Archive for October, 2011
Last week I was presenting at Microsoft Campus Days in Copenhagen. During one of my presentations on Application Management using Configuration Manager 2012, I got a question on dependencies, and how to see what applications (Deployment Types) depends on a specific application, before you retire or delete an the application.
On the References tab for the application, you can see which Applications that depend on this application.
I don’t remeber who asked the question but here is the answer.
Last week I had the honor of presenting at Microsoft Campus Days 2011 in Copenhagen.
I had two sessions, and both sessions topics was about software distribution in System Center Configuration Manager 2012.
The sessions was recorded (In Danish), and will be available from Microsoft soon. I will post a link to the recording when it is available.
For now I have made the slides (PowerPoint) for you…
Session I14: System Center Configuration Manager 2012: Application Lifecycle Management Part 1/2 Download slides here from Skydrive.
Session I15: System Center Configuration Manager 2012: More >
The scheduled breakout session on “Deploying Windows 7 using MDT 2012 and ConfigMgr 2012” with Johan Arwidmark, wil be replaced with the following session:
Title: Inside Windows 8 – Deployment Tools Update
Abstract: What’s new in Windows 8 Deployment – Join Johan Arwidmark guiding you through the new features, including Windows 8 WDS, ADK, WinPE 4.0, Performance Assessment and much more.
Speaker: Johan Arwidmark | Chief Technical Architect | Knowledge Factory
System Center User Group Meeting – October 2011 More >
PowerShell 2.0 is installed by default in Windows Server 2008 R2. However, the PowerShell ISE is not… Turns out that the ISE is not installed by default and needs to be added as a Feature.
This is different to a manual install of PowerShell 2 on Windows 2008 (or 2003) where the ISE is included as part of the Windows Management Framework Install.
You can get this feature installed via the following PowerShell commands: