KNOX devices
   33.  Managing Windows Defender via Windows 10 MDM is getting easier and easier
   34.  Automatic edition upgrade for Windows devices
   35.  Updated tool: Remote Mobile Device Manager
   36.  Send sync request to devices
   37.  Conditional access for managed apps
   38.  Managing browser settings via Windows 10 MDM
   39.  Use PowerShell and Microsoft Graph to access data in Microsoft Intune
   40.  Blocking non-modern authentication is getting easier and easier
   41.  Conditional access for managed apps (preview)
   42.  Predeclaring corporate-owned devices
   43.  Categorizing devices
   44.  Conditional access for published ConfigMgr reports
   45.  Conditional access for Yammer
   46.  Simplify enrollment for Windows 10 devices
   47.  Bulk enrollment for Windows 10 devices
   48.  Operations Management Suite connected with ConfigMgr
   49.  Windows Store for Business synchronized with ConfigMgr
   50.  Conditional access for Exchange Online to the max
   51.  Conditional access for browsers
   52.  Microsoft MVP 2016!
   53.  Windows 10 MDM and the MDM Bridge WMI Provider
   54.  Managing Windows Update for Business on Windows 10 via OMA-DM
   55.  Reporting Windows Defender health on Windows 10 via OMA-DM
   56.  Controlling Microsoft Passport for Work on Windows 10 via OMA-DM
   57.  Setting up kiosk mode on Windows 10 via OMA-DM
   58.  Conditional access for Skype for Business Online
   59.  More in control of mobile app management without enrollment
   60.  Quick tip: Available token types for app configuration policies
   61.  Prevent specific devices from accessing Microsoft Intune
   62.  Use Group Policy to enable Office 365 clients to receive updates via ConfigMgr
   63.  Microsoft Intune and the AppConfig Community
   64.  App Configuration Policies for iOS apps
   65.  Conditional access, Windows 10 and Microsoft Intune: What are the compliance options?
   66.  Conditional access and health attestation
   67.  Conditional access for PCs managed by ConfigMgr
   68.  Quick tip: Working with the device enrollment manager and automatic enrollment
   69.  Quick tip: Troubleshooting device management failures on Windows 10
   70.  When are devices blocked after enabling conditional access?
   71.  Managing AppLocker on Windows 10 via OMA-DM
   72.  Certificate profile deployment failed with the error ‘22004: Unsupported certificate configuration’
   73.  Custom Terms and Conditions
   74.  Frequently asked questions about mobile application management without enrollment
   75.  How the settings in ConfigMgr translate to the command line of the Windows 10 upgrade
   76.  Mobile application management without enrollment
   77.  Managing the Configuration Manager console language
   78.  Download package content during a task sequence
   79.  Company logo in the new Software Center
   80.  Reset passcode via the Company Portal website
   81.  Many reasons to look at ConfigMgr 1511
   82.  Enable modern authentication for Exchange Online
   83.  The new ability on iOS devices to send diagnostic information
   84.  My Experts Live session and content
   85.  Role-based administration: The advanced case of no read resource rights in any collection
   86.  The conditional access flow of the other Office apps
   87.  The conditional access flow of the Outlook app for iOS and Android
   88.  The new managed app installation experience on iOS 9 devices
   89.  Conditional Access for PCs – Part III: Exchange Online
   90.  Conditional Access for PCs – Part II: SharePoint Online
   91.  Conditional Access for PCs – Part I: Requirements
   92.  Multiple custom terms and conditions for device enrollment and company access
   93.  Multi-identity in the managed Outlook app – Part 2
   94.  The Microsoft Intune Managed Browser
   95.  Multi-identity in the managed Outlook app – Part 1
   96.  Important note about KB3081699
   97.  Whitelist the Microsoft Intune Company Portal app for Windows Phone
   98.  Email profile behavior after retiring a mobile device
   99.  The three layers of protection with conditional access for Exchange email
   100.  Microsoft MVP 2015!
   101.  New tool: Remote Mobile Device Manager
   102.  Invoke remote device actions via PowerShell
   103.  Pick your Company Portal app
