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
Configuration Manager 1704 Technical Preview was released yesterday, some really awesome stuff in there this time for all OSD fans for sure! If you aren’t running Technical Preview in a test environment you really should! It is a great way of getting to know the new features and a great way of providing feedback to
In Configuration Manager 1702 there is a new feature /site system role(pre-release) called Data Warehouse. This is a great addition as I cannot count the time I have setup and configured another database and then on a schedule moved data to that Database instead to be used both for historical data and by other systems
I wrote a blog post a while ago where I used a vbscript that will distribute the content of newly added package and check the “copy content in this package to a package share on Distribution Points”. i still use it and it works great… My college Johan Schrewelius re-wrote it to use Powershell instead
My college Johan Schrewelius wrote a script to copy log files from OSD to a network share like the functionality we have in MDT so I thought I would post it here as it is brilliant. It can be downloaded here: Onevinn – Scripts (schrewelius.it) The script “CopyOSDLogs.ps1” can be run anywhere in an OSD
I should have written this post a while ago but haven’t had time yet. When using the new BIOS-UEFI conversion solution in Configuration Manager 1610, https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/osd/deploy-use/task-sequence-steps-to-manage-bios-to-uefi-conversion If you are still on 1606 or earlier you can still use this method: https://ccmexec.com/2016/07/switch-from-bios-to-uefi-seamless-using-configuration-manager-ts-in-6-simple-steps/ I have seen the below error 0x80070490 when the computer tries to restart the first
After playing around a while with Configuration Manager 1701 Technical Preview build I thought it was time to share some info and some nice screenshots. The biggest new feature without competition is the fact that SCCM clients will now select Software Update point using Boundary Groups just like it would with an MP, DP …
Configuration Manager 1612 Technical Preview was released a couple of days ago and I have been playing around with it all the time I could spare since! Many new features that makes us long for 1701TP already now to see how the new features have improved. I cannot help seeing a picture before me where
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