When writing TSbackground the next version of OSDBackground my collegue Johan Schrewelius spent a lot of time analyzing how time is set during OSD in Configuration Manager in WinPE. The whole purpose being to display the correct time, time zone and time elapsed during OSD. We thought it would be a good idea to post
Just in time for Windows 1903 the Onevinn Upgrade tools are getting some new features. Johan Schrewelius has been doing a great job once again. “TSLaunch ConfigMgr extension 2.3.19109.1.msi”, is updated with improved datetime handling. “UPGBackground 1.0.19111.1.msi” It will show _SMSTSCurrentStepName all along the TS and an additional progressbar showing the actual upgrade progress during
Windows 10 1903 are now available on MSDN and it is time to deploy it and remove the builtin apps we don’t need. There are no major changes, added the two new version files “Apps18362.txt” and “Capabilities18362.txt” and a script to make it easier to extract all the builtin apps, “Getapps.ps1”. Getapps.ps1 will create a
YES!! It is finally time for a new two-day SCUG event in on the 3-4 April at Microsoft on Stockholm. Me and Stefan Schörling have the great honor of having a truly awesome speaker lineup to make the event truly great! Most sessions will be in Swedish! Our awesome Swedish lineup: Nickolaj Andersen, MVP-@NickolajA –
One great improvement in Configuration Manager 1902 Technical Preview is the possibility to select to only view the first monitor and not all monitors when the machine you are remote controlling has more than one. This is a big issue today best solved by have a bigger screens than the end users. This is how
“Application approval in the latest version of Configuration Manager 1806/1810 has gotten a lot of love! It’s one of the biggest changes to application deployment in many years. It still needs some finishing touches, but it’s well worth it to try it out and perhaps start using it.” I wrote a blog post over at
In Configuration Manager a new way of waking up computers exists. We can Wake Up a single computer or all computers in a collection using the Client Notification channel, no need to configure Wake-On-LAN in Configuration Manager site settings and no need to ask the network team to turn on Subnet-Directed Broadcast. We tested it
I while back I wrote a script and published it on Github that allows us to run one step in our Task Sequence to remove the builtin apps and it reads two text files for each version of Windows 10 so we have total control of what we uninstall. It is really simple to update
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