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How Client Assignment and Client Push Happen in SCCM

How Client Assignment and Client Push Happen in SCCM

First published on TECHNET on Sep 25, 2018 Hello All! Prathista here from the SCCM PFE world to give you some insights about the client assignment process and how client push is triggered when automatic client push is enabled. Many ... continue reading

Breaking into Windows Server 2019: SDN Load Balancers

First published on TECHNET on Oct 12, 2018 Happy Friday folks! Brandon Wilson here once again to give you a pointer to some more information covering a topic touched on by the Windows Core Networking PG, and that is Software ... continue reading
Extending Hardware Inventory for System Center Configuration Manager

Extending Hardware Inventory for System Center Configuration Manager

First published on TECHNET on Oct 15, 2018 Hello everyone, Jonathan Warnken here, and I am a Premier Field Engineer (PFE) for Microsoft. I primarily support Configuration Manager and I have been getting a lot of questions recently on how ... continue reading
Does Disabling User/Computer GPO Settings Make Processing Quicker?

Does Disabling User/Computer GPO Settings Make Processing Quicker?

First published on TECHNET on Oct 22, 2018 Hi everyone! Graeme Bray with you again today to talk about an age old discussion point. Does Group Policy process quicker if you disable the User/Computer sections of a specific policy? We're ... continue reading
SSH on Windows Server 2019

SSH on Windows Server 2019

First published on TECHNET on Oct 29, 2018 Hello all from PFE Land! I'm Allen Sudbring, PFE in the Central Region. Today I'm going to talk about the built in SSH server that can be added to Windows Server 2019 ... continue reading
Unsticking Windows Updates That Are Stuck In Their Tracks

Unsticking Windows Updates That Are Stuck In Their Tracks

First published on TECHNET on Nov 06, 2018 Hello everyone, Matt Novitsch (SCCM Premier Field Engineer) with Craig McCarty (Platforms Premier Field Engineer) here to talk to you about a method of unsticking stuck Windows Updates. We have seen this ... continue reading

Phishing with the Sharks Using the Attack Simulator

First published on TECHNET on Dec 03, 2018 Hello, Paul Bergson back again. It is late fall and once again playoff time for High School and Collegiate volleyball. Women's volleyball in Minnesota is a big deal and I have played ... continue reading
RSAT on Windows 10 1809 in Disconnected Environments

RSAT on Windows 10 1809 in Disconnected Environments

First published on TECHNET on Dec 18, 2018 Hello everyone, Ty McPherson here, along with some fellow engineers Andreas Pacius and Edwin Gaitan, and we wanted to put together and share some information to help you setup Remote Server Administration ... continue reading

SCCM on Windows Server 2016: The Defender Gotcha

First published on TECHNET on Dec 26, 2018 Hello! My name is Todd Linke, and I am a Premier Field Engineer at Microsoft where I specialize in System Center Configuration Manager. For those of you that may not be aware, ... continue reading
Secure Credentials with Self-Signed Certificates for PowerShell Scripts

Secure Credentials with Self-Signed Certificates for PowerShell Scripts

First published on TECHNET on Jan 14, 2019 Hello everyone, I'm Preston K. Parsard, specializing in Platforms, Azure Infrastructure and Automation topics, and I'd like to share some insights for securing PowerShell credentials using certificates. This post is based on ... continue reading