As I mentioned before I was using Windows Intune and wasn’t very happy about Wave D.
But I decided to try it again with a more productive system.
Maybe I’m getting a budget to try it out more than the typical 30 day trial period but we will see.
But before I’m starting to enroll something on a (third level) productive machine I want to know how to wipe it out if I have troubles or done enough testing.
First option is to retire the device which means Intune will create a schedule task and deinstall all software and reset all changes made during Intune use.
But if there is a deeper problem or you can’t reach the client anymore you can use a script made by the Intune Team.
Here’s the official Technet Website.
I tried it a couple of weeks before on several machines and the job was done well enough.
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Using the Windows Intune uninstall scripts or the Windows Intune command line tool