It is no secret that I am a fan of Windows Admin Center (WAC). I wrote an extension to handle CM client tasks within WAC a year or so back that you can find more information about here. I have finally got around to a small addition that kept getting de-prioritized on my to do […]
Hello Readers! My name is Curt Ricard and I am a Customer Engineer (i.e. PFE/DSE – we were recently rebranded) working with Config Manager. One of my New Fiscal Year Resolutions is to blog on this site with my colleague & friend, Ken, who started this site. I hope I occasionally save you a bit […]
UPDATE: v1.1.1 is live to fix the reported application tab issue. Version 1.1 of the SCCM extension for Windows Admin Center went live today. You can read about the original release here. Bugs Fixed:Software Metering client action not triggeringCustomers with certain versions of the Microsoft SCCM Client health offering were unable to get the general […]
A while back I had a customer that had to do a computer rename project to change some systems with their previous naming standard to their new naming standard. They wanted to do this without requiring someone to log on to each system. Yesterday I saw a Reddit thread asking how to rename a computer […]
Update: It was pointed out that the new script function required PowerShell v5 to use the New-GUID cmdlet. I have updated the function to use [guid]::NewGuid() so people do not have to upgrade the WMF, even though they should. +You can create a script within a script to import the inner script into ConfigMgr. I […]
What packages are pending removal from DP?
The requirements for a ConfigMgr DP role are listed here. However, if you’d like to see/get the actual command line used for the installation you can follow the below steps.
There are several means to add users / computers to a collection in ConfigMgr. I had a question come in around how to speed up the addition of direct user rules to a given collection. This blog will discuss some options.