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Author: Chris Nackers

Intune: Multi-Identity and Mobile App Management (MAM)

Posted in IntuneGreat explanation of the new features around Multi-Identity in Mobile App Management (MAM) layer.  Read the full article here. The currently supported apps are here on Technet, and whether or not they support Multi-Identity is listed as well (*). In June, we released an update to the Microsoft Intune mobile application management (MAM) capabilities for […]

Windows 10: Provisioning Packages Walkthrough on TechNet

Posted in Windows 10Very cool read!  I think these provisioning packages will greatly assist with how we traditionally build images and handle customizations. Read the full post here. Standard practice for most IT administrators when migrating to a new client offering entails creating a baseline image of a desired client state. Next the IT administrator wipes the computer […]

Microsoft Intune: Improved App Catalog Experience

Posted in IntuneGreat post over on the Intune Blog.  The company portal app has been updated with some very nice changed that I think are welcomed.  Read the entire post here.

Microsoft Intune: New Features June/July

Posted in IntuneRead the original post here on the Intune Team Blog. We are planning to release the next set of Microsoft Intune features between June 22 and July 2. As part of this service update, customers using Intune standalone (cloud only) and System Center Configuration Manager integrated with Intune (hybrid) can expect the following new features: […]

ConfigMgr: Windows 7 32-bit and Software Updates

Posted in CM2012ConfigMgrKB'sSCCMWindows 7Pretty nasty bug out there right now with 32-bit Windows 7 and Software Updates.  If you are struggling with getting your clients to download/install updates.  Check your WindowsUpdate.log, if you see the following error: WARNING: ISusInternal::GetUpdateMetadata2 failed, hr=8007000E Then I’d strongly encourage you to apply the following KB/...

ConfigMgr: ConfigMgr 2012 R2 SP1 and ConfigMgr 2012 SP2 Now Available

Posted in CM2012ConfigMgrSCCMSP1/SP2 for ConfigMgr 2012 has been released. Read more from the ConfigMgr Team Blog here. Following the announcements made at the Microsoft Ignite conference last week, we are happy to let you know that System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager SP1 and System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP2 are now generally available and can be […]

ConfigMgr/Intune: Ignite 2015 Sessions

Posted in CM2012ConfigMgrIntuneMSIgniteHere are the sessions of note for Ignite 2015 around Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune. Links to Channel9 to watch the recording are below. Managing Windows 10 with Microsoft Intune and System Center Configuration Manager Excited about the new Windows 10 features? We are as well! Join this session to learn about how Microsoft Intune […]

Microsoft Ignite: One Geeks Take On the Conference

Posted in GeneralMSIgniteThere is no denying the fact the conference was popular. 23,000 people don’t show up if it doesn’t at least look good on paper. Microsoft condensed their events into a single event/conference, so this first year (2015) is somewhat of a “pilot” I feel like. The ultimate question(s) is what do most people think, and […]

ConfigMgr: Cumulative Update 5 Released

Posted in ConfigMgrSCCMCU5 has been released for ConfigMgr 2012. There are quite a few fixes in this latest update. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3054451

Ignite Keynote Summary/Links

Posted in CM2012ConfigMgrEMSGeneralMSIgniteHere is a great overview of the keynote from Ignite over on Windows IT Pro: http://windowsitpro.com/industry/microsoft-ignite-keynote-announcement-summary Here is a summary from an ECM (Enterprise Client Management) perspective provided by fellow MVP Kenny Buntinx: http://scug.be/sccm/2015/05/04/ignite-keynote-summary-from-an-ecm-perspective/ If you misse...

Microsoft Intune: Support for Windows 10

Posted in IntuneAt the Microsoft Ignite, it was announced that Microsoft Intune now supports the management of Windows 10. All existing Intune features for managing Windows 8.1/Windows Phone 8.1 will work for Windows 10, including: •Enrollment •Policies •Company resource access •Application management •Inventory •Reporting •Remote wipe Additionally, you can now c...

Free Office 365 Kindle Book on Amazon

Posted in o365Not sure why or how long it will last, but there is a free Office 365 right now on Amazon. Get the book here. Office 365: Migrating and Managing Your Business in the Cloud [Kindle Edition] Written for the IT professional and business owner, this book provides the business and technical insight necessary to migrate […]