App protection policies and managed iOS devices

This week is all about app protection policies for managed iOS devices. More specifically, about some default behavior that might be a little bit confusing when not known. When creating app protection policies, those policies can be configured for managed devices or managed apps. That sounds simple. By default, however, when creating and assigning separate policies for managed devices and managed apps, every iOS device will apply app protection policies that are assigned to managed apps. That behavior is caused by the fact that the device will only be identified as a managed device when a specific configuration is in place. That configuration is the user UPN setting. Even better, the user UPN setting opens even more use cases for managed devices. This post will …

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Android Enterprise and Microsoft Intune: And Android Device Policy

I’ve mentioned Android Device Policy before, earlier this year, in my post about Android Enterprise and Microsoft Intune. In that post, however, I’ve only briefly mentioned that app, while that app is an important piece of the Microsoft management solution for corporate-owned devices. That’s why I thought it would be good to devote a blog post to that app. To simply show it’s importance. Android Device Policy is really important for configuring managed devices and also provides some nice capabilities. The importance should be familiar with any IT administrator, responsible for managing Android devices, and those capabilities are sometimes slightly hidden, but provide a good starting point for troubleshooting. Especially when verifying whether settings are already applied or not. In this post I’ll start with …

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Migrated my blog from BlogEngine.NET to WordPress

It took a lot more effort then I hoped/ expected, but as you all can see my blog has changed. The most important part is that it went from BlogEngine.NET to WordPress. This means that the lay-out has changed and everything is just a little bit different, but as always you will get used to it! The downside of this move is that WordPress sets the links to the posts on a different way then BlogEngine.NET did. This means that if you had a direct link to an article it probably won’t work anymore… There are two possibilities to still go to the correct post: Remove the .aspx from the end of the link to the post Go to Archive as all the posts can …

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