I just found out about this and had to pass it on! John and I have been colleagues for years and I am certain that this will be an incredible training event. Here’s some of the highlights on John in → Continue Reading.
Here is a documentation omission I discovered (and reported) recently when I encountered difficulties getting the Linux client to function as expected in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1. The Problem I installed the Linux client on a Suse (SLES) → Continue Reading.
This sample which will work in PowerShell 2.0 or 3.0, and could come in handy in an Orchestrator 2012 runbook (which is where I use it), will rename and rebook the computer. Here is the PowerShell script, intended to run → Continue Reading.
Here is a question I hear all the time in Orchestrator training: What is the difference between a job and an instance in System Center 2012 Orchestrator? It’s very simple actually: Job A job is a request for a runbook → Continue Reading.
I found (and reported) a documentation bug related to System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1 for which I thought I would share the correction. The Issue At this URL on the MS TechNet site (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg712323) which is a page titled → Continue Reading.
I’ve attended MMS and TechEd for many years and I will bet heavily that you haven’t seen anything like this session before (unless you were among the 500 in the audience). The recording session for this just became available at: → Continue Reading.
The overall architecture of Service Provider Foundation is very simple. SPF have two components Web Service and Database. As the database is SQL database it can be made highly available by making SQL Cluster and putting the database there. There → Continue Reading.
So, Tech.Days UK starts tomorrow and runs through until the end of Friday, and it is all available online. Take a look at the session schedule here, https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032543696&Culture=en-GB&community=0, and register if you want to attend any of the sessions. And, if → Continue Reading.
Hi All, This week sees the start of a new MVP Speaker Series covering Windows Server and System Center technologies. Many of the presentations will be sessions that couldn’t be accommodated at MMS, and others will be brand new, but they → Continue Reading.
We all heard the rumors that 2013 may have been the last Microsoft Management Summit, and if it were, I would not be surprised. Don't get me wrong, as a community representative and speaker at the last six MMS conferences, → Continue Reading.