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This Step-by-step guide describes how to prepare and add Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus to the Application library of System Center 2012 Configuration Manager (SCCM), by using the designated functions for doing this in the Configuration Manager Console interface.
Download the complete guide here in PDF format or read the the guide here. If I later decide to update this guide, I’ll only update the document. Not this blog post.Prepare Office 2013 for deployment Overview
This procedure describes how to prepare Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 to be installed unattended. The aim More >
Microsoft finally has released the first CU update for ConfigMgr 2012. Awesome
The update creates up to 4 new packages that’s need to be deployed after the update has been installed, but over all, I think that Microsoft has done a really great job to help ConfigMgr Admins around the world, to make use that they always have the latest and greatest updates installed. Well done!
The CU1 update is available for download here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2717295
Friday the System Center User Group Denmark hosted a System Center focused event held in Copenhagen.
The main goal for this event, was to show some of the most important news and updates from the Microsoft Management Summit 2011 in Las Vegas, to User Group Members that didn’t attend MMS.
The event was very popular and we’ve received lots of great feedback. Around 65 user group members showed up for this full event day.
PowerPoint slides from the event can be downloaded here, and all the pictures from the event are available on the link below.
Thank you all again for supporting this event and More >
Session 1: System Center Configuration Manager 2012: Application Lifecycle Management Speaker: Ronni Pedersen, Configuration Manager MVP Download slides here.
Session 2: System Center Configuration Manager 2012: Migration from ConfigMgr 2007 Speaker: Kent Agerlund, Configuration Manager MVP Download slides here.
Session 3: System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 Speaker: Brian Lauge, Microsoft Denmark Download slides here.
Session 4: AVIcode & Opalis: A Microsoft Subsidiary Speakers: Jakob G. Svendsen & Kåre Rude Andersen Download slide More >
Friday morning I’m leaving for the Microsoft Management Summit (MMS) in Las Vegas. This is one of the biggest Management events in world for for IT Pro’s. This year my main focus will be on Configuration Manager 2012 and Windows Intune. Hopefully I’ll also get time to see some of the great sessions about the next release of System Center Virtual Machine Manager.
One of the great things about MMS is opportunity to meet with colleagues, customers, partners, fellow MVP’s and friends. If you want to have a chat, coffee or a beer during the event just give me a call +45 2085 9452 and I’ll arrange More >
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 >
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
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.
System Center Configuration Manager 2012 (Beta 2) has a new cool feature where you can “View Relation Ship” on a specific Application. This will automatically build a Visio drawing that documents all the dependencies that the application has. This is really great new for all the admins out there that don’t have the required time to create the necessary documentation for all their application.
As expected, the name for the next release of ConfigMgr, will be System Center Configuration Manager 2012.
This was announced today during the session MGT202 at TechEd:Europe in Berlin. The product is currently in Beta 1, and Beta 2 is expected be released around MMS next year.
System Center configuration manager 2012 is expected to be released around TechEd:Europe 2011.