SMS_R_System inner join SMS_G_System_COMPUTER_SYSTEM on SMS_G_System_COMPUTER_SYSTEM.ResourceID = SMS_R_System.ResourceId
SMS_G_System_COMPUTER_SYSTEM.Domain = "<domain name>"
I saw this event posted on System Center Configuration Manager Training Resource web site..
We focus on automating Windows 7 operating system deployments using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager in this webcast. First, we cover how to automate hardware and software inventory using Asset Intelligence to determine what applications and hardware are needed for deploying Windows 7. Next, we examine deploying Windows 7 packages, and we discuss how to add Windows 7 packages to System Center Configuration Manager and then the deploy packages to bare metal machines and existing Windows Vista clients across the enterprise.
Presenter: Kevin Remde, Senior IT Pro Evangelist, Microsoft Corporation
A prolific blogger, Kevin Remde shares his thoughts, ideas, and tips on the TechNet Events Bloggers Web site and the IT Professional Community Web site. As a webcast presenter, he has landed on the Microsoft top 10 webcast list several times. Kevin has worked as both a developer and an IT professional, so he loves sharing helpful new solutions and technologies with his IT peers. At Microsoft, Kevin relishes the opportunity to generate fresh ideas and run with them. He received his bachelor’s degree in computer science at the University of Minnesota (go Gophers!), where he also studied music theory and composition.
With all the talk about 70-401 exam this week and with at least 3 new MCTS. I thought that I would update the stats on my blog.
Here are the old stats from April 2009, if you want to compare them.
I add the VMM MCTS stats too, are you one?
Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007: Configuration 2,414
Microsoft System Center Operations Manager 2007: Configuration 1,686
Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008, Configuration 478
The numbers are from http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/certification/cert-overview.aspx#tab5, I wish that they would put at date on these stats.
JOIN dbo.v_GS_NETWORK_ADAPTER_CONFIGUR NAC on CS.ResourceId = NAC.ResourceId
and DHCPEnabled0 = 0
Today I ran across a list of website that list Ottawa IT Jobs.
If you are looking for work, check out this site.
So last night I was at the OttawaSQL.Net UG meeting, Colin Melia did a 400 Level (really it was a 500+, truly a deep dive!) about using SRS to collect data from different data source.
Anyways, Colin used Ashton Kutcher twitter account http://twitter.com/APlusK as a data source and displayed a chart of times when he post and the average # of words he posts. Although I don’t follow or use twitter that much (yes, I have an account http://twitter.com/GarthMJ ), I found it, very interesting how using SRS you could create a report using a data source that was not SQL based.
All ConfigMgr admin would have love it! Why you ask, well the answer is simple one of the most common questions that come up is “I need to link data between my ConfigMgr database and database xyz to do reporting, How can I do it?”. Colin’s presentation showed you how to do it and some other cool and funky stuff! I will be talking to Colin about Co-presenting to OWSUG presentation about link together ConfigMgr data and another data source like EPO, Symantec or Excel file.
Anyways, after the meeting I told Colin to post code to his blog. He is not sure that it is a blog worthy! I think otherwise! So if you want to see the code or see the charts about Ashton Kutcher twittering. We need to convince Colin that this is a good idea!
So post message to his blog or his twitter account http://twitter.com/colinizer !
BTW, for those of you who don’t know Colin he was one of the driving forces for this year’s Award night!
inner join SMS_G_System_SoftwareProduct SP on SP.ResourceID = R.ResourceId
inner join SMS_G_System_SoftwareFile SF on SF.ResourceID = R.ResourceId and SP.ProductID = SF.ProductID
SF.FileDescription like "%Excel%"
I am working on an idea to be used by the community. While researching this idea, I ran into a problem with Flash. After some time I found out that this issue is Flash does not work on Internet Explorer 64Bit.
Well I thought that if Flash will not do it then Silverlight it is!
To my surprise, I got the following message!
It turns out that Silverlight does not support 64bit either! I find this ironic considering that MS pushing everyone to use 64bit everything! So why are they not doing it with their own stuff!
So what does this mean for my community project? Well the answer is simple, everything is already using Flash so why change! On 64bit OS it will look like crap! So I will try to talk Rod & Ron to see what they want to do about it, if anything.
As Mike Homes would say “Make it Right” or “Do it Right”, this is NOT the case with the Silverlight team and they should be ashamed of themselves for the flawed attempt at taking on Adobe! They will never do it if they don’t “Do it Right”.
So what this means, well ultimately Flash wins because of the apathetic attempt by the Silverlight team!
On a side note, look for this community project sooner than later since there is nothing more that I can do to fix this.