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24
Sep

Initiating Deployed Applications and Task Sequences Using PowerShell

Posted by | · · · · | PowerShell · SCCM | No Comments on Initiating Deployed Applications and Task Sequences Using PowerShell

Howdy. I’ve been spending the past month or so automating a lot of repeatable tasks, none of which have been groundbreaking. Yet, I don’t want to leave you hanging, so I thought I’d share a quick PowerShell script I created to initiate a deployed Task Sequence on a client machine. It is a nice tool […]

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11
Sep

Authentication Issues with Azure AD Connect with On-Prem ADFS 3.0

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I recently had an engagement where a standard O365 redirect to on-premise ADFS 3.0 authentication was required. I ran into an odd configuration issue that redirected users to a blank Microsoft online login page. I thought at first the authentication on premise was not working and the redirect was due to a bad token/response from […]

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09
Sep

Windows 10 Azure AD Join with Intune Enrollment

Posted by | No Tags | Azure · Microsoft Intune · SCCM · Windows 10 | 2 Comments on Windows 10 Azure AD Join with Intune Enrollment

Windows 10: Azure AD Join with Intune Enrollment Hello again! I recently posted about a few cool, and not so cool features of Windows 10 Azure AD Join. One of the cools was the ability to automatically enroll a device in Intune upon joining Azure AD. At the time of that post this feature was […]

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02
Sep

PowerShell Uptime and Reboots

Posted by | No Tags | PowerShell | No Comments on PowerShell Uptime and Reboots

Hello all, more powershell fun. How often are you trouble shooting an application install or “insert error here” and the end user says, “Yes I rebooted!!!”.  Not that we don’t trust the end user, but it helps to be able to verify that the computer was rebooted. Here is a small script I use to determine […]

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01
Sep

Windows Embedded Build & Capture with MDT 2013

Posted by | · | Windows 8.1 | No Comments on Windows Embedded Build & Capture with MDT 2013

I recently had the opportunity to work with Windows 8.1 Embedded (Industry Pro) for the first time in my career. The project was to create a custom image that could be managed by SCCM 2012 R2, versus the OEM image configured to use the manufacturers management tools. As I do with all my build and […]

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