Category Archives: System Center Configuration Manager (Current Branch)

How can I determine what SCEP AntiMalware policies are installed in Windows 10 version 1703

Introduction Windows 10 version 1703 was released to MSDN recently and of course many are upgrading their labs prior to the VLSC release. One thing that has changed drastically in Windows 10 version 1703 is the SCEP application (System Center … Continue reading

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Still running SCCM 2007 ? then make sure you are aware of this

Introduction A SHA-1 deprecation coming to Windows will affect Configuration Manager, especially 2007 which doesn’t support SHA-2 algorithms. SHA-1 is a legacy cryptographic hash that many in the security community believe is no longer secure. Using the SHA-1 hashing algorithm … Continue reading

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How can I forcefully upgrade Windows 10 to the latest version using System Center Configuration Manager (Current Branch)?

Introduction Windows 10 is probably one of the fastest developing operating systems from Microsoft yet, and was initially released in July 2015 as Windows 10 version 1507. The version 1507 nomenclature equates to (YYMM) or year year, month month so … Continue reading

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How can I upgrade to System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch version 