Monthly Archives: February 2013

How can I deploy System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection Definition Updates from a UNC file share

Introduction One of the user definable sources for updates for Endpoint Protection definition updates is an UNC file share, but how you populate that share can mean success or failure when it comes to deploying definition updates from a UNC … Continue reading

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How can I take a screenshot (PrntScrn) on my Microsoft Surface

Yesterday I was lucky enough to get a Surface Pro and spent the evening setting it up, however at one stage during the evening I needed to take a screenshot of what I was seeing onscreen, I looked at the … Continue reading

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How can I determine what Antimalware Policy is applied to my SCEP 2012 SP1 client ?

Introduction One of the many changes in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Service Pack 1 is related to the way the System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP) client processes anti malware policy. A new functionality called Client Side Merge is included … Continue reading

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“Exit code: 0x80070070, restarting: No” error message when installing Windows ADK

I’m just documenting this because i’m sure someone else will have the same problem, while installing the Windows ADK for a Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 upgrade on another server I got an error at the end of the ADK setup … Continue reading

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using System Center 2012 Configuration Manager – Part 11. Upgrading the hierarchy to Service Pack 1

In Part 1 of this series we created our new LAB, we got the System Center 2012 Configuration Manager ISO and extracted it, then copied it to our Active Directory server. We then created the System Management container in AD, … Continue reading

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