Author Archives: mteegarden

SCCM with SSL….this can sometimes be a bit tricky!

If you follow the guide for creating and deploying certificates you may run into an issue with the SCCM Reporting Point piece of the picture. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg682023.aspx When creating the ConfigMgr Web Server Certificate make sure you create a Common Name … Continue reading

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Great guides on how to install / upgrade SCCM

https://www.systemcenterdudes.com/step-by-step-sccm-1511-configuration/ https://www.systemcenterdudes.com/sccm-1602-upgrade-guide/ https://www.systemcenterdudes.com/sccm-1511-migration/  

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MMS 2016

I’m getting ready for MMS 2016¬†and getting my session on SCCM Disaster Recovery started.

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SCCM Software updates automation

Software Updates synchronize daily at 14:00 Software updates classifications: Select the Classifications you want SCCM WSUS to synchronize Select the Products you want SCCM WSUS to synchronize   Create collections for Software Updates Device Collections > Workstation Clients > Software … Continue reading

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SCCM–WSUS Maintenance

http://blog.coretech.dk/kea/house-of-cardsthe-configmgr-software-update-point-and-wsus/ Increased the Private Memory Limit (KB) to 6291456 (6GB) on the WSUS Server Open IIS Select Application Pools Right click the WSUS app pool and select Advanced Settings Find the Private Memory Limit (KB) setting and adjust. Example:  Your … Continue reading

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SQL maintenance with Ola’s script

Steve Thompson (MVP) has an excellent blog describing how to implement SQL maintenance scripts for SCCM.  https://stevethompsonmvp.wordpress.com/2013/05/07/optimizing-configmgr-databases/ As you know, there is a a SCCM Site Maintenance job titled Rebuild Indexes.  Steve Thompson goes into some detail on his blog … Continue reading

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SQL Database Files

Today I encountered a little bit of a misconfiguraiton on the SQL Server for SCCM and WSUS.  The database files (.MDF) and log files (.LDF) were on the same drive.  That is not good for performance.  Ideally we would want … Continue reading

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