If you’re attending IT/Dev Connections 2015, you’ll definitely want to install the mobile app for your specific platform. You can use the app to build your schedule from the more than 190 technical sessions, view speaker bios, join Twitter chats, and take notes. Of interest this year, we actually have a Windows Phone app! This […]
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The issues with MDT 2013 Update 1 are mounting – seemingly at an alarming rate. Maybe it was released too soon. Maybe it wasn’t tested in enough real customer environments or in enough possible scenarios. Whatever the case, there’s quite a list of issues that are accumulating: MDT 2013 Update 1 Release Notes and Known […]
In this post, I will demonstrate how to create a 2-State performance monitor.
Released today (August 17, 2015) MDOP 2015 has finally achieved full Windows 10 support. MDOP (which stands for The Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack) contains several technologies to aid in management, monitoring, and deployment of Windows features. MDOP 2015 contains: Microsoft Advanced Group Policy Management (AGPM) Microsoft Application Virtualization for Windows Desktops (App-V) Microsoft User Experience […]
Just when you think this event can’t get any better, we are ready to announce our general keynote for IT/Dev Connection 2015. We’re still working up the details like title and abstract, but I’m happy to announce to the myITforum community that our own Michael Schultz will be headlining this year’s event! Those that have […]
With so many editions of Windows 10 available, all with different updating allowances, it’s going to be almost impossible for companies to get a handle on what’s available and when. Fortunately, Microsoft has already put together some RSS feeds for automatically receiving notices of problems, patches, and solutions. Here’s what’s available for you to incorporate […]
If you’re finding Windows 10 upgrade bits delivering to your company’s computers, there could be a very good reason and ways to avoid it from happening.
Microsoft Edge keeps record of the last 50 URLs that are typed directly into the browser’s address bar. It does this to assist auto-type to make visiting your favorite websites quicker. But it only retains 50. Once 50 is reached, it starts replacing from the beginning if you manually type a new URL. The 50 […]
There will be instances when you actually want pop-ups on a specific web site. This SMS Installer script prompts for a domain and then adds your entry to the list of allowed sites. Currently, Microsoft Edge has no mechanism built into it to manage this list. The actual registry key for this list located at: […]
For those wanting to dig deep into the management of Windows 10, the Administrative Templates for managing with GPO have been released. Available in a multitude of languages the template files (192 of them per language) can be used to populate policy settings in the user interface for centrally managing registry-based policy settings. The download […]
In case you missed it, as part of the announcement for the release of the Windows 10 ADK, Microsoft’s Aaron Czechowski briefly commented on the status of the next version of the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT). MDT 2013 Update 1 is currently planned to release in August (this month). As Aaron stated, Microsoft is working […]
In order to get the OS Version to update you need to Reload the boot image from the boot image properties.