Today Technical Preview 1708 was released! Great new stuff as always. The Configuration Manager team release 15 releases of Configuration Manager in a year, 3 Current branch releases and 12 Technical Preview releases! That is simply amazing!! The Configuration Manager product team is doing an amazing job and the products capabilities goes beyond my wildest
I have written a couple of posts now on Configuration Items and Baselines in Configuration Manager so I thought it was time to collect them all here with a call for action! Create your own CI’s and Baseline to make sure that you don’t have any configuration drift out there. Many settings are configured using
SCUG.SE Welcomes you to two days of Client Management content at Microsoft in Akalla, Stockholm on the 12-13 of October! The Agenda is almost completed we have some slots that are not 100% decided yet, waiting response. We have some new speakers this time, it will be great! Almost all sessions are presented in Swedish!
I am proud and honored to be renewed as Enterprise Mobility MVP 2017-2018! I was originally to be renewed in October but now that the MVP program is moving to a annual renewal cycle I was renewed in July as well! Thanks Microsoft and everyone in the community making this possible!
Techdays in Sweden is the biggest event of its kind in Sweden and I always enjoy it. Meeting old colleagues, customers, Microsoft employees, MVP’s and fellow community peers, it is always so much fun! This year I have the great honor to be hosting a pre-conf together with Peter Löfgren at TrueSec “Windows 10 –
At MMS 2017 in Minneapolis me and Ryan Ephgrave @EphingPosh had the great honor of doing a session on some of the great Community tools out there for Configuration Manager. We did it last year as well with the help of Kent Agerlund and it is always great fun, just preparing it, researching looking for
In Windows 10 1703 – Creators Update there is a new Group Policy setting that actually allows us to control what is visible in “Settings” for our users. This is useful for computers with a specific purpose for instance or other business requirements. The policy is called “Settings Page Visibility” it can be used to
In previous versions of Windows 10, before 1703 built-in apps that couldn’t be uninstalled could still be blocked with Applocker so that they never got installed and it has worked great! With Windows 10 1703 there are two apps that I have identified as not being able to uninstall, it is not a Windows Capability