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Updated Powershell script with June 2015 drivers for deploying the Surface Pro 3 with MDT 2013

On June 25th, Microsoft released another driver update for the Surface Pro 3 here. As usual, i’ve updated my PowerShell script to allow you to deploy this awesome device using minimal effort via a MDT 2013 solution all built with … Continue reading

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How can I Enable BitLocker on Hyper-v Gen 2 virtual machines during OSD using System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager ?

Introduction Enabling BitLocker during New Computer scenarios has been a task organizations have been using for years now, indeed you’ve had the ability to automate it fully using FrontEnd’s such as this one. As Virtual technology (such as Microsoft Hyper-V … Continue reading

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Updated Powershell script with May 2015 drivers for deploying the Surface Pro 3 with MDT 2013

Microsoft has recently released new updated drivers for the Surface Pro 3 (May 2015).     About the drivers   Here’s a breakdown of what those drivers are, the README below describes the versions of the components found in the … Continue reading

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Updated Powershell script with March 2015 drivers for deploying the Surface Pro 3 with MDT 2013

Microsoft has recently released new updated drivers for the Surface Pro 3 (March 2015).   Here’s a breakdown of what those drivers are, the README below describes the versions of the components found in the Surface Pro 3 cumulative firmware … Continue reading

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How can I check for network connectivity before starting a task sequence in System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager ?

Introduction   I’ve been thinking about doing something with this issue for some time now and finally got around to implementing it, however credit where credit is due I’ve based this on a method developed by a colleague of mine … Continue reading

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