Tag: Configuration Manager

HASMUG 2016 | June 9th

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Microsoft Systems Management #UserVoice Links

Hello community! We’ve all seen a massive impact ever since Microsoft decided to pivot systems management (System Center, Intune, MSOMS, PowerShell DSC, etc.) feature requests to “User Voice“. We thought we’d publish a list of links for the community to post feature requests

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Easily Document #ConfigMgr Client Settings with #PowerShell

First, be sure to update the ConfigMgr PowerShell module! https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=46681 Special thanks to http://www.verboon.info/2013/05/powershell-script-to-retrieve-sccm-2012-client-settings/ # Export a report of all client settings to a CSV. Based on http://www.verboon.info/2013/05/powershell-script-to-retrieve-sccm-2012-client-settings/ # Author: Stephen Leuthold   import-module($Env:SMS_ADMIN_UI_PATH.Substring(0,$Env:SMS_ADMIN_UI_PATH.Length-5) + ‘\ConfigurationManager.psd1’) [string]$cmSiteCode = "{0}:" -f

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Upgrading to Configuration Manager Current Branch (1511)

Level: 200 Description: There are multiple upgrade scenarios to the “current” Current Branch, which is currently 1511. 🙂 Avoid the late night upgrade headaches and choose the right upgrade methodology that will make your significant other (or cat) a happy camper. Let

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Monitoring OSD using the MDT Monitoring webservice and PowerBI Desktop #ConfigMgr

We are currently using ConfigMgr integrated with MDT to manage OS deployments. Recently I was tasked with creating a dashboard to display the progress of OS deployments. I was also recently inspired by a TechNet Wiki post where ECM MVP Raf

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Do you need to upgrade to Configuration Manager vNext? – #HASMUG15 October

Level: 200 Description: Configuration Manager vNext is due to be released later this calendar year. What are the compelling reasons that you would consider upgrading to it? There are a number of great features coming in the next release of

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‘Self-Healing’ SCCM & Endpoint Agent Software – #HASMUG15 October

Level: 200 Description: Enterprises continue to struggle with basic visibility and control of their endpoint devices both Off and On the corporate network.  Come to learn how what nearly 2-dozen endpoint OEM vendors (i.e.; Dell, HP, Lenovo, Microsoft, Panasonic, Toshiba

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Managing Third Party Updates with Microsoft’s System Center Configuration Manager – #HASMUG15 June

Level: 300 Abstract: Attend this session and learn tips and tricks on how to solve the daily challenges around patching your environment with Microsoft and non-Microsoft updates. We will outline best practices and demonstrate how to effectively patch 3rd party

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Mobile Device Management with ConfigMgr 2012 R2 SP1 – #HASMUG15 June

Level: 200 Abstract: In this session, we’ll explore the new capabilities of Mobile Device Management with Configuration Manager with Intune. Mobile Device Management has been a feature of System Center Configuration Manager for years now, but often one or more

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Future Ready Your Configuration Management Career

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