I always love testing out the new Technical Previews and I must say that this one is extremely impressive and all the features are in line with the times we live in now with Covid-19. The product team has once again outdone themselves in features that we need in this scenario. The features included in
The recordings from our SCUGSE – Client Day in April 2020 is now live on YouTube in the SCUGSE channel.Thanks to everyone who attended and for all the presentations by the great speakers! There were almost 250 people signed up for the meeting Connected in the MS Teams meeting at the same time was 190
We normally arrange at least two physical events per year in our Swedish User group but this time we will do it online using Teams instead as the whole horrible Covid-19 is affecting the whole world. New this time as well we will do it in English as well! We have the great pleasure to
Application groups in Configuration Manager is a pre-release feature which has evolved greatly from release to release. Configuration Manager 2002 is no different. Two of my three most wanted features are in the latest release, required uninstall and reverse uninstall order of applications. Let’s have a look at how it looks. Let’s start with the
Orchestration Groups is a new feature in Configuration Manager 2002 and replaces Server Groups which never made it out of pre-release.. Orchestration Groups is a pre-release feature that you need to enable if you intend to use it. NOTE: Orchestration Groups will replace Server Groups if you are using that today and convert your Server
This post started as a poll I did on twitter on how many has enabled Strong Authentication in Configuration Manager as a requirement to access the Configuration Manager Admin Console(SMS Provider). The result was interesting.. 96,2 percent use Windows authentication… that is a way to high number. Configuration Manager basically owns all devices in your
A big ask and dream has been a Webbased admin portal for Configuration Manager for a long time. The new feature in Configuration Manager 2002.2 Technical Preview “Device sync and actions” is the first look at the feature promised and presented at Ignite in 2019. This new features is hopefully the start with more features
This is a report from the “Onevinn utility research kitchen” where we have spent a few days contemplating and testing driver distribution during OSD. Driver distribution appears to be the talk of the town and new solutions keep popping up at a high rate. Most of these solutions target bandwidth utilization and involves distributing compressed
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