   104.  Windows Phone 8.1 and the Windows Phone Store
   105.  Manage Windows Defender, of Windows 10, via OMA-DM
   106.  How to use the Microsoft Intune Company Portal app for Windows Phone 8.1 from the Download Center
   107.  Windows 8.1 and the different management options
   108.  Remote device actions in ConfigMgr
   109.  Automagically set the mobile device owner to company
   110.  Store accounts and the Microsoft Intune Company Portal app
   111.  Windows Phone 8.1 and the Microsoft Intune Company Portal app
   112.  Retire or wipe mobile devices via PowerShell
   113.  Troubleshooting Windows Phone 8.1 enrollment – Part 2
   114.  The MDM distribution point
   115.  Updated Configuration Baseline and Hardware Inventory for Windows Phone 8.1
   116.  Installing the Microsoft Intune client directly after a task sequence
   117.  Key configurations steps for implementing the ability to deploy certificate profiles with ConfigMgr 2012
   118.  Permissions required to use Retire/Wipe in ConfigMgr 2012
   119.  Uninstall the Microsoft Intune client via PowerShell
   120.  Uninstall the Microsoft Intune client
   121.  Windows 10 device enrollment
   122.  Custom terms and conditions for using the Company Portal of Microsoft Intune
   123.  Verify the role-based administration model via PowerShell
   124.  Windows Phone 8.1 Kiosk mode: Inside AssignedAccessXml
   125.  What is DirectorySyncClientCmd.exe?
   126.  Manage company policies on Windows Phone 8.1 via OMA-URI settings in Microsoft Intune
   127.  Manage Microsoft Intune users via PowerShell
   128.  How to configure multi-factor authentication in Microsoft Intune – Part 2: The single sign-on method
   129.  How to configure multi-factor authentication in Microsoft Intune – Part 1: The easiest method
   130.  Extend the Hardware Inventory for PolicyManager settings on Windows Phone 8.1
   131.  THE Windows Phone 8.1 Configuration Baseline
   132.  Blog series about how to integrate Microsoft Intune and ConfigMgr with Single Sign-On
   133.  How to troubleshoot Windows Phone 8.1 enrollment via Microsoft Intune
   134.  How to configure a relying party trust between on-premises AD FS and Microsoft Azure AD for single sign-on in Microsoft Intune
   135.  How to configure a Software Update Point to use SSL for communicating with WSUS
   136.  Weird but true: Permissions required to use Edit Primary Users / Devices in ConfigMgr 2012
   137.  Set the allowed Management Points via a Configuration Item in ConfigMgr 2012
   138.  What is CMHttpsReadiness.exe?
   139.  Local Group Policies for WSUS and the Software Update Agent of ConfigMgr 2012
   140.  Different methods to set the User Device Affinity for usage during and after a task sequence in ConfigMgr 2012
   141.  Weird but true: Permissions required to use Resultant Client Settings in ConfigMgr 2012
   142.  Who deleted that deployment?
   143.  Who created that deployment?
   144.  Get the folder location of an object in ConfigMgr 2012 via PowerShell
   145.  Divide a collection into multiple smaller collections in ConfigMgr 2012 via PowerShell
   146.  Publish Cumulative Updates of ConfigMgr via System Center Updates Publisher
   147.  Create a WQL query setting for a Configuration Item in ConfigMgr 2012 via PowerShell
   148.  How the settings in ConfigMgr translate to the command line in USMT
   149.  Verify SQL version via Compliance Settings in ConfigMgr 2012
   150.  New tool: Show memberships of software updates to deployment packages and software update groups
   151.  Install computer-targeted application during OS deployment via PowerShell and ConfigMgr 2012
   152.  Verify SSL Configurations of Site Roles via Compliance Settings in ConfigMgr 2012
   153.  Unexpected results: Use role based administration to provide different access to specific applications in ConfigMgr 2012
   154.  Quickly get an overview of the client agent times in ConfigMgr 2012
   155.  How to install clients on Linux computers, when the Site Roles require HTTPS communication in ConfigMgr 2012
   156.  Change device ownership – The journey through log files, WMI and PowerShell of ConfigMgr 2012
   157.  Add Update Content to a Deployment Package via PowerShell in ConfigMgr 2012
