Deploy apps with Windows Package Manager

The “new” Windows Package Manager – or WinGet – will be the replacement of the current Windows Store for Business (WSfB). Since the WSfB is announced end of life for next year (https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-store/microsoft-store-for-business-overview), we need to start looking into WinGet to manage applications. WinGet is a full open source application manager that is managed by

Troubleshooting Delivery Optimization

In the past weeks I was heavily involved in some Delivery Optimization (DO) troubleshooting. Luckily we were able to solve the customer issues and I would like to share some of the lessons learned with you. Things you should know about Delivery Optimization Before we start with the general troubleshooting, you first need to know

Windows Update for Business Updated

When talking about Windows Update it’s often a pain point, for administrator to configure and for users to experience.Over the years multiples OSes came out and a layer of settings has been added, replaced and even interacted with each other.Adding to that, Windows changed from Group Policy management to Configuration Service Provider (API) management which

Improve Windows Update reporting

In the last year, I create a PowerShell script that improved the overall admin experience of Windows Update for Business. You can find the post here. Now, I worked on improving the report functionality. For this I added several registry keys to track and provide the right installation status. Under the WindowsUpdate key, there are

KB – Windows Proxy configuration

Workspace ONE and Windows management are always complicated when using a proxy. To avoid further misunderstandings I tested all five different scenarios and here are the results: INET WINHTTP BITS INET+WINHTTP INET+BITS WINHTTP+BITS HUB start yes yes Yes yes yes Yes HUB works yes no no yes restart required Manual Enrollment yes No – *Works
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