Tag: Syntaro

Allow changing Windows Language during device Enrollment

The management of language packs and keyboard layouts can be very complex. I have seen that in a lot of projects. Often there is the requirement to preconfigure the computer with the correct language pack for the user. In old school ConfigMgr environments this is controlled often during the task

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Syntaro Introduces Application Deployment Rings to Intune

With our App Management Module, we solved an important issue most of you have with Intune: the distribution of applications which are not single MSI files and which might require pre and post steps during install and uninstall. This module is now in production for several of our customers and

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Syntaro App Management Base Script extended to Version 9

When working with Syntaro App Management you learn how helpful the Base Script can be. I have extended it to make it simpler to create your own packages. In the last few weeks I had the following challanges in customer projects. Kill running Processes Until last week you had to

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New Syntaro Version 1803

I’m happy to announce the availability of Syntaro Version 1803. The new Version improves the Application Management Module and allows you to better control and monitor your deployments in a modern managed Windows 10 environment with Intune. If you would like to try out our solutions, you can register your

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Syntaro update 1801 released

The Syntaro platform was updated to version 1801. With the new version we provide a smother sign up process for new customers. The release also includes the ability to immediately start a trial with a single click. As this release contains more backend optimizations, you can stay tuned, because the

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New Functions in the Syntaro App Management Base Script

Hi All, during the Holiday season in between of 2017 and 2018 Thomas added two more PowerShell functions that you can use in Syntaro Application Management. They are added to the Base-Script on Github and can be used in all new packages. The good thing with our Base-Script is, that

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