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System Center User Group Denmark is pleased to announce that VEEAM has decided to renew the Partner Agreement with System Center User Group Denmark for 2014.
Last week I had the great honor to speak at two Microsoft Next events in Århus and Copenhagen. Microsoft Next is the main launch event in Denmark, for the new Windows versions and the System Center 2012 R2 wave, so many customers, partners and most of the danish press, was attending the keynote, ready to hear what Microsoft and some on the solution partners had to offer with all these new technologies available…
My presentations was two joined session with Louise Harders, the Product Manager for Windows in Denmark. The main focus of our sessions was some of the new features in Windows 8.1 andMore >
Microsoft Campus Days 2013 is over. Now it’s time to start preparing for the next big event; Microsoft Next. Microsoft Next is the main event this year for CIO’s and IT decision makers in large and medium size enterprises.
I have the honor of presenting two shared sessions with Louise Harders (Windows Product Manager) about Window 8.1 in the Enterprise. At these sessions, you can learn how customers today are using Windows 8/8.1 and how Microsoft provide a unified management experience of multiple Windows devices with Microsoft System Center and Windows Intune.
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I just got back home from Microsoft CampusDays 2013; the biggest IT event in Denmark for IT Pro’s.
Microsoft CampusDays is one of the many great events where some of the most skilled IT Professionals from customers and partners in Denmark meet to increase their technical expertise through deep technical training, sharing of best practices and interaction with innovators and pioneers in Microsoft technologies. As a Microsoft MVP, I’m always looking forward to this event.
This year I gave a presentation on Application Managenment using the upcomming release of System Center 2012 Configuration More >
Friday (October 18th. 2013) Microsoft is releasing the next major release of System Center 2012 Configuration Manager the “R2” release. My guess is that many customers would like to install this update very fast, so I thought I’d make a simple overview guide to help with this process. This checklist/guide will explain the steps required to upgrade an existing SCCM 2012 SP1 Stand-alone primary site to SCCM 2012 R2.
- Verify that all your sites run SCCM 2012 SP1
- Uninstall the existing version of Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) 8.0Note: If you have other servers with the SMS Provider
An update is available to address 3 issues that were discovered after the release of Cumulative Update 3 (CU3) for Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Service Pack 1 (SP1).
The 3 issues are:Issue 1
The SQL Update part of the Cumulative Update 3 installation fails when the date format on the instance of Microsoft SQL Server is defined in the DD/MM/YYYY format.Issue 2
The All Windows RT and All Windows RT 8.1 Preview entries should not appear in the supported platform list for new configuration items.Issue 3
Task sequences that contain Windows 8.1 as a condition on the More >
It’s friday afternoon, and I’m sitting in my office, preparing my new SCCM 2012 R2 demo environment for the upcomming Microsoft CampusDays in Copenhagen.
During this preperation I just noticed a new default built-in query; “All jailbroken or rooted devices”.
It really made me smile, and gave me a few ideas to a new demo. So I though I’d share it here
Have a great weekend.
Today I got a support call from a customer, where all software update was being deployed successfully, except the Microsoft Office 2010 Service Pack 2. About a year ago, I had customer with a similar issue, so I though, it might be worth sharing in a blog post…
At this customer all clients was stuck at “Downloading (87% Complete)….”
System Center 2012 Configuration Manager had a lot of great built-in reports, and the report; “Management 7 – Updates in a deployment missing content”, will show what deployed updates is missing content in the packages/distribution points.
The report showed us,More >
Today I received an email from Microsoft and I am delighted to share that I have been awarded “Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) 2013 for the sixth consecutive year in Configuration Manager/Enterprise Client Management.
I would like to thank everyone of you who have supported me in any form especially my family, friends, colleagues, all members of the Danish System Center User Group and other community partners. But also my MVP Lead, fellow MVPs and the Configuration Manager team at Microsoft in Redmond. A team of people I really admire and respect for their dedication and More >