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Month: May 2014

Internet Explorer Version Information via Hardware Inventory

Although it is certainly possible to use iexplore.exe to obtain this information, I'm not a huge fan of software inventory, when I can use hardware inventory instead.  Below is a mof edit to pull out Internet Explorer version information, and late...

Deprecate Old Systems From Active Directory

So with a show of hands, who knows the best way to keep ConfigMgr clean and happy? By keeping Active Directory clean and happy of course. That is super easy right? Sure it is. Not. This post focuses on keeping machine objects from taking over.OverviewM...

Deprecate Old Systems From Active Directory

So with a show of hands, who knows the best way to keep ConfigMgr clean and happy? By keeping Active Directory clean and happy of course. That is super easy right? Sure it is. Not. This post focuses on keeping machine objects from taking over.OverviewM...

Deprecate Old Systems From Active Directory

So with a show of hands, who knows the best way to keep ConfigMgr clean and happy? By keeping Active Directory clean and happy of course. That is super easy right? Sure it is. Not. This post focuses on keeping machine objects from taking over.OverviewM...

Installed SQL05, SQL08, SQL12, SQL14 version information via ConfigMgr Hardware Inventory

This routine is an update to this previous post , which was for SQL 2005, SQL 2008, and SQL 2012.  This update includes SQL 2014.  With John  Nelson’s  help, here’s a mof edit and a sample report to answer the question of "what version of sql, and what service pack, and/or Cumulative Updates have been applied" You will likely need to consult with an outside source, like http://www.sqlsecurity.com/faqs-1/sql-server-versions or http://sqlserverbuilds.blogspot.com/ , to answer the question of exactly what cumulative update or sql hotfix is applied, but this mof edit should get you most of the way there. // This section goes in Configuration.mof, at the bottom //--------------------------------------------- // SQL 2014 Properties //----------------...