Monthly Archives: January 2012

using SCCM 2012 RC in a LAB – Part 14. Performing a side-by-side Migration from Configuration Manager 2007

In Part 1 of this series we got our AD and SCCM servers ready, and then we installed System Center 2012 Configuration Manager as a standalone Primary site. In Part 2 we configured the SCCM server further by adding some … Continue reading

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using SCCM 2012 RC in a LAB – Part 13. using Role Based Administration to define permissions in the ConfigMgr Console

In Part 1 of this series we got our AD and SCCM servers ready, and then we installed System Center 2012 Configuration Manager as a standalone Primary site. In Part 2 we configured the SCCM server further by adding some … Continue reading

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Two New Endpoint Protection Reports added to Configuration Manager 2012 RC2

Up until recently, Endpoint Protection came with 4 built-in reports in Configuration Manager 2012. AntiMalware Activity Report Computer Malware Details Top Users By Threats User Threat List As of RC2 there are now six built-in reports AntiMalware Activity Report Computer … Continue reading

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Troubleshooting USMT

Updated 2017/01/13 to include info about MigLog.xml and how to correctly use it, previously USMT troubleshooting involved a mig_diag.log file (not any more). Another quick post, if you are trying to troubleshoot USMT and want finer details about what is … Continue reading

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When doing BitLocker, make sure your bios is up to date

this is a very quick post as a reminder, if you are doing any BitLocker deployments it’s a good idea to update the bios of your target computers prior to doing BitLocker operations, while testing out my own BitLocker HTA … Continue reading

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