With the little PowerShell script described here, you can quickly add an email address to your Exchange Online account in Office 365. This allows you to easily create throwaway email addresses. Note that the script requires PowerShell 3.0.
In the last post of this four part review of Windows Intune 3 we covered authentication and policies, in this final part we’ll look at what’s been improved in the console as well as the forthcoming integration between SCCM and Intune.
In part two of this Windows Intune review we looked at the new mobile device management, in this third post we’ll look at how Intune integrates with Office 365 accounts and even AD on-premises as well as what’s new in policy management.
In part one of this four part overview of Windows Intune 3 we looked at what Windows Intune is and what it can do, in this part we’ll cover the new mobile device management capabilities.
In this four part series we’ll look at Microsoft’s cloud based, PC management service – Windows Intune 3, what’s new in the latest release and where it can be a good addition to your IT management infrastructure.