Category - Azure

How to integrate Citrix XenMobile with Azure AD for auto enrollment with AutoPilot or Azure AD Join

In my previous blog I took you through the steps to configure Windows AutoPilot in combination with Microsoft Intune. In this blog, I want you to show that it is also possible to use Windows AutoPilot or Azure AD Join with other MDM/EMM solutions, like in this case, Citrix XenMobile. In this scenario, after the Windows 10 out-of-box-experience (OOBE) setup, the Windows 10 device is...

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How to configure Microsoft Intune / Azure AD Conditional Access to Microsoft Office 365 Exchange Online

With Microsoft Intune you can do great things. You can enroll all kind of mobile devices to enforce MDM policies, push applications and even configure managed mobile applicaties like the Microsoft Office applications. You can add an additional security layer to these managed applications by applying an additional access pincode and encrypt the data within the applications. Data can be isolated...

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How to install and configure Citrix XenDesktop 7.12 with Windows Server 2016 hosts running on Microsoft Azure

It’s almost a year ago, that I wrote an installation guide / step-by-step guide about Citrix XenDesktop. XenDesktop releases arrived at a rapid pace in the past year. At this moment, the current release is version 7.12 which was released in December 2016. So, it’s time for an up-to-data step-by-step blog about the latest XenDesktop release. This time I want to do something different, till now I...

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How to configure Citrix ShareFile SSON with Microsoft Azure AD

In the last few years I have mostly implemented ShareFile Enterprise as part of the XenMobile Enterprise edition and therefor configured the XenMobile server as a SAML identity provider for ShareFile SSON. In the last few months I also see some companies that were only interested in the Citrix ShareFile solution without XenMobile. In this case there are some alternative ways to provide users...

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How to add a domain name to Microsoft Azure Directory and add users

There are a few ways to provision users in a Microsoft Azure AD directory. The most common is with the use of the Azure AD Connect tool which syncs your on-premises AD directory with Azure AD. The simplest way (and good for Cloud Only scenarios) is to create users directly in Azure AD. If you want to create a user in Azure AD with the UPN of your domain name, you first need to validate the domain...

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About Robin Hobo

Robin Hobo

I work as a Senior Solution Architect with focus on the Modern Workspace. I am specialized in Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD), Windows 365 and Microsoft EM+S (including Microsoft Endpoint Manager - Microsoft Intune).

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