It’s been many years since I read that SQL databases should use an NTFS volume formatted with at 64KB file allocation unit size (block size). So long that I didn’t remember why or if it is still considered best/good practice.
Several ConfigMgr scenarios require that the content Source Path be changed. This typically includes migrating to a new ConfigMgr environment (2007 to 2012, 2012 to Current Branch, etc.), and simply moving the source content to a new location such as
I was recently taking a training course and the lab guide said “create some files in c:\stuff”. Sure, I could use Windows Explorer or Command Prompt or even a PowerShell command to do this. I guess the easiest way would
A colleague of mine recently was working on a Windows image with a specific setting for Microsoft Office 2010. However, the registry key simply would not “sick” and would be stripped out at some point before the user could log
A friend of mine mentioned that he expectantly spent a few hours with glazed over eyes clicking “C” on the keyboard to press “Continue” on a dialog box that was being generated a few hundred times. He quickly acknowledged that
Changing the site name or description in SCCM is frankly a pain in the rear. To my knowledge SCCM doesn’t use it internally and it is simply a description for the administrators to identify some characteristics about the site. This
Thanks to this article (http://www.mattblodgett.com/2007/11/notepad-tip-syntax-highlighting-for.html) for helping me fix an annoyance with Notepad++. I often use Notepad++ as a lightweight editor for scripts. However, some script files like .wsf are not a recognized language and I have to manually select