Microsoft announced it is sunsetting Windows Information Protection and its successor will be Purview. But does it stack up to what WIP brought us?
After Microsoft changed up its entire compliance portfolio, I lost my overview. In this post I list all the Purview products (and their previous names) with a little description of core capabilities and basic licensing info.
Having a ready-to-go, reusable VHDX for all your lab VMs is awesome! This post will tell you how to make one from an ISO file in just a few steps.
The story behind my Win32App-ShortcutDeployment repository: a lightweight, stand-alone, easily customizable, and revocable solution.
Whenever I get lost in Graph API I just cheat off of Microsoft’s management portals by capturing and inspecting the calls they make. In this post I tell you how and why I do it.
I needed a lab environment for my blog, to experiment with new stuff. This post explains how to create your own, personal Microsoft 365 E5-licensed lab for free.
How to make UAC-prompts work in remote support sessions and why they show a blank screen by default. Hint: it’s all about the Secure Desktop.
Today I show how to to provide a local administrator account for an end user, bound to their own device… and then how to take it all away again.
Part 2 is all about influencing OneDrive KFM’s folder selection through PowerShell. Get your overalls dirty and tinker under the hood of this beast.
My Documents folder didn’t keep its English name. In this blog we uncover the mechanism for folder naming (or better: mapping) in OneDrive’s Known Folder Move.