I guess in the meantime most of my blog readers know the concept of my Week in Review blog posts. This is my list of stuff to catch up on for the past week:
- Kaido blogs about Working with Security Scopes in Configuration Manager with PowerShell and recent changes under the hood in Configuration Manager 2012 R2 CU1.
- Rod Trent looks further into what exactly EMM is. Do you share his opinion that this is mainly an evolution in name only?
- Garth Jones has published a step-by-step guide on how to deploy CMTrace using the Application Model.
- Released: KB2962927 – You cannot distribute a driver package to a package share on a pull-distribution point.
Until next time!
Time flies – another week and month have gone by. Here are a few things that I personally wanted to catch up on from last week. Maybe there are a few things of interest for you as well:
- Microsoft support published an article entitled Configuring and Troubleshooting Operating System Deployment in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager. If you are looking for the basics on setup up OSD then this article may be of interest to you. I’m missing the details about the troubleshooting though.
- Must read article on myITforum on Configuration Manager 2012 Index Optimization
- Released: KB2961924 – A command-line action that has a linked package doesn’t start in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager.
- Released: KB2962909 – Active Directory discovery creates computer names that use the domain NetBIOS name in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager.
- Saw this tweet from David O’Brien flying by talking about something called Chocolatey applications. Never heard of them but they look interesting and I definitely will look further into these for usage in my labs.
See you next week!