This is part 2 of my posts about Onevinn SCCM Extensions that my colleague Johan Schrewelius has written and posted here: https://onevinn.schrewelius.it/Apps01.html 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 response
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
Troubleshooting driver issues when the computer stops during OSD when booting with the infamous circle showing or nothing at all showing is a big challenge. With all the modern 2-in-1 devices and devices using USB-C docking stations I have seen this a couple of times the last month. One option that at least gives us
I wrote a post way back where I used a Powershell script to query AD group description for Applications to install dynamically during OS deployment in Configuration Manager. There was a couple of comments and recently a request to extend that script to also install packages dynamically during OS Deployment. The old post can be
In Windows 10 1607 the TPM Password Hash is no longer accessible from within windows. This is design change to increase the Security in windows 10 which you can read more about here: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/itpro/windows/keep-secure/change-the-tpm-owner-password Quote: “Starting with Windows 10, version 1607, Windows will not retain the TPM owner password when provisioning the TPM. The password
There are a couple of OS deployment webservices out there like the legendary one from Maik Koster that is great (Should be built-in the product!) We have been using and developing our own OSD webservice at Onevinn which we used a couple of years now. It has been developed by my college Johan Schrewelius who
In Windows 10 Onedrive is builtin, in some scenarios you don’t want to use it as, for instance if you use both Onedrive and Onedrive for Business installed as that is confusing for the user. Yes, you can turn of Onedrive using a Group Policy but the Onedrive Setup will run for every user creating
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