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Hi, Thanks for bringing this up, I have modified the step 5 to use 'Run command line' instead of 'install package' [ the package is created without a program]. and of course we can use ps1 or just run command line step with these reg add commands directly in this TS step.
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Agree, this should not require manual scripting. It should be a tick box in Azure AD [v] Delete Stale objects after number of days: and you should be able to select nunber of days. It’s already available in Intune for enrolled devices. However, I do appreciate the time spent to write this post :) Ma...
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Hi, I was trying the steps you mentioned above. When, I try to add registry keys as a command file it is in a loop. Not sure, If, I have something wrong within the CMD file. I saved the file reg.cmd. I was able to accomplish the task through PowerShell. Added each registry entry individually and all...
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Also you're making this too complicated by using the legacy MSOL powershell module. If you just use the "new" AAD PowerShell module that has been around for a few years now, you have what you need there. No need for any random scripts/modules in the TechNet gallery. Get-AzureADDevice | Select Displa...
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Why oh why is this still a manual process? This just doesn't make sense. Why can't there be an automated solution (or at least one that doesn't require running code) for clearing out stale devices? Users are able to rejoin a device to AAD if they need to if it got cleared out of AAD due to being sta...
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