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Update Client Settings Priority Tool for ConfigMgr 2012 – v1.0

After releasing a couple of betas over the last week I have made some more changes to the Update Client Setting Priority Tool.

The major change is that the Tool now supports the amendment of SCEP policies. 295 more words

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Fix boot manager UEFI capturing image sccm2012


Today I’m very busy with my projects so… Sorry for no posting on this month

Today we gonna learn how to repair a UEFI boot on this following scenario: 115 more words

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Update Client Settings Priority Tool for ConfigMgr 2012 – Beta v1.1

Update Available – v1.0 

I have amended the Update Client Settings Priority Tool for ConfigMgr 2012 to include a check if duplicate priorities have been entered into the tool. 35 more words

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SCCM 2012: Install downloaded Software Update through PowerShell

With the last Patch cycle from Microsoft we had a bigger problem with the patch MS15-018, which failed on a lot of servers. The patch also prevented all other following patches to be installed. 56 more words


Update Client Settings Priority Tool for ConfigMgr 2012 - Beta v1.0

Update Available – v1.0 

In Configmgr 2012, if you create custom Client Settings a priority is assigned to the policy. This priority can be amended in the ConfigMgr console by right clicking the setting and choosing Increase or Decrease Priority. 168 more words

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SCCM 2012 R2 + Microsoft Intune - Exchange Conditional Access

Hi, here is Martin with a Blogpost about the new Feature that has been shipped to the Microsoft Mobile Device Management Solution Intune: Conditional Echange/Sharepoint Access. 213 more words

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Dynamically deploying packages and applications to computers using a Task Sequence via PowerShell in ConfigMgr 2012

Peter van der Woude created an excellent PowerShell script and blog post to dynamically deploy applications to computers via a Task Sequence within ConfigMgr.

At a client recently, I was tasked with implementing this script. 2,933 more words

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