OOFHours podcast

OOFHours podcast

This technology-focused podcast from Michael Niehaus will focus on similar subject matter to the https://oofhours.com blog: Windows provisioning and management, focused on Windows Autopilot, Microsoft Endpoint Manager (including Intune, ConfigMgr, and Desktop Analytics), and all of Microsoft 365. Expect an unpolished, unedited stream of consciousness about a variety of topics.


May 3, 2020 31 min

This is only episode 2, so cut me some slack - I'm still an amateur at this.  In this episode, I talk primarily about Windows Autopilot group tags, news since the last podcast, and general Q&A.  Check out https://oofhours.com for additional information, and e-mail me at Michael@oofhours.com with any questions or comments.

Mark as Played

This is the (very rough and amateurish) first episode of the OOFHours podcast, complementing the existing https://oofhours.com blog.  In this episode, the focus is on Windows Autopilot Hybrid Azure AD Join.  For more information:



Mark as Played

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