🎇 Happy New Year 🎇 and welcome to the hundred-and-twenty-second (122nd) edition of the Windows 365 Community newsletter! We highlight weekly Windows 365 news, free events, tips, and tricks from the world of the Cloud PC.

Automating Windows 365 part 2 – Using Graph X-Ray

Niall and Paul are Enterprise Mobility MVPs, and they have started this new blog series about automating Windows 365.

This is Part 2 of a new series of guides which will cover managing Windows 365 Cloud PC’s using PowerShell and Microsoft Graph. This mini series should help you get started with automating and managing your Cloud PC’s using PowerShell via Microsoft Graph.

Read the post by Niall and Paul here: Automating Windows 365 part 2 – Using Graph X-Ray

The Concept of Windows 365 Boot

Sune Thomsen is a Windows and Devices MVP. And he has written a great blog post about the concept behind Windows 365 Boot.

In this blog post, I will explore the concept of Windows 365 Boot, a unique feature that complements Windows 365 Frontline well. Windows 365 Boot became generally available (GA) in September 2023 and is revolutionizing the way users can access their Cloud PCs.

So, buckle up for my next venture, and let’s look at what this relatively new feature is all about and which use cases it covers. Also, let me show you how to configure Windows 365 Boot and how we can restrict user access on the physical Windows 365 Boot device.

Read the post by Sune here: The Concept of Windows 365 Boot

Run Legacy Applications with Ease using Windows 365

Thomas Marcussen is a Windows and Devices MVP. And he has written an excellent blog about running legacy applications on Windows 365.

“Businesses tend not to want to implement too many changes to the way they do things when they are already doing very well. As such, this can pose a major stumbling block to the adoption of new products and services.

Migrating to the cloud is something that raises several concerns for businesses. So Windows 365 wants to offer a secure and reliable experience that can alleviate those concerns. It is an easy-to-use virtual desktop environment that also supports legacy applications ensuring that you won’t need to make changes that you are unwilling to make.”

Read the post by Thomas here: Run Legacy Applications with Ease using Windows 365

Protecting Windows 365 Cloud Pcs With Microsoft Defender for Endpoint

Dominiek Verham is a Windows and Devices MVP. And he has written a great post about how to protect Windows 365 with Microsoft Defender for Endpoint.

“I’ve covered a couple of security related topics in the past but I never explained one the key things to keep your Cloud PC safe from malware. You probably guessed the topic of this week by now! This week I’ll explain how to connect Microsoft Intune with Microsoft Defender for Endpoint to share device information and create a device configuration policy to ensure that your devices connect to Microsoft Defender for Endpoint. Enjoy!”

Read the post by Dominiek here: Protecting Windows 365 Cloud Pcs With Microsoft Defender for Endpoint

ControlUp Enriches Windows 365 With ControlUp Edge DX

Jon Towles is a Windows and Devices MVP. And he has written an excellent post about Windows 365 with ControlUp Edge DX.

“Today, I am going to take you on a journey with their VIP 50-pack. The 50-pack gives anyone 50 free users for their DEX platform, which plays incredibly well with Microsoft Intune. We will cover how to deploy the agent via Intune, an introduction to the super cool data and analytics of Edge DX, creating alerts, and ControlUp Enrich coverging everything into a single pane-of-glass.”

Read the post by Jon here: ControlUp Enriches Windows 365 With ControlUp Edge DX

Next-level Windows 365 Cloud PC security with the Intune Suite | Windows in the Cloud

It would be hard to name a better pairing than Windows 365 and Intune. At least, that was the case before the launch of the new Microsoft Intune Suite.

Join Christiaan and guests Dilip, Mike, Matt Call, and Matt Shadbolt in this episode of “Windows in the Cloud” to get practical tips on how Intune Suite solutions can help you achieve your security and productivity goals in Windows 365.

RSVP to the event here: Next-level Windows 365 Cloud PC security with the Intune Suite

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