I was recently asked by a customer to provide proof that registering for Azure Active Directory Premium would not cause a production change to their existing O365 implementation. Unfortunately, this is not specifically stated anywhere in Microsoft documentation. But the references below are what I found which imply that there would not be an impact to the business. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/azure/dn629581.aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396#BKMK_SubRelationToDir “Every Azure subscription...
Similar to a previous post on 10 Tips for a More Successful Windows Image Build & Capture, this post outlines tips to help you successfully deploy ConfigMgr 2012 R2 Applications during OS deployment for an image build/capture on a workgroup computer. First, review the top tips for OSD (10 Tips for a More Successful Windows Image Build & Capture) Second, if your DP...
There are many scripts and examples out there for cleaning up PCK files. The below script is my rendition to cleanup PCK files that are older than the specified number of days. This script can be executed via a package in ConfigMgr on systems that are a DP. Oh and I added some basic logging […]
An old script to share It will delete IE cookies specified in variable CookieNameFiled under: Scripting
An old script to share It will help to fix an old problem that occurred in IE 8, if that’s even still around and in use today Filed under: Scripting
An old script to share It will parse the list of available network adapters to then disable power save features.Filed under: Scripting
An old script to share Below is an example script that was once used to disable WiFi devices on desktop computers attached to the LAN, but that came with a built-in and enabled WiFi device.Filed under: Scripting
An old script to share It will enable magic packets for NIC devices.Filed under: Scripting
As I was recently doing some cleanup of old files and or scripts that I’ve written years ago, I came across the below script to change a users IE auto detect LAN.Filed under: Scripting
On some distribution points in ConfigMgr, the WDS may not be started for Windows Server 2012 R2, which would prevent PXE boot. Trying to start the service produce error 0×2 in the event logs. This is likely being caused by the multicast service. The fix is simple: 1. Remove the multicast option on the ConfigMgr DP […]
Are you experiencing a problem with your ConfigMgr 2012/R2 console not showing reports in the Reports node? I was recently for implementation at a customer site! When a console user select this node, the console queries SRS website directly then returns the results. That’s how it keeps up-to-date with any new reports which may be created. […]
This demonstration will show you how to create your own custom compliance packs to import into ConfigMgr 2012/R2. First, download and install the Microsoft Security Compliance Manager (SCM) solution accelerator. Note that this can be easily from your workstation computer, it does not need to be on a Windows Server. Also, a version of SQL […]