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All you need to know about Windows Server at Ignite 2019

Ready, set, go! The Windows Server team is ready to make sure you are set up for success at Microsoft Ignite 2019. Our experts are busy preparing technical content for breakout sessions, theater sessions and hands-on-workshops. You'll find the schedule ... continue reading
The Case Of The Capture Media Not Working Or Tsmbautorun.Exe Not Working

The Case Of The Capture Media Not Working Or Tsmbautorun.Exe Not Working

First published on TECHNET on Aug 09, 2012 Authored by Santos Martinez TSMBAutoRun.exe is the tool used to Capture Images with System Center 2012 Configuration Manager This week I was working with a customer on capture their main operating system ... continue reading
How can you capture a Windows XP image using System Center 2012 Configuration Manager OSD?

How can you capture a Windows XP image using System Center 2012 Configuration Manager OSD?

First published on TECHNET on Mar 27, 2012 Authored by Santos Martinez Have you received this question? Let’s do some meditation on the Dojo about this. Here is the answer. Like a Ninja on the Shadows. There are multiple solutions ... continue reading
Enhanced Audit Status Message Queries

Enhanced Audit Status Message Queries

First published on TECHNET on Mar 18, 2019Authored by Brandon McMillanHello everyone! My name is Brandon McMillan and I am a System Center Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) PFE. I have found that Status Message Queries can be one of the more ... continue reading
Lift & Shift – ConfigMgr 2012 to ConfigMgr 1702 Current Branch – Part 1 (The Upgrade)

Lift & Shift – ConfigMgr 2012 to ConfigMgr 1702 Current Branch – Part 1 (The Upgrade)

First published on TECHNET on Aug 16, 2017Authored by Danny GuillorySo, all too often lately I have been getting the call to assist upgrading ConfigMgr 2012 to the new Current Branch (ConfigMgr 1702/6). As excited as I am to get ... continue reading
System Center Configuration Manager – All Servers and All Workstations Collections with ProductType

System Center Configuration Manager – All Servers and All Workstations Collections with ProductType

First published on TECHNET on May 10, 2016Authored by Cameron CoxWhen I go out to customers, I always like to see how the top collections are populated (All Servers or All Workstations).This is something most customers do immediately after setting ... continue reading
Talking Database II

Talking Database II

First published on TECHNET on Nov 24, 2015Authored by Santos MartinezHello All, this is ConfigNinja here to Talk about Databases. Welcome to the second blog post on Talking Database, since the first blog post was good and now that we ... continue reading
Collection Evaluation - One tool, One Report

Collection Evaluation – One tool, One Report

First published on TECHNET on Jul 31, 2015Authored by Santos MartinezHello, ConfigNinja here writing you about Collection Evaluation and information on how to review the current collection performance. Collection performance is often one of those questions I get when working ... continue reading
ConfigMgr Debug Logging the Easy Way Using System Center Configuration Manager Compliance Settings

ConfigMgr Debug Logging the Easy Way Using System Center Configuration Manager Compliance Settings

First published on TECHNET on Apr 10, 2015Authored by Cameron CoxHello, my name is Cameron Cox, I am a System Center Configuration Manager PFE. For my first blog, I would like to talk about ConfigMgr Compliance Settings. One of the ... continue reading
Updated: Step by Step Guide to Setting Up System Center Configuration Manager to Support  Management and Installation of the ConfigMgr Client on Mac OS Computers

Updated: Step by Step Guide to Setting Up System Center Configuration Manager to Support Management and Installation of the ConfigMgr Client on Mac OS Computers

First published on TECHNET on Oct 04, 2014Authored by Clifton HughesI have recently had several requests asking about the support for managing Mac OSx computers in System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager, so I went to work in my lab ... continue reading