Tag: Windows 10

Find MSI GUID using PowerShell

So a lot of times I am looking for App (MSI) GUID to send an Uninstall command for Apps using Intune or for Detection rules in Intune/SCCM. You have 2 choices. Either you go to registry and find one manually (Pain in the back) or run this small script in PowerShell to find MSI GUID

Uninstall Power BI Desktop from Windows 10

Recently I have noticed that a Client of our had Multiple version of Power BI Desktop app. Older version was deployed using Win32App from Intune and Newer version was deployed using Windows Store (New) from Intune. Unfortunately older version was removed. While new Package was created again to uninstall older version of Power BI Desktop

How to use Winget to deploy Apps

Windows Package Manager A package manager is a set of software tools that help you automate the process of getting software on your machine. This is a new service offered by Microsoft. The Windows Package Manager app repository is hosted in GitHub. What is WinGet Command-line Utility? The winget client is the main tool to

Install Sysinternals using Chocolatey

Sysinternals can be very easily deployed using Microsoft Endpoint Manager (formerly Intune Portal). You do not need to download any EXE or MSI file from site. Chocolatey takes care of it. You do not need to Install Chocolatey either. Below code will Install Chocolatey and Install Sysinternals Open Notepad or PowerShell ISE or your Favourite

Intune/Windows 10 Autopilot Firewall exceptions

All the URLs required to be put in Firewall Exception for Autopilot project. Please ask your network Team to allow below URLs for Autopilot. They are all Port 80 and Port 443 over TCP connection unless specified with URL in the list below. e.g. WIP requires port 444. Must have aka.ms*go.microsoft.com Device Authentication login.live.comdmd.metaservices.microsoft.com [used