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
When using the compliance for Azure conditional access, there is two sync buttons available. For more information about the compliance integration have a read on this article from Sascha Warno : Workspace One UEM 3rd party compliance integration – Microsoft Graph API “Sync Azure Services” Button This button is used when the administrator is making
iOS and Android/rugged Check in Check out (CICO) using third party IdP (PingFederate) check-in check-out enables simple and secure device sharing among multiple users within an organisation. CICO enables a user to check-in on a shared device to access their appropriate apps and data. Access is maintained until check-out, at which time the user and
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
We all know that the transformation from the good old SCCM/WSUS is hard and from time to time complicated. Of course there are a ton of guides how to manage Windows Update for Business (WUfB) – like this amazing article HERE. But not all customers are ready for the modern way of update management. In
Sometimes you need to add/modify something in a PPKG and you don’t want to create a new PPKG in the Workspace ONE console. Normally this is not supported since the Factory Provisioning Tool checking the PPKG for a “watermark”. This guid will show you how to create a custom PPKG with the Windows ICD and
Starting with Windows 10 2004 and higher, Microsoft changed the way they creating PPKG’s. This change is causing a reboot loop when the device was setup with a PPKG – like with Factory Provisioning (or now called Drop Ship Provisioning Offline) AND doing enterprise reset. After the reset is done, the PPKG causing a reboot
Since the target release version CSP is still not working since 20H2 and Microsoft seems not able to fix this, we need to change the target release version via registry. The reason why the CSP does not work is, that Microsoft introduced letters in the Windows version – like 20H2 or 21H2. The CSP only
Recently we got a question from a customer how to manage Windows local account passwords via UEM. Microsoft does not provide any native CSP for this, so we need a PowerShell script for changing the password. This will also provide some more flexibility when you want to change a different user as the local Administrator
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