Config Manger 2012 SDK–Prerelease
Last Friday at the Minnesota System Center Users Group I had the pleasure of seeing Wally Mead speak! His session lasted about three hours and he covered Config Manger 2012 SP1. Configuration Manger 2012 – SP1 – probably won’t be released until Windows 8 is released. Windows 8 No more WAIK. WAIK is replaced […]Read More..
Last Friday at the Minnesota System Center Users Group I had the pleasure of seeing Wally Mead speak! I noticed that Wally had Windows 8 on his laptop, but he was also using Virtual Machines. I asked him if those were Hyper-V machines and he said yes. At this point I was confused! He told […]Read More..
Here is a view that you can use to see SCCM Client inventory and WSUS scan state information. CREATE view [dbo].[v_SCCM_Health_Check] as select distinct a.name0 as ‘MachineName’ , a.itemkey , a.operating_system_name_and0 as ‘OperatingSystem’ , os.CSDVersion0 as ‘OS_ServicePack’ , a.client0 as ‘SCCM_Client’ , a.Client_Version0 as ‘SCCM_ClientVersion’ , case when a.User_Name0 like ‘%\%’ then substring(a.User_Name0,charindex(‘\’,a.User_Name0)+ 1,charindex(‘\’,a.User_Name0)) else […]Read More..
I will be speaking at TechFuseMN on Thursday May 17th. Here are links to a couple of the SCCM 2012 tools that I will be using. Right Click Tools – http://sms-hints-tricks.blogspot.com/2011/08/configmgr-2012-console-extensions.html More Right Click Tools (since I have no idea how to get the above one’s to work!) – http://eskonr.com/2012/05/sccm-2012-right-click-tools/ RegKeyToMOF – http://myitforum.com/cs2/files/folders/proddocs/entry152945.aspx Config Manager […]Read More..
One of the business units I work with needed to deploy an application using SCCM. So far so good right? Then they said that they only wanted it to run between 23:00 and 06:00. So now you are thinking about putting a Maintenance Window on the collection to accomplish the time restriction requirement right? Well, […]Read More..
Just by reading the title of this post you can rest assured that the s**t hit the fan on one of my SCCM Primary Sites today! One of our drives was almost full and it turned out that the SMSSIG$ folder was the culprit. First you should ask yourself, how did this happen? How did […]Read More..
I received a request a few weeks ago to create a report that had one row for each server and then one column per month / year. In the column would be an asterisks if the server is compliant for all that patches for that month (meaning, all that months patches are installed). Well, after […]Read More..
Do you ever use the Software Updates reports that are built into SCCM? Have you ever wanted a report that details information about patch compliance on a particular collection of machines? List Of All Updates This report will list the following information: Bulletin ID – example MS12-006 Article ID – example 2638806 Date Posted Date […]Read More..