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you could check here First I’d like to say thanks to the team behind EWUG for inviting me to speak about Windows 10 Deployment. As promised here are my slides from todays User Group Meeting hosted by Bestseller in Brande. Slides: Download slides here: http://www.slideshare.net/ConfigurationManager/deploying-windows-10-in-the-enterprise-11 /Enjoy +Ronni Pedersen

http://newpattaya.com/molekyla/4358 First, I’d like to say thanks to those of you that attended the Microsoft Campus Days event in Copenhagen last week. It was an amazing event with lots of great sessions. As always, I’m honored to be invited to speak at this event and it’s something that I really look forward to every year. So thank you for attending and for making speaking at the event a fun thing to do! Usually, I prefer to have my session early in the morning but this year I got the final speaker slot just before the movie and the closing party. At…

https://www.cedarforestloghomes.com/enupikos/1569 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…

rencontres rondes quebec 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…

try this 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…

check my blog Within a couple of weeks, I have the honor to speak at the Microsoft TechNet TechTalk event in Copenhagen. The main focus of this event, is to provide a technical update, on the latest version of Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 and new features in the “Update 1” released earlier this month. Looking forward to another great event… More information is available here (in Danish): http://blogs.technet.com/b/rasmush/archive/2014/04/24/technet-techtalk-pr-230-sentere-windows-update.aspx Event Facts: Date: 21. may 2014 (08.30 til 17.00) Location: Microsoft Denmark, Hellerup Language: Danish and English Technical Level: 200-300 Registration: TechTalk General Session/Keynote: Time Session 09.00 – 10.15 Windows Update –…

company website Welcome to yet another meeting in the Danish System Center User Group. We are very excited to announce our next event and offer you the opportunity to come and meet with fellow System Center administrators and influencers. The main focus of this event, is Windows Azure and Hyper-V. Special Guest Speaker: Brian Mason, Microsoft MVP: Enterprise Client Management. This event will have a limited number of attendees compared to some of our previous events, and please note that this event is hosted by Microsoft Danmark. During this event you can expect to see lots of live demos of Please note…

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http://www.tsv-warthausen.de/prikotre/1884 OS Deployment and patch management has always been big challenge for many admins around the world. Not just the testing, but also to get the customer image patched made many ConfigMgr admins a lot older . One of the new features in ConfigMgr 2012 allows you to apply updates to an OS image that’s been imported to the ConfigMgr 2012 library. This feature only supports “Component Based Servicing” (CBS) updates, and can be applied to Windows Vista and above. To use this feature, navigate to Software Library -> Overview -> Operating Systems – Operating System Images, select the Image that…

Here we are – Group Policy Preference Client Side Extensions are now available for download. This is a cool thing bringing lot’s of Group Policy Power to admins around the world! The GPP CSEs are included in Windows Server 2008 RTM, but can now be downloaded for: Windows XP SP2+ (32/64 bit) Windows Server 2003 SP1+ (32/64 bit) Windows Vista RTM+ (32/64 bit) These are the links: GPP CSEs for Windows Vista (KB943729) GPP CSEs for Windows Vista x64 Edition (KB943729) GPP CSEs for Windows Server 2003 (KB943729) GPP CSEs for Windows Server 2003 x64 Edition (KB943729) GPP CSEs for…