Guide: How to change Client Policy polling interval in SCCM 2007
By default, every client will check against it’s own primary every 60 minutes to see if there are new policies available, such as new advertisements, collection membership etc. If you are interested in configuring the inverval the client looks for new policies you can easily configure this in the Computer Client Agent settings.
Difference Between Update and Refresh Distribution Point in SCCM 2007
Do you know what the difference between updating a distribution point and refreshing a distribution point is in SCCM 2007? It can be quite confusing, and when to use one over the other is not obvious. Lets first talk about Updating a Distribution Point: Here’s a scenario: You have created a new package for an application in which you have changed some source files. For example, you have changed settings in a file, added additional files or maybe you have…
Windows Server 2012 RTM to be released first week in August!
I wrote earlier about the release date of Windows 8, and now the date for Windows Server 2012 has been released as well! According to the Windows Team Blog, the RTM for Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8 will be released in the same week. General availability will be in September. This is going to be a really good Microsoft year 🙂
1 simpCommand to find out what Active Directory site your device belongs to
INTRODUCTION Sometime you might want to know for the sake of just knowing, or for troubleshooting reasons, what Active Directory Site your machine belongs to. COMMAND Here is a simple command you can use:
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Next Big Thing: Windows 8 tablet running Microsoft hardware?
Microsoft will be holding a press conference next Monday in Los Angeles, and rumors have it that they will be presenting a Windows 8 RT tablet running on Microsoft hardware. If they succeed with this it might just be the next big thing as one the big reasons of the iPad, iPhone success is Apple’s ability to control everything from the software to the hardware. We’ll just have to wait and see if Microsoft goes into the hardware business, but…
MCSE: Private Cloud exam is now available for scheduling
Now it’s possible to book the MCSE: Private Cloud exam through ProMetric! In order for you to obtain this certification you first need to pass these prerequisites: If you have the MCITP: Windows Server 2008, Server Administrator certification, you will automatically receive the MCSA: Windows Server 2008 certification. Press on the different steps to open a link to the Microsoft Learning website to learn more about the certifications.
What’s new in Remote Desktop Services for Windows Server 2012
Ben Meister from the Desktop Virtualization team at Microsoft recently created a new blog post at MSDN and explained the new features of Remote Desktop Services in Windows Server 2012. There are a lot of news in the new version, so head on over to the MSDN blog to read about all them!
Download all TechEd North America 2012 sessions using a Powershell script
Tim Nilimaa at Infoworks.tv has posted a cool Powershell script for downloading all the sessions from TechEd North America 2012. Be sure to check it out at the Infoworks blog.
Two new Windows Server 2012 certifications announced!
Microsoft announced a few days via the Born to Learn blog that there are two new Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) certifications. These new certifications are based on Windows Server 2012 and have similarities to the previous Windows Server 2008 exams. Both of these certifications have 3 prerequisites each. Read more about these prerequisites by pressing the MCSE images above the descriptions. These are the new certifications (Descriptions taken from Microsoft): The MCSE: Desktop Infrastructure certification focuses on how to…
Windows Intune Starter Guide available for download
As you might know, Windows Intune is a pretty cool system for managing clients in the cloud. It has some similarities to SCCM, but the concept here is that you pay for each device that you will connect to your Intune account. If you’re interesting in reading more about this exciting cloud based product, be sure to download the starter guide from here.
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Daniel Classon works as a Senior Consultant at Mansoft, focusing on Microsoft Configuration Manager, Windows 10 and Powershell
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Friday #WaaS Tip: Record full Build Number Key during IPU. Helps support teams know which patch level was installed at time of upgrade to help correlate if any upgrade issues correspond to a specific patch level of the upgrade build. Blog Post Update coming soon (SetOSDinfo)3