On the 28th April I’ll be delivering Free Tecnical Training with Rasmus Hald from Microsoft. It’s a full day with both hands-on and notes from the fields on deployment of  Managing Mobile Devices and Windows 10 in the Enterprise. The main focus will be administration and management of Windows 10 and Mobile Devices (Windows Phone, iOS Devices and Andriod). About the event: Date: 28. april 2014 (08:30 to 17:00) Location: Microsoft Danmark, Hellerup Techinal Level: 300 Language: Danish Price: Free Instructors: Ronni Pedersen (MVP) & Rasmus Hald (MSFT) Registration: Hellerup 28/4-2015 (Code: BDDF6B)* * limited seats avaliable Agenda: Introducing to…

As promised here are my slides from todays User Group Meeting hosted by Microsoft in Copehagen. Todays toppic was Protecting Company Data using the Enterprise Mobility Suite. SCUG.DK: Protecting Company Data using EMS, April 2015 Download slides here: http://www.slideshare.net/ConfigurationManager/scugdk-protecting-company-data-using-ems-april-2015 /Enjoy +Ronni Pedersen

First I’d like to say thanks to Rasmus Hald from Microsoft for inviting me to speak at the MVP Roadshow again this year. Normally we just have 4 MVP’s delivering 4 separate sessions, but this year Kenny Buntinx from SCUG.be joined me for a double session on the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS). This was actually pretty funny, and based on the feedback we got, I hope we can find some opportunities to do events like thing again in the future. As promised here are our slides from todays event hosted by Aarhus Bryghus. The MVP Roadshow 2015 Dream…

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

It looks like the guys over at SCUG.dk have arranged another exiting event. A full day with 5 sessions with real world experience about Enterprise Client Management, Windows 10, Enterprise Mobility Suite and System Center. Speaker list: Kent Agerlund, Microsoft MVP, Coretech A/S @agerlund Ronni Pedersen, Microsoft MVP, EG A/S @ronnipedersen Greg Ramsey, Microsoft MVP, Dell @ramseyg More information and registration: http://www.scug.dk/2015/03/13/system-center-user-group-meeting-april-2015/

Today I had to renew my Apple Push Notification for one of my Microsoft Intune demo accounts. The Microsoft MVP Roadshow 2015 is just a few weeks away so it might be a good idea to make sure all my accounts was working as expected. Most of the infrastructure for Intune Standalone just works out of the box but certificate renewals are actually something you have to do by yourself So, I thought I’d create this small guide that will walk you through the process. I’ve added a lot of screenshots so everyone knows exactly where we are The Apple…

Welcome to the Microsoft MVP Roadshow 2015. I’m super excited and really looking forward to speak about Mobile Device Management (MDM), Microsoft Intune and about all of the benefits of the EMS Suite. Both Kenny Buntinx, a fellow MVP from Belguim and Rasmus Hald from Microsoft, will join me on stage to make sure you’ll get all your questions answered. Check out the full agenda and register here: MVP Roadshow – 16. March in Copenhagen 09.00 to 12.00 MVP Roadshow – Mobile Device Management The volume and diversity of devices users want to use to access corporate assets grows every…

When you install the latest cumulative update for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager (SCCM), it automatically creates 4 new packages for client, server and console updates. If you forget to clean up after each update, you’ll end up a situation like this: Unfortunately the SCCM user interface does not support multiselect and delete, so if you want to delete all these packages, you need to walk through the delete wizard for each package. That is both extremely boring but also takes a lot of time. So I wrote this little PowerShell script that will delete all post SCCM 2012 CU4…

This morning, I got call from one of our internal SCCM Admins that wanted to test the newly released SCCM 2012 R2 CU4 update in his lab environment. He had multiple test installations so he just picked an old one that he hadn’t used in a while and, without checking anything, he just ran the setup. He did follow my Quick Start Guide but he skipped the preparing and checking part. What could possible go wrong? Setup did update the Site successfully but when the creation of the packages started, the setup failed. He knows that I always like to…

Today (on February 2nd or the 3rd, 2015, depending on your current time zone) Cumulative Update (CU) 4 for ConfigMgr 2012 R2 was released. It’s a great update. Not only does it contains 25 updates but also 32 PowerShell fixes and 35 new PowerShell cmdlets. Amazing! Can’t wait to get this baby deployed in production Here’s a list of issues that are fixed: Client (1 fix) Software Distribution and Application Management (6 fixes) Network Access Protection (1 fix) Operating System Deployment (2 fixes) Administrator Console (1 fix) Site Servers and Site Systems (6 fixes) Mobile Devices (4 fixes) Migration (1…

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