Nov 14 2016 07:18 AM
Nov 14 2016 07:18 AM
Hi everyone, I was looking for that kind of community for some time!
We own 2 Surface Hub (55 inches) and so far, we love them a lot. We are trying to push that device for many of our conference room. Users are using it a lot and starting to give me some feedback.
What I am looking for is actually a bit of information about how to use it and a place to share ideas and problems, I do think that this place is the right one.
So let's get started:
Sorry for all the information in this post and let me know if I should put that info anywhere else!
Nov 16 2016 01:35 PM - edited Nov 16 2016 01:36 PM
You can require a PIN to Connect wirelessly to Surface Hub. The setting can be triggered 3 ways:
1. Logged in as admin, you change this in the Windows Settings menu (this is best for configuring a handful of devices)
2. Using Windows Image Configuration and Designer you can add the same setting. Windows ICD builds a PPKG file and that can be installed within Settings while logged in as an Admin (this makes sense if you're bringing several into a build or imaging lab, then moving/shipping to conference rooms)
3. Using MDM tools (Intune, Airwatch or Mobile Iron) which effectively call the same components as Windows ICD and configurations are applied when the Surface Hub is enrolled in MDM.
At the moment, the best information to learn about configuration options and tools is here: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/itpro/surface-hub/surface-hub-administrators-guide
We're also building more content for Microsoft Mechanics, which we'll publish in the coming months. Here's a great overview from Paul Barr on the Surface Hub team if you haven't already seen it:
Nov 17 2016 05:51 AM
Hi Jeremy, thank you for replying to my post.
For the PIN request, I knew how to do it but the thing is that once a computer put the PIN for a Surface Hub, that computer will be able to project on that hub whitout being asked for a PIN another time.
The result is that the user could project somehting on the wrong Hub.
The idea is to have the option to ask for the PIN at each connection rather than once per device per hub.