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17
Feb

Have SCOM? Test OMS with Ease!

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Summary   This post shows how to leverage your existing SCOM investment to rapidly onboard and test OMS, Microsoft’s Operations Management Suite.   Introduction   If you work as a systems administrator and don’t live under a rock, odds are good that you’ve heard about Microsoft’s Operations Management Suite (OMS). It is being branded as […]

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04
Feb

Troubleshooting Slow Collection Evaluation in SCCM 2012, Part 2 (AKA Rooting out issues with collections)

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Collections are a critical part of SCCM 2012. They factor into almost everything from deployments to client settings, to… everything! It just so happens that collections are a unique breed of things that are easy to understand but difficult to master.   In part 1 of this series, Troubleshooting Slow Collection Evaluation in SCCM 2012 […]

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01
Feb

Delegating SELF (Computer) to track logins

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Last time we were talking about tracking Users and allowing updating of users attributes with what computers they were using. This time we will be looking at computers and track logins. We will be using a GPO and a login script to track logins and capture computer information, and then allow the computer object to update […]

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