Microsoft is planning to release the next batch of fixes for System Center Service Manager on Tuesday, April 22, 2014.
Reports have started rolling in where the update will not install successfully in organizations using System Center Configuration Manager.
Microsoft has released an add-on to the PowerShell ISE, Script Browser for Windows PowerShell ISE, that embeds a special pane directly into the ISE to allow searching through the 9000-plus script samples available in the TechNet Script Center.
Last of the series, Microsoft Press has released a new free eBook covering System Center and the Cloud.
We’ll have lots to share this week, as all our TechEd 2014 plans are finalizing, but we wanted to give you at least one tidbit today on how to find us at TechEd 2014. Here’s where we’ll be located in the Expo: Grab the full expo map: TechEd 2014 Expo Map (594k) And, here’s our swanky digs, where you can...
For, System Center 2012 R2, the update is fine, and Microsoft has released a supportability statement via a KB Article (2949669) to assure customers that KB2919355 should be fine to install.
Originally identified by a team of independent security engineers at Codenomicon and Google, several companies are racing to overcome the bug, including Microsoft, Yahoo, PayPal, and Amazon.
Microsoft has identified a specific bug in how the update interacts with WSUS 3.2 over SSL.
We’ve known each other since late 2001, but today is the day I have to publicly cut ties with you.
Last week, I posted up a reminder about today being the very last day for potential speakers to submit sessions. That ends tonight at midnight. If you’re struggling with topics, feel free to contact me directly during the day today and I’ll help steer you in the right direction. Nonetheless, get those submissions in today! Also ending today, is the...
Just a quick reminder about a couple things about IT/Dev Connections. First, the deadline for submitting sessions to speak at the event is on March 31, 2014. So, if you have been mulling good topics to submit, you’ll want to take the next few days to formulate your ideas and get them submitted by Monday. Submit here: IT/Dev Connections 2014...
For those who aren’t already sad enough about the death of the Microsoft Management Summit, Microsoft announced today that the Facebook page for MMS will be merging with the TechEd Facebook page on April 7th. This may truly be the last vestige of a great conference. Here’s the official message for posterity (and the first comment to the announcement):