Settings for Intune-managed devices (Legacy)
Starting in Windows 10, version 1703, you can import ADMX files (also called ADMX ingestion) and set those ADMX-backed policies for Win32 and Desktop Bridge apps by using Windows 10 Mobile Device Management (MDM) on desktop SKUs. The ADMX files that define policy information can be ingested to your device by using the Policy CSP URI, The ingested ADMX file is then processed into MDM policies.
In order to set the KONNEKT policies you need to ingest the admx file in a configuration profile first:
1. Go to your Microsoft Endpoint Manager portal 2. Click on Devices, then in the sub-menu go to Configuration profiles 3. Create profile: Select Platform Windows 10 and later, profile type Templates, in search field choose Custom, then Create
4. Now choose a Name for this profile, Next 5. Under Configuration settings:
First you have to ingest the admx file: Add new Row
Click on Add then in the new window:
- Name: choose a name, e.g. KonnektAdmxIngesting
In the following picture 4 policies are added (as an example). After ingesting the admx file, you can choose the policies you need to push to your clients from the tables Available Intune Policies
6. Assign the policies to groups/users, and Next, Next, and Create
After a successful Sync for assigned devices/users restart KONNEKT to apply the new policies.
To check that the URI's have been deployed correctly in your MDM go to Devices -> Windows -> your Device -> Device configuration -> your configuration profile
To check configured URI's on the machine go to the following path in the Registry:
[HKCU or HKLM]\SOFTWARE\Policies\GlueckKanja\Konnekt
Choose HKCU for user policies or HKLM for machine policies.
URI's are case-sensitive!
Most of the policies are applicable to version 2.0 and above