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http://bolataruhan.org/?fiopry=rencontre-celibataire-badoo&6e1=f3 Last week I got a call from a customer, that wanted to automate the naming of new computers, that was beeing deployed using System Center Configuration Manager. They were using the build-in UDI Wizard, that comes with the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT). But the default computer name for new computers are “MININT-%SomeRandomNumber%”. They want to use the following naming standard: The first 3 characters should be static (The company prefix). In this example well use “ABC”. The next character should be the Device type (D=Desktop, L=Laptop or V=Virtual Machine). The last (up to) 9 characters should be the computer’s serial…

look at this now The Windows 10 Technical Preview, has just been announced, and  will be available for download tomorrow at the following link: http://preview.windows.com/. Microsoft has also announced a new version of System Center Configuration Manager that will fully support Windows 10 as expected. But customer running SCCM 2012 and even SCCM 2007 will be able to manage Windows 10 clients. More information: http://blogs.technet.com/b/configmgrteam/archive/2014/09/30/windows-10-enterprise-management-with-sc-configmgr-and-intune.aspx While you wait for the Preview, you can watch these Windows 10 teasers, and go ask your boos for some additional test hardware 🙂 Introducing Windows 10 – the best Windows yet A First Look at Windows 10 /Enjoy. +Ronni…

site de rencontres camping car AWESOME!!! Today my guide on “Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 using SCCM 2012″, that I’ve  posted on Microsoft TechNet, has now reached +20.000 downloads. It’s only 6 month’s ago that we reached 10.000 downloads, and today this guide is currently the most downloaded and higest rated contribution in the TechNet Gallery in both the System Center and the Configuration Manager Category. Amazing! Download link: http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-0f954e7f /Enjoy. +Ronni Pedersen

read the article Last week i had the honor to teach the System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager 10747D class in Århus. As promised, here is a list of the links we used during the week. ConfigMgr Tools Configuration Manager Support Center: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=42645 Microsoft System center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager Toolkit: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=36213 Client Installation Jason Sandy’s startup script: http://blog.configmgrftw.com/configmgr-client-startup-script/ Applications SCCM 2012: Standard Requirement Rules vs. Global Expressions: http://www.ronnipedersen.com/2013/05/sccm-2012-standard-requirement-rules-vs-global-expressions/ How-to: Deploying Microsoft Office 2013 using SCCM 2012: http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-0f954e7f Microsoft Orca Download: http://www.technipages.com/download-orca-msi-editor.html IT Ninja (Deployment Tips): http://www.itninja.com/ PowerShell App Deployment Toolkit: https://psappdeploytoolkit.codeplex.com OS Deployment WMI Query Examples: http://www.ronnipedersen.com/wmi-query/ Deployment Research (Johan Arwidmark): http://www.deploymentresearch.com/…

click here for info Last night (or early this morning, depending on your timezone), Microsoft released the next Cumulative Update (CU3), for System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager. More Information: 2994331 – Description of Cumulative Update 3 for System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager 2999304 – Description of Windows PowerShell changes in Cumulative Update 3 for System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager This update also allows you to configure a client to use a specific management point by setting a registry value. For more information about this feature check this blog post by Justin Chalfant. The new version/build number of CU3 is 5.00.7958.1401 I’ve…

additional info Some of the questions that often comes up on the Microsoft TechNet forum, are from people that don’t understand why the Automatic Client Upgrade feature don’t behave as they expect. In this blog post I’ll try to explain how this feature was designed, and in what scenarios you can use this feature. Cumulative Updates One of the most common misconceptions is the checkbox that says “Upgrade client automatically when new client updates are available”, and I don’t blame them. It is confusing. The reason for this confusion are the two words “Upgrade” and “Update”, so let’s have a closer look…

Website Allmost every time I get a call from a customer, or want to answer a question in the TechNet Forums about OS Deployment, I always start by asking for logfiles. There are MANY log files when it comes to ConfigMgr 2012 R2, and most of them are normally located in the same folder every time you need them. But when you are troubleshooting OS Deployment using, one of the most common log files you almost always want to check, is the SMSTS.log. And this log file is moving around depending on the phase of the deployment process. There are plenty of blogs…

This morning, one of my customers called me and told me that they bought some new Lenovo laptops (Lenovo ThinkPad S540), but they was unable start OS Deployment using SCCM/PXE. Normally when I see this behaivor, it’s caused by a missing driver in the boot image, so I told them to verify that the driver was loaded correct. Here is a guide to verify the network driver in a SCCM Boot Image: http://www.ronnipedersen.com/2009/04/importing-network-drivers-into-the-windows-pe-boot-image/ But the driver was loaded correct, so I requested the SMSTS.log and found another common issue. The SMSTS.log file can be found here: http://www.ronnipedersen.com/2014/08/sccm-2012-r2-smsts-log-located/ In the SMSTS.log…

A few weeks ago I was working with a customer on a global SCCM Project where the use of Pull Distribution Points would be a huge benefit to reduce WAN traffic between some of the major sites. So we ordered a few new (virtual) servers and installed the Distribution Point Role. Everything looked ok, so we moved on and enabled the Pull Distribution Point option, but we couldn’t specify any source for the Pull Distribution Point. I went back to my lab, where I tried to reproduce this behaivor, but in my lab everything worked just fine. But my lab…

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