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Sometimes when troubleshooting the Cloud Management Gateway (CMG) feature in System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) you need to access the IIS log files from the Virtual Machine that runs the cloud service. From the Azure Portal navigate to Cloud Services (classic) and select the Cloud Management Gateway service. Select Remote Desktop, and Enable Remote Desktop to the Service (Virtual Machine), and click Save. This will normally take 3-5 minutes to activate. When Remote Desktop Services has been activated, you can connect to the Virtual Machine by selecting Roles and Instances, and selecting the ProxyService (ProxyService_IN_0). Click Connect, to download the…

Right now, I’m sitting in a Lufthansa Airbus A380 somewhere over the Atlantic ocean. Next week, I’ll be attending the Microsoft Ignite 2017 event in Orlando, to get some insights to the latest updates and strategies from Microsoft. So why not spend the time writing this blog post! Next month I’ve been invited to present at the Lowlands Unite event in Belgium. The Lowlands Unite events are joined user group events between the Belgium and the Dutch System Center User groups, and earlier this year I was invited to the Dutch edition in Amsterdam. The event in Amsterdam was a…

Today I had the honor to speak at the Azure Saturday event in Copenhagen. I’m really impressed with the quality and the list of international speakers are really impressive. Great job! My presentation was about Protecting Cloud Identities using EMS, Intune and Azure AD Premium features, and as promised during the session, here is a copy of the PowerPoint slides. Looking forward to be back next year! Azure saturday 2017 – Protecting cloud identities using emsfrom Ronni Pedersen      That’s it… Enjoy! +Ronni Pedersen

This week Microsoft will kick off the Tech Summit event in Copenhagen, where you have the opportunity to meet Microsoft, Community Experts and Microsoft Partners. After the last session Thursday, you can join me at the “Ask the Experts Reception” where Speakers, Microsoft and Community experts will help you with all your technical questions, about Microsoft Technologies and the transition to the cloud. One of the great things about the Microsoft Tech Summit is opportunity to meet with colleagues, customers, partners, fellow MVP’s and friends. So, if you want to have a chat, coffee or a beer during the event…

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…

Microsoft recently Announced a new upcoming event, for everyone working with Office 365, Mobility, Microsoft Azure and Windows 10. The event is a FREE, two-day technical training event for IT Professionals and Developers, that provides best practices and insight from those who run cloud services across Office 365, Micros oft Azure, and Windows 10. Microsoft is bringing top engineers from Redmond to cities around the world. They’ll share expert tips and techniques, with over 80 technical training sessions covering: Productivity Security Networking Big data Storage Unified communications Identity Web Mobile Collaboration Hybrid Cloud Containers Devops Open source Management Internet of…

Relaying on this as hopefully some of you can help the System Center Research Team: “The System Center Research Team is conducting a study to understand the effect of cloud computing on how enterprise level IT departments structure their work. To that end, we would like to extend a request for participation in brief phone interviews to talk about your IT department and company as it migrates to the cloud (public and/or private).  If you’re willing to participate, we would be able to provide gratuity.  Please send e-mail to sawebb@microsoft.com or kdecker@microsoft.com if you are interested in participating in this…