SCCM

14
Nov

Set IE as default for Windows 10 Intune (SCCM/Hybrid) clients

Posted by | | Microsoft IntuneSCCMWindows 10

One of the first questions we are generally asked with Windows 10 is “How do I make Internet Explorer my default browser instead of Edge?”   Now we could have a whole discussion around Edge vs IE, but that’s not the point of this post. 馃檪   Today’s post we will outline changing the default […]

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07
Nov

SCCM and MDT OSD with BitLocker OH MY!

Posted by | No Tags | SCCMWindows 10

Chris MeyersConsultant 鈥 Model Technology Solutions Chris has more than 20 years of industry experience. Prior to his work with Model, Chris worked for one of St. Louis鈥 largest law firms where his responsibilities ranged from implementing Citrix to automating desktop deployments to virtualizing the datacenter. He has also worked with Microsoft鈥檚 Rapid Deployment Program […]

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13
Oct

Friends at Last? (SCCM Current Branch and TLS 1.2)

Posted by | | SCCM

The Scenario While on a recent project, one of my colleagues and I came across an issue when trying to install a new SCCM Current Branch site using Server 2012 R2 and SQL 2016.   The setup wizard would start just fine, and all prerequisites passed.聽 However when we got to the point where we […]

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08
Sep

CM Tech Preview 1708 – Make Scripts Work for You!

Posted by | | PowerShellSCCM

Greetings everyone, If you haven’t heard by now, the newest branch of SCCM 1706 brought the concept of managing PowerShell scripts within the Administrators console that can be executed against Devices or Device Collections. 聽This a an awesome feature that has tons of possibilities. 聽You may have quickly noticed that you cannot pass parameters to […]

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24
Aug

What modern management of Windows 10 looks like with Windows AutoPilot, Azure AD, SCCM, and Intune

Posted by | No Tags | AzureMicrosoft IntuneSCCMWindows 10

Your organization can support various operating systems across a wide range of device types, and manage them through a common set of tools such as SCCM, Microsoft Intune, or other third-party products. This 鈥渕anaged diversity鈥 enables you to empower your employees to benefit from the productivity enhancements available on their new Windows 10 computers, while […]

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08
Aug

The Value of Managed Services

Posted by | | Microsoft IntunePowerShellSCCMWindows 10

Today we are going to tell you a little story聽and see if it rings true for your organization. 聽This is a story of a fictitious company named Contoso. 聽Although Contoso is the popular make believe company Microsoft has been so kind to share with us over the years, the parallels to your organization might be […]

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03
Jul

SCCM Current Branch 1702 Hotfix – Stuck Download

Posted by | | SCCM

Are you experiencing an issue with the “Configuration Manager 1702 Hotfix Rollup (KB4019926)” getting stuck after upgrading SCCM to 1702? We have a fix.

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27
Jun

Patch or Petya: There Are Only Two Choices When It Comes to Security

Posted by | | PowerShellSCCMWindows 10

Cyberattacks don’t appear to be going away anytime soon. This is what businesses need to do to mitigate IT security threats.

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18
May

How to Verify Systems Are Patched for WannaCrypt Using SCCM

Posted by | | SCCMUncategorized

In response to the WannaCry ransomware, we’ve created a SQL query that provides detailed per-system status of the update process via SCCM against a specific Microsoft update. We also review the new Windows 10 update model.

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30
Mar

Understanding Software Update Deployment Status, Part 3: Viewing Compliance in the SCCM Console

Posted by | | SCCMUncategorized

SUMMARY This is part 3 of a 6 part series where I talk through common issues I have seen that skew the numbers for software updates, or make it difficult to explain the results. Once we are done, hopefully you will be able to look at the SCCM Software Update process in much the same […]

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