Using Intune Win32 Apps instead of Intune PowerShell Scripts

Sometimes, you just need to deploy a one off setting or configuration quickly, and the Intune PowerShell feature can be very handy to do this.¬† I have used this a lot to run PowerShell scripts on my managed Windows 10 and 11 Endpoints to do admin tasks like removing built-in Windows apps, or to enforce certain configurations. A recent example of this was to set a registry key to disable the ‘Could not reconnect all network drives’ toast notification (which is more of an annoyance as the the network drives are actually working but this notification can generate unnecessary calls…