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How can I use Express Updates when patching Windows 10 with Quality Updates in System Center Configuration Manager (Current Branch) ?

Introduction Windows 10 Enterprise first shipped in July 2015 with Windows 10 version 1507, and since then there have been 2 versions, Windows 10 version 1511 and Windows 10 version 1607. In spring of this year (2017) we will see … Continue reading

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How can I check the status of my Intune service ?

Introduction If your users are complaining that they cannot enroll devices or are having related issues  you should do some initial troubleshooting, and one of those things you should check is the Service Health of the Microsoft Intune service to … Continue reading

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What is the ContentLibraryCleanup tool and how can I use it ?

Introduction Microsoft have released a new version of the ContentLibraryCleanup tool for System Center Configuration Manager in the latest Technical Preview release (TP1701). By upgrading your Technical Preview release to version 1701 you can start testing the new features of … Continue reading

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System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview 1701 now available !

Introduction Microsoft is pushing out updates to System Center Configuration Manager at an incredible pace and to assist with that there are two main versions (of Configuration Manager) available. System Center Configuration Manager (Current Branch) System Center Configuration Manager (Technical … Continue reading

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Why do my /ue: switches not work in WinPE for USMT ?

Introduction This is a quick post which hopefully will help others. When troubleshooting USMT data migration you may want to have user exclusions in order to exclude migrating data from certain domain and local accounts. In our case however, the … Continue reading

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