Archive for November, 2010
With the release of Acrobat and Reader X, managing updates and patches is easy. Adobe will soon supply a System Center Updates Publisher (SCUP) catalog so that administrators may more easily deploy and manage Acrobat and Reader X clients across the enterprise.
Read the full story here.
Read SCCM-SCUP Deployments in the Enterprise Administration for the Acrobat Family of Products document for more details.
Earlier this month, the System Center User Group Denmark hosted a System Center focused event held in Copenhagen.
Wally Mead from the Configuration Manager product Group in Redmond, Greg Jensen Marketing Director and Johan Arwidmark (Deployment Geek) where invited speakers for the event and around 110 user group members showed up for this full event day.
The event was very popular and we’ve received lots of great feedback.
PowerPoint slides from the event can be downloaded More >
TechNet Denmark is playing Santa in the upcoming weeks, and you have the chance to win lots of amazing and funny prizes every weekday during December.
Every morning at 9 am (+1 GMT) during December, Bjarne Dollerup from the Microsoft TechNet Team will post a link on his blog, and tweet the link (@bdollerup), to one of the MVP’s or TechNet Influencer’s blog, where you’ll find a question (or a puzzle ). All you need to do, to win the prize, is to be the first to the answer the question, and send it to the mail address specified right below the question.
Here is a sneak preview of some of the More >
Roger Zander has released an updated version of the SCCM Client Center.
- Patch Management can also show only approved updates
- Edit Hardware Inventory Classes
- Show Services without WMI
- x64 improvements and fixes
- Logging improved
- Some other minor updates
All Microsoft events have a lot of traditions, and TechEd Europe 2010 was no exception. Like previous years Microsoft Denmark hosted a great “Country Drink Party” for all the Danish attendees. Over 400 IT Pro’s and Developers attended…
It was really great seeing a lot of old friends, customers and partners.TechEd:Berlin 2010 VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL
Looking to get a head start on System Center Configuration Manager 2012 (aka Configuration Manager v.Next)? If so then you’ll be happy to know that nominations for the ConfigMgr 2012 Beta 2 Technology Adoption Program (TAP) are now open.
You can find the nomination for the ConfigMgr 2012 Beta 2 TAP here.
Read the full story here.
MMS 2011 offers a week-long community-focused networking opportunity you’ll get nowhere else—with face-to-face access to Microsoft and industry IT management experts. From Birds-of-a-Feather sessions to Focus Groups, Speaker Q&A, and networking lounges for working and meeting with colleagues, you’ll get invaluable peer-to-peer interaction. The MMS 2011 Expo, featuring the Microsoft Experts pavilion, will host more than 60 sponsors and exhibitors showcasing their latest products, services and solutions.
If you wish to deploy Windows 7 32-bit using Configuration Manager, and you need to enable AERO during deployment, you needs to add a “Run Command Line” step to the Task Sequence with the following command:
If you do the same while deploying Windows 7 64-bit, the step will fail. The is due to the File System Redirector, and the fact that the Tack Sequence is running in 32-bit context.
To workaround this minor issue, make sure that you select Disable 64-bit file system redirection, on this step.
With many MVPs so passionate about community participation in forums, we (Microsoft) wanted to let you know that Microsoft is rolling out an award program to acknowledge participants who actively foster the health of Microsoft’s online communities. On Wednesday, November 10, 2010 (PST) Microsoft will begin a limited-scale introduction of the Microsoft Community Contributor Award.
The Microsoft Community Contributor Award seeks to recognize notable contributors to Microsoft online community forums such as TechNet, MSDN® and Answers. The value of these resources is greatly More >