Today during Ignite 2019 Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager 1911 Technical Preview was released. The first Configuration Manager release where everything is re-branded from System Center to Microsoft Endpoint. The re-branding makes prefect sense, Configuration Manager has always walked it’s own way in the System Center family, different release cadence, different version name and so on.
Do not miss this eye candy, TSBackground for ConfigMgr, that also adds security to your deployments. We are all familiar with the ConfigMgr standard TSProgresUI, which makes a great job but perhaps is not so aesthetically appealing. TSBackground is the successor of “OSDBackground” that we published a couple of years ago. This new version addresses
Run Scripts on Configuration Manager is one of the coolest things in a long time. I have a long list of scripts to write/blog here is the first. Update the logged on users GPOs. Then challenge with this is that the script is executed in System Context and we want to be in the users
From time to time I get the question to install the CM Remote Tools standalone. I wrote a blog post about how to run it standalone a couple of years ago. In that blog post a comment on how to add a registry key normally added by the Admin console setup will make the audit
The great feeling when you get an email from Uservoice that your uservoice item has been implemented in the latest Configuration Manager Technical Preview 1810.2!! This is one thing I always change, the Startup of the SCCM Remote Tools service on the clients to Automatic instead of Automatic(delayed). That is one of the biggest complaints
Close after Configuration Manager 1802 CB we got a new technical preview, 1803!! Some really great stuff in this one some is a result of the Hackathon we did at the MVP Summit in March. What is new then? PXE boot without the need for WDS and IPV6 support. This has been around for a
This is part 2 of my posts about Onevinn SCCM Extensions that my colleague Johan Schrewelius has written and posted on TechNet Gallery: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/SCCM-Extensions-for-driver-be30b298 It includes Modern driver management features but also an extension to execute Server Side commands during OS deployment in the Task Sequence to replace Scripts and Webservices. This functionality is a direct
My co-worker Johan Schrewelius has written a cool extension to Configuration Manager that adds some great features. In this post I will cover how it can dynamically manage drivers and driver software as we often must install that as well to get everything working. The end goal is to be able to add hardware models