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If we were to implement above steps for all the task sequence the compliance status will not work on past deployments. Any future deployments can be monitored for compliance. Right or Wrong???
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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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