Windows 10

17
May

The 3 Biggest Lessons to be Learned from WannaCrypt

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Last week’s “WannaCrypt” ransomware attack not only exploited serious vulnerabilities and caused catastrophe for big name businesses around the globe, but it also highlighted some important lessons in IT environment security that a lot of organizations learn the hard way.   The level of disaster that attacks like these can cause for businesses is unfortunate [...]

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14
Dec

App-V in Windows 10 1607!

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Greetings everyone.  As promised, Microsoft incorporated the Application Virtualization (App-v) client into the Windows 10 1607 Operating System!  This is exciting news (well at least for me).  I absolutely love App-V. Virtual applications don’t physically install onto the OS like a traditional script or MSI based application install, rather they are contained in a very […]

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04
Nov

Next Gen OneDrive deployment during SCCM OSD

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Hello!  Today I would like to talk about deploying the next generation OneDrive client for Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10 during an SCCM OS Deployment Task Sequence. What is the next generation OneDrive client? OneDrive and OneDrive for Business started as SkyDrive, followed by SkyDrive for Business. These were the first generation of […]

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29
Jun

One editor many Languages – Visual Studio Code

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I have been working a lot with Power Shell ISE and debugging scripts,  PS ISE is good but not the best as a debugger.  I was attending a Microsoft event when I was introduced to my new favorite editor, Visual Studio Code editor,  which was released to public preview on April 14, 2016.  You can customize it by installing […]

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25
May

The Pursuit of a Low Effort ZTI

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Recently I was engaged on a project to consolidate an SCCM 2012 environment and bring it up to the current branch version of 1602. One of the focuses of this engagement was providing a windows 10 task sequence to help provision new devices in a “New Computer” scenario. Imaging devices with Windows 10 is much […]

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10
Mar

Remove KB3139929 From SCCM Software Update Groups

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NOTE: This is in response to a client complaint as well as the article referenced in the body of this post. I have not seen this with my own eyes. However, this script can be used for any KB Article you wish to remove from a Software Update Group, so I figured I’d post regardless! […]

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09
Sep

Windows 10 Azure AD Join with Intune Enrollment

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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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19
Aug

How to Create a Provisioning Package to Change Windows 10 Edition

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Back in March I blogged about how to upgrade a Windows Edition in your image from Windows 10 Professional to Windows 10 Enterprise.  Back then the Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer (I like to call it WICD, pronounced wicked) was not fully functional.  At Ignite I showed the steps of how you could create a […]

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22
Jul

Windows 10 Azure AD domain join – First Impressions

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So you may or may not be aware of a new feature coming to Windows 10. Azure AD domain join. This is an exciting new capability that may truly start to bring Cloud only or BYOD users into the management fold.   I recently gave this feature a quick trial run with Windows 10 Insider […]

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26
Mar

Generate Windows 10 Enterprise installation from Windows 10 Pro

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One of the new features of Windows 10 is the ability to upgrade editions from the Pro to Enterprise by running a few command lines. I had been running the Pro version of the Windows 10 Technical Preview and needed to use Direct Access so instead of re-installing Windows 10 Enterprise I just ran the […]

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