SCCM post installation checklist

When I perform a new Configuration Manager installation after all the standard configuration (enable all agents necessary, configuring the different roles, boundaries, network access accounts and configure all the other standard components) I also end up doing a lot of other configuration as well. I tried to collect all the information needed about the different tasks and thought I would

6451B – Planning, Deploying and Managing Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007

Last week I had the great pleasure to deliver the updated 6451B – Planning, Deploying and Managing Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 at Cornerstone in Gothenburg, Sweden. It is a really great course and it was a really great week, thank you everyone who attended! The new updated “B” version is updated to cover

Recorded session from TechED 2010 Europe is now available online

For all you not attending TechED 2010 in Berlin, recorded sessions are now available for everyone at There are many great System Center Session I strongly recommend checking out the following sessions on Configuration Manager 2012: System Center Configuration Manager V.Next Overview: System Center Configuration Manager V.Next Technical demonstration, Where pre-beta 2 code was

Configuration Manager V.Next = Configuration Manager 2012

At TechED 2010 in Berlin that the official name for the System Center Configuration Manager V.Next version will be Configuration Manager 2012! The 2012 name will also be shared with other System Center products like, System Center Operations Manager 2012, System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012. I am so excited about these products that I have

Installing SCCM DashBoards on a SCCM primary site server

In some scenarios like demo, test and proof-of-concept environment it is sometimes necessary to install the SCCM DashBoards Solution Accelerator on the SCCM Primary site server itself, which is not recommended in a production environment. The first time I ran this setup I noticed that Windows SharePoint services stops the default website, which SCCM depends