   158.  Verify local administrators via PowerShell and Compliance Settings in ConfigMgr 2012
   159.  What is smsdpusage.exe?
   160.  What is smsdpmon.exe?
   161.  Five key configuration steps for implementing Internet-based clients in ConfigMgr 2012
   162.  Running a Service Management Automation (SMA) Runbook during a task sequence in ConfigMgr 2012
   163.  Installing Windows Features via Compliance Settings in ConfigMgr 2012
   164.  Using Service Management Automation (SMA) for tweeting status messages of ConfigMgr 2012
   165.  Finally a 1.0 version of the Show Collection Details right-click action for ConfigMgr 2012!
   166.  Install User-targeted Applications during OS Deployment via PowerShell and ConfigMgr 2012
   167.  An Application Request with a lot of System Center Power via Orchestrator, ServiceMgr and ConfigMgr
   168.  Setting a Static IP Address during a Deployment via PowerShell and ConfigMgr 2012
   169.  Deploying Windows Embedded 8 Standard with Write Filter Enabled via ConfigMgr 2012
   170.  Showing Dependent Applications in ConfigMgr 2012 via PowerShell
   171.  Getting the Client Upgrade Settings of ConfigMgr 2012 with PowerShell
   172.  Approve, Block, Unapprove, or Unblock a Client in ConfigMgr 2012 via PowerShell
   173.  Update Collection Membership in ConfigMgr 2012 via PowerShell
   174.  Go to Desktop on Sign In on Windows 8.1 via Compliance Settings in ConfigMgr 2012
   175.  Updated: Import Computer Form v0.8 – Directly adding a User Device Affinity in ConfigMgr 2012
   176.  Changing the Deployment Package for an existing Automatic Deployment Rule in ConfigMgr 2012
   177.  Allow Direct Installation of Windows 8 Apps via Compliance Settings in ConfigMgr 2012
   178.  Deploying Certificate Profiles with ConfigMgr 2012
   179.  Show Collection Details in ConfigMgr 2012 via PowerShell – Part 5 (Final): The General Information
   180.  Show Collection Details in ConfigMgr 2012 via PowerShell – Part 4: The Power Management Settings
   181.  Show Collection Details in ConfigMgr 2012 via PowerShell – Part 3: The Maintenance Windows
   182.  Show Collection Details in ConfigMgr 2012 via PowerShell – Part 2: The Collection Variables
   183.  Show Collection Details in ConfigMgr 2012 via PowerShell – Part 1: The Deployments
   184.  Right-Click Option: Showing the Collection Membership of a Resource in ConfigMgr 2012 via PowerShell
   185.  Changing a Site Name in ConfigMgr 2012 via PowerShell
   186.  Changing the Deployment Package linked to an Automatic Deployment Rule in ConfigMgr 2012
   187.  Just Released: Import Computer Form v0.7
   188.  Updated: Approval Manager v0.8
   189.  Just Released: Approval Manager v0.7
   190.  Using Global Conditions to check the State of a Service with ConfigMgr 2012
   191.  Managing Approval Requests in ConfigMgr 2012
   192.  Deployment of Configuration Baseline failed with error ‘Script is not signed’ in ConfigMgr 2012
   193.  Preventing initiation of available deployments on specific systems with ConfigMgr 2012
   194.  Troubleshooting Windows app package deployment on Windows 8 with ConfigMgr 2012
   195.  Quickly catch Active Directory Group Membership changes in ConfigMgr 2012
   196.  Working with the restart behavior of Applications in ConfigMgr 2012
   197.  Using Client Push Installation on UNTRUSTED FOREST systems with ConfigMgr 2012
   198.  Using Client Push Installation on WORKGROUP systems with ConfigMgr 2012
   199.  Deploying Windows 8 and Customizing the Lock Screen with ConfigMgr 2012
   200.  Deploying Windows 8 including Optional Windows Features with ConfigMgr 2012

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  1. Hi Peter,

    looking to make a usb, offline install of the corporate images we have here on our sccm server (especially if PXE is down), but unsure of how to get started. Figured I couldn’t just copy the required .wim files along with the other .iso files on a usb root and voila, I’m good. Any idea how I can accomplish this? Thx!!!!

  2. Hi Byron,

    You can create a standalone media. If you do that with the USB drive in the PC you can immediately write it to the USB drive. If not, you can create a bootable USB drive and copy the content of the create standalone media.

    Peter

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