A recent customer was having an issue using ConfigMgr (SCCM) to deploy Windows on their new HP ProLiant Gen9 servers. Their existing hardware models and virtual machines worked fine, but the new HP Gen9 models were failing with the following
Yesterday I upgraded my ConfigMgr 2012 R2 lab to SP1 and encountered a small bit of trouble. During the SP installation the Admin Console failed to uninstall; during installation the MSI performed an unexpected reboot. Scenario The primary site server
On May 14, 2015, Microsoft released a Service Pack for ConfigMgr 2012 (awesome!). There has been some confusion as can be seen on the original announcement blog comments and the details of that confusion are laid out by Jason Sandys
It’s a good day to not be assigned to a customer… Microsoft released Windows 10 Technical Preview Build 9926! I took a moment to download all 4 ISO files (Professional and Enterprise, 32 and 64 bit), inventoried the ISOs to
If you ever looked into using BranchCache, you’re likely well aware that the Enterprise or Ultimate editions of Windows Workstation are required to get this peer-2-peer caching functionality. That’s a disappointment for many organizations who aren’t spending the extra money
< div class=”ExternalClassCCC4F98D00E841F2BF7BD261758309ED”> If you’re looking for a way to test an Android device, consider the Android-86 port which can be run as a VM. This makes a great test/demo platform for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager or Microsoft Intune.
< div class=”ExternalClass16EB91745BFA419384C0E3307E72D388″> With some guidance from Microsoft TechNet, Edward at StackOverflow.com, and Adam at RedThree, I managed to enhance the Compliance 5 – Computers in a Collection report by separating each computer onto its own page. When exported to
This is a modification of the default report Compliance 5 – Specific Computer, but it combines the result for each computer in a collection. The report can get quite long, however, it is a much better than running the default