Category Archives: SCCM

System Center Configuration Manager

System Center Configuration Manager 1902.2 Technical Preview is now available

For the second time in one month, a new Technical Preview release is available, this time it’s version 1902.2. This release contains the following new features. Additional languages for Office 365 updates Integration with analytics for Office 365 ProPlus readiness … Continue reading

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A summary of System Center Configuration Manager releases in 2018 and the new features – Part 1 (Current Branch)

The product team behind System Center Configuration Manager at Microsoft (led by David James) have done an amazing amount of work in the last year alone. They’ve released three major releases of System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch 1802, 1806 … Continue reading

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A quick look at System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview version 1810.2

Microsoft has released their second Technical Preview in one month, this one dubbed Technical Preview 1810.2 This release is also a new baseline release for Technical Preview installs. Technical preview version 1810.2: The Configuration Manager technical preview version 1810.2 is … Continue reading

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A quick look at System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview version 1810

A few days ago Microsoft released another Technical Preview release, this time it’s Technical Preview version 1810. I didn’t have a chance until now to check it out, as usual, in the Updates and Servicing node, click on Check for … Continue reading

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Deploying Windows 10 in the enterprise using traditional and modern techniques, my notes from the Ignite session

Introduction Yesterday I was stuck in my hotel room with a terrible cold (flu) but I motivated myself to get out of bed and attend some sessions today, as that is what Microsoft Ignite is all about. I just attended … Continue reading

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