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Today, Microsoft has released the first update for the current branch of System Center Configuration Manager! The latest version of Configuration Manager is now 1602. Lots of cool new features and improvements: Client Online Status Support for SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups Windows 10 Device Health Attestation Reporting Office 365 Update Management New Antimalware Policy Settings Conditional Access for PCs Managed by Configuration Manager Windows 10 Conditional Access Enhancements Microsoft Edge Configuration Settings Windows 10 Team Support Apple Volume Purchase Program (VPP) Support iOS App Configuration iOS Activation Lock Management Kiosk Mode for Samsung KNOX Devices User Acceptance of Terms…

This week Microsoft are kicking off the Cloud Roadshow event in Copenhagen, where you have the opportunity to meet me and many of my co-workers. So if you plan to attend the event, don’t miss the chance to visit our booth and talk to our experts about how we have helped our customers through the transition to the cloud. You also have the chance to attend my session about Windows 10 deployment features where Kim Kaae from Microsoft and myself, will tell you all about the new tools that can help customers migrate to Windows 10. Kim will do all…

Today I was working with a customer that wanted upgrade MBAM from 2.0 to 2.5 SP1. It was a simple stand-alone configuration with a two server setup. Deployed exactly like this example: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3046555. Great guide. The upgrade process is (normally) pretty straight forward. Basically, you need to back up the database, uninstall the old version of MBAM, Install the new version of MBAM and then run the configuration wizard. But in this scenario the IIS service didn’t survive the upgrade, so the helpdesk and the self-service portal wasn’t working. So while we’re trying to fix this problem, helpdesk calls for…

What’s new in Windows 10 Enterprise: Increasing Security, Predictability, and Compatibility Experience the most innovative and reliable Windows yet! Windows 10 brings increased stability and predictability to your organization, while minimizing risk. Attend this free one-day training event to explore new servicing, security, and management features that enable corporate data access across devices and platforms while allowing you to maintain control over those devices. Join Microsoft MVP Ronni Pedersen and learn to: Help ensure application compatibility with new and legacy LOB apps with Microsoft Edge and IE 11. Implement security and identity capabilities through Microsoft Azure Active Directory, Hello/Passport, Device…

Thanks to all attending the Microsoft IT Camps on Windows 10 Enterprise features and management. Here are some pictures and notes/links that we used during the workshop. Additional Resources: Here is a list of resources that was used during the IT Camps: Innovation Series Training for Windows 10: https://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/Innovation-Series-Training-for-Windows-10/ TechNet Evaluation Center: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/ Active Directory Based Activation: https://www.ronnipedersen.com/2015/11/active-directory-based-activation-in-an-multi-domain-environment/ Office 365 Deployment Guide: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-e9f296fb Office 2016 Deployment Guide: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-dc4e6d04 Johan’s Hydration Kit for System Center 2012 R2: http://www.deploymentresearch.com/Research/tabid/62/EntryId/149/The-Hydration-Kit-for-System-Center-2012-R2-is-available-for-download.aspx Blocking built-in apps in Windows 10 using Applocker: http://ccmexec.com/2015/08/blocking-built-in-apps-in-windows-10-using-applocker/ Manage Office mobile apps without MDM with Microsoft Intune: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4YPIGdAj8hc Enhancing managed mobile productivity:…

Per request I’ve updated the Deployment Guide for Office 2013 in 3 new versions. We now have deployment guides that covers the following scenarios: Deploying Office 2013 (MSI) using SCCM 2012 (Application Model) https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-0f954e7f Deploying Office 2016 (MSI) using SCCM 2012 (Application Model) https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-dc4e6d04 Deploying Office 365 (2016) using SCCM 2012 (Software Packages) https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-e9f296fb Deploying Office 365 (2016) using SCCM 2012 (Applications) https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-e9f296fb Deploying Office 365 (2016) using Microsoft Intune https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-e9f296fb /Enjoy

Microsoft Office 365 Click-to-Run (2016) was releases earlier this month, so I thought it was time to release a new and updated version of my previous guide for Office 2013. The previous version has been downloaded more than 35.000 times from Microsoft Technet. Thank you! The previous guide for Office 2013 can still be downloaded from Microsoft TechNet here: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-0f954e7f Moving on with the new Office 365/2016 edition, I’ve asked my colleague and deployment specialist Hans Chr. Andersen to help me write this new guide, so we could cover more deployment scenarios, and get them out faster. We have a…

Update: Before you read this post, check out my new guide on TechNet right here: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-Deploying-Office-e9f296fb Today Microsoft has released the Office 2016 Deployment Tool. This Tool allows administrators to customize and manage Office 2016 Click-to-Run deployments. It will also help administrators to manage installations sources, product/language combinations, and deployment configuration options for Office Click-to-Run. The tool can be downloaded here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=49117&WT Prepareing and Deploying Office 2016 After downloading and extracting the Deployment Tool, we need to create a download.xml that is used to download or update the installation source with the latest version of Office 365 Pro Plus (2016).…

Last week I had the pleasure of doing a joined presentation with Jens Ole Kragh about Windows as a Service (Windows 10) at the System Center User Group Meeting in Copenhagen. The session covered some of the things that should be conciddered if you want to implement Windows 10 in your Enterprise. Our Slidedeck is now available on SlideShare: SCUG.DK – Windows as a Service – September 2015 from Ronni Pedersen Should you have any questions regarding deployment Windows 10, don’t hesitate to contact me. Slides from all the SCUG.DK sessions can be found here: http://www.scug.dk/2015/09/08/slides-from-the-september-2015-user-group-meeting/ And here on Microsoft Docs:…

If you upgrade to MDT 2013 Update 1 and then create a new MDT Boot Image in SCCM, you will learn that the WinPE-MDAC component are not added to the boot image as expected. By default the WinPE-MDAC component  are selected in the wizard, but if you check the Optional Components tab of the boot image, you’ll see that the WinPE-MDAC is missing. The wizard showing that WinPE-MDAC will be added: Properties after the Boot Images was created (WinPE-MDAC is missing): The fix is pretty simple. Just add the WinPE-MDAC component, and update the boot image. Now everything looks…

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