A short list of items that caught my interest during the past week. I expect things to slow down a bit further during the holiday period.
- Interesting article on Mac OS X 10.9.3 Support for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Clients on the ConfigMgr team blog.
- Also on the ConfigMgr team blog came the announcement that SQL Server Service Pack 2 is now supported with Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 and R2. At the time of writing this blog post this change was not documented yet in the supported configurations in the online documentation (here).
See you next time!
This week was a very busy and exciting one with the first edition of ITPROCeed taking place. All the effort put into the event by many paid off and the event was really a success – stay tuned for a short debrief somewhere next week.
In-between project work and the event preparations there were a few items that I did flag for further reading. Here they are outlined in this week’s review:
- Interesting article on the ConfigMgr blog on how the Configuration Manager Content Library manages disk space.
- Be aware that Configuration Manager 2007 will be out of mainstream support in a few weeks. More details in this article by Rod Trent on WindowsITPro.com.
- Peter Daalmans published two interesting articles: one on how to set user preferences in Mac OS X 10.x with ConfigMgr 2012 R2 and another one on how to set background of Mac OS X with ConfigMgr 2012 R2
- Pay attention when deploying the newly released Security Update KB2965788. It requires multiple reboots so it will fail when deployed in a Task Sequence. See KB2894518 for details about this issue with Task Sequences (and note that HB2965788 is not listed – yet).
See you next week!