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  1. HASMUG 2015 | March 26th

    March 26 @ 8:00 am - 5:45 pm

Community Blog

  • Disable Software Update Agent on SCCM 2012 Client

    I needed to do this as a part of a process requirement (don’t ask). Really couldn’t find a way of doing this but had an idea. Luckily the nice folks over on the Configuration Manager 2012 SDK forum promptly responded: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/a2a97ca5-398f-4845-a059-0066b044f1a3/disable-software-updates-client-component?forum=configmanagersdk

  • How to monitor SCCM OSD

    You could use reports…. Or use Status Message queries! One may say, “Why, when I can just look at the console or computer to see the progress”. How does that help us when we want to automate more? It’s important

  • Running Cireson’s Remote Manage App From Command Line

    Cireson recently announced the free release of their Remote Manage app for System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager. Within a few weeks of its release back in October there have been over 900 downloads. Wally Mead is also scheduled to

  • Improved Reporting on SQL Instances in SCCM

    This came up during our 2014 Q3 user group meeting. Matthew Hudson (ECM MVP) informed us that with SCEP SQL exclusions you’ll need to ensure you exclude the SQL DB/LOG file locations that are not set to the default locations. Methods

  • HASMUG 2014 | Hyper-V MVP Hans Vredevoort talks about his Day-5 session

    Hyper-V MVP Hans Vredevoort talks about his Day-5‬ session: Hans Vredevoort – HASMUG – Day 5 from Maarten Goet on Vimeo. Space is limited! To ensure your spot at this one-of-a-kind event register at http://hasmug.eventbrite.com

  • HASMUG 2014 | Azure MVP Marc van Eijk talks about his ‪Day-5‬ session

    Azure MVP Marc van Eijk talks about his ‪Day-5‬ session! Marc van Eijk – HASMUG – Day 5 from Maarten Goet on Vimeo. Space is limited! To ensure your spot at this one-of-a-kind event register at http://hasmug.eventbrite.com

  • SCCM PowerShell Script to Check for Local DP (Get-SCCMClientHasLocalDP)

    As announced at HASMUG September 2011 I have developed 4 PowerShell cmdlet’s to add on to Rikard Ronnkvist’s PowerShell module. They are not officially published yet but here is the one that checks to see if the target machine has

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