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Add Legacy Adapter Step 1
In this blog post, I cover how to start PXE over IPv4 using a Hyper-V virtual machine.
Introduction Sometimes you need to install a list of hotfixes for the Windows Server or client operating system, provided as *.MSU files by Microsoft. The issue is that KB articles that are already installed will cause the process to fail. In this blog post, I provide a Powershell script to install...
In this blog post, I cover adding user accounts and groups to the local administrator group using Powershell.
Install .NET Framework 3.5 - Specify path
This blog covers how to install .NET Framework 3.5 on Windows 10, Server 2016, Server 2019. Use a Powershell command to install .NET 3.5 on your machine.
Diskpart
Introduction Creating a bootable USB device is a common task for both home users and IT Pros. Although the need to create a bootable USB has been reduced in previous years, with the possibility of using the option Reset this PC in Windows 10, we still need to do this when running...
Office 365 Client Update in SCCM. Time differs from Patch Tuesday
Introduction Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus follows a similar servicing procedure as Windows 10 and MEMCM (SCCM). These updates align with the above products, and it crucial for you as an IT administrator to know how to handle this. In this blog post, I cover what the Office 365 Client Updates are,...
Introduction Before starting any operating system deployment via SCCM, you will need to verify that all the Task Sequences' dependencies have been fully distributed to your Distribution Points. In this blog post, I provide an SCCM Task Sequence Powershell script, which you can use to export all the dependencies of a...
Introduction Multicast has been around for a long time. If you don't do any unique configurations to SCCM, it sends all packages as Unicast. Unicast is fine if you are installing a few computers at a time. However, for every computer you add, the network and disk burden grows. For...
SCCM Powershell Detection Method
Introduction This blog post explains how you can use a Powershell script in an SCCM detection method to detect file content. My detection method scenario I came across a customer scenario where configuration files were replaced in the installation directory during application installation using a script. Since a configuration line was...
Introduction A common reason for a Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager (SCCM) environment to become slow is misconfigured collection updates. A few of the reasons for this might be: The IT administrator does not know how collections updates work.LazinessThe organization migrated from SCCM 2007, where Delta updates did not work. This is something...