I am currently doing a Auto Pilot / Intune deployment and was asked how we could deploy web link shortcuts to the users desktop as well as the start menu. Currently when you do a web link app deployment in Intune it will only ‘install’ it in the users Start menu and not the users desktop. By leveraging PowerShell and Intune Configuration policies we can have it deploy to the start menu and the desktop.
During my initial search I came across this blog which was exactly what I was looking for but since I have OneDrive folder redirection it seemed to be having issues finding the desktop path, and I wanted to use any icons instead of the default chrome or edge icons.
Azure Blob and Custom Icons
For the shortcut you need to specify a url to a ICO file. To do this I set up cold Azure … Continue...
In my previous article I showed you how you can leverage PowerShell and Intune to set a computers wallpaper even if the OS was not Enterprise or Education. Currently, If you want to set the wallpaper or lock screen wallpaper via Intune Policies, you must be on either Enterprise or Education. In this article I will show you how you can leverage PowerShell and Intune, and set your own lock screen wallpaper no matter the version.
In my example I will use Intune to set the lock screen image of my end user machines to the following image:
First, we need to create a PowerShell script that will do the following:
- Download the wallpaper
- Store the wallpaper locally on the target machine
- Set the lock screen wallpaper
In my example, I want to set my wallpaper as the following image: https://www.thelazyadministrator.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/nicewall.jpg, which will be named wallpaper_LazyAdmin.jpg and stored at … Continue...