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
We are getting a lot of questions why Workspace ONE is not able to list all installed updates. The answer is easy – because Windows can’t. But let’s dig into this issue. Customer often reports that the installed update count and the installed updates on the device are not matching. As example you run get-hotfix
Issue When executing an Enterprise Wipe there are one or more apps left on the device. Root Cause There two reasons why an app was not uninstalled during an Enterprise Wipe: App has an auto update functionality and has changed the version or installer code changed with the automated update instllation An app gets not
When you start with Drop Ship provisioning you have normally three scenarios: Device gets shipped to second touch facility (to start device and join the device to the local AD domain) No Active Directory – so a Workgroup client Azure AD in place In this article we are covering the local AD scenario but we
Today I received a question what happens if the device is already Workspace ONE joined and then the device gets joined to Azure AD. In this use case the customer had AAD Premium licenses and Intune was assigned as MDM provider to all users. So I started to install a workgroup client and installed the
We all know the different device status like “Enrolled”, “Unenrolled”, “Enrollment in Progress”….But ever heard of “Discovered”? After some investigations and help from Sergiu Constantin, we were able to reproduce the status and found the root cause. Basically the discovered status means, that the device was connected to UEM but now the device is blocked.
The Tunnel Client for Windows 10 is more and more growing there are some Custom Configurations that are not in the GUI for the Tunnel Profile as of the 21.05 UEM Release. So let us have a look on the most important Keys that are available in the Tunnel 2.1 Client, but not in the
One of the most underrated feature when it comes to SSO is to be able to automatically select the right certificate based on the domain, while there is mechanism in the SSL protocol to indicate which CA is requested, a device or a user may have multiple certificates depending on the scenario. This may lead
When using the Windows Firewall Profile, there is different options in the rules for configuring the protocol. All, TCP, UDP and CUSTOM. While the first 3 are quite obvious the last one when select offer to put a integer What to put in custom protocol The integer while not listed by Microsoft, are based on
The scenario is not quite “modern” but from time to time we have devices where no user is logged on and you still want to manage it. The list is based on HUB 21.02 and also tested on 21.05 – later versions might change the behaviour. First of all: only commands that are assigned to
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