HASMUG’s Last User Group Meeting of the Year is an All-day Tech Fest

If you’re in the Houston area tomorrow (October 23), you’ll definitely want to sign-up to stop by the HASMUG User Group meeting. The agenda has been laid out and it’s pretty fantastic. The day-long event starts with breakfast and registration, and continues throughout the day bringing presentations from several key vendors, but also delivering technical presentations by User Group members....

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Microsoft Ignite is a Product of Customer Feedback

The communities that Microsoft is merging into this single, signature event have wondered why the company would choose to dismantle its long-standing, popular community conferences and stick everyone under one roof. That answer came in a public press conference in Chicago the day of the official conference naming.

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Wally Mead Joins IdeaXchange as an Expert Contributor

Everybody loves Wally. One of the kindest, smartest community individuals, and a true friend to myITforum over the years.  As you know, Wally recently left Microsoft after many, many years to join Cireson where he teaches and consults on Configuration Manager. Wally has now also joined the IdeaXchange program as a contributing expert. Connect and Follow Wally here: http://windowsitpro.com/author/wally-mead (requires...

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Problems Running the New-CMSiteSystemServer PowerShell Cmdlet? There’s a Fix for That

Those looking forward to using some of the PowerShell cmdlets for System Center Configuration Manager might find at least of them to be troublesome. In some situations, the New-CMSiteSystemServer cmdlet will force-close PowerShell when run. So, basically, you execute the cmdlet and PowerShell just shuts down completely. Microsoft has released a hotfix for the problem, but suggests you only apply...

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