Category: Configuration Manager 2012

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1 step process to finding the Powershell module for SCCM

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If you want to use the Powershell CMDlets for managing your Configuration Manager 2012 environment, you will find that they are not available by default. In order to use the Powershell CMDlets, you need to import the Configuration Manager Powershell module. Run this command:

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How To Install .NET Framework 3.5 on Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10

INTRODUCTION The Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 is still a common prerequisite for applications and is therefore required to be installed. This post is a guide for how to install .NET Framework 3.5 on Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10. This blog post describes how to install .NET Framework using: Command line Server Manager (GUI) Offline Installer Unfortunately, installing the Feature is not as straight forward as you might think. Microsoft has a guide for it, but it does…

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Tips and tricks for deploying the Application Catalog in Configuration Manager 2012

As you might know, the Application Catalog is a great new feature in System Center Configuration Manager 2012. It gives a lot of functionality for the user, such as being able to request software, see what applications are assigned to the computer, current primary device and much more. Yvette Omeally has posted some Tips and Tricks for deploying the Application Catalog at the System Center Configuration Manager Blog on Technet.

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Over 100 Hands-On labs from TechEd now available for a limited time!

If you’re interested in spending some time with labs during the summer you should have a look at the TechEd website, where they currently have over 100 hands-on labs from TechEd 2012 available for the next two months. Here’s how you gain access to them: 1. Sign in to Microsoft TechEd using your account. If you don’t have one, you can create one for free. 2.  Go to the Content Catalog and filter on Hands-On labs 3. Download the manual…

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System Center Configuration Manager SP1 announced at Tech Ed 2012

Yesterday, it was announced that there soon would be an SP1 release for Configuration Manager 2012, and with quite a few great changes from the RTM. Here are some of the updates posted at Kent Agerlund’s blog yesterday: New OS support: Windows 8 Windows 8 tablet – Intel SoC tablets support Mac OS X Linux and Unix – Changes in SQL replication – Now it will be possible to add a new CAS, after you have created a stand-alone primary…

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