windows10

Install Windows Package Manager (winget) using Intune

Microsoft released a preview of the Windows Package Manager. I’m not going into detail about the product itself, because there are a lot of (better) alternatives for this already in the market. Today, we focus on how to get this tool installed on your endpoints, so you can use it for your software distribution. In this approach I use the APPX package. Normally I would use the Business Store for this, that version does not (yet) contain the winget feature.… 

Manage Teams custom backgrounds using Intune

Update! I got some feedback on this blog. Seems that if your users are not members of the local administrator group, install will faill with error: 0x80070001. I’ve updated the article to solve this problem. I replaced the cmd files for Powershell scripts and did some minor changes to the detection and uninstall scripts. This should now work for users without admin permissions. Microsoft introduced background effects in Teams. All of a sudden you see people having their custom backgrounds.… 

Windows Update for Business. “Just” a free cloud service.

  • Windows 10
  • 12 min read

Since the introduction of the “Modern Workspace,” a lot is changed when we talk about updates. Let’s face it: staying current with Windows 10 is hard. But not as hard as, for example, maintaining Windows 7. Because back then we didn’t have Windows Update for Business. Luckily for you, now we have! Let’s dive in. What is Windows Update for Business? There are many different ways to keep your devices up to date. In Enterprises, the most common tools out…