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18
May

How to Verify Systems Are Patched for WannaCrypt Using SCCM

Posted by | · · · | SCCM · Uncategorized | No Comments on How to Verify Systems Are Patched for WannaCrypt Using SCCM

  Note:   I have updated the code on this page by request to allow limiting the machines returned by a collection.     Due to the emergence of the WannaCrypt ransomware last week, SCCM admins worldwide were tasked to discover how many of their organization's devices were at risk for becoming infected. Unfortunately, many organizations [...]

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10
Mar

Remove KB3139929 From SCCM Software Update Groups

Posted by | · · · · | PowerShell · SCCM · Windows 10 | No Comments on Remove KB3139929 From SCCM Software Update Groups

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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02
Mar

Intune – The Joy of Migrating Your Subscription

Posted by | · · · | Microsoft Intune · SCCM | No Comments on Intune – The Joy of Migrating Your Subscription

Here is a quick bit of advice: take your time when moving your CM-integrated Intune subscription to another CM site. With that said, there are very viable situations as to why you may want to migrate from a CM 2012 R2 site to another CM site. For example, I was tasked with upgrading the OS of […]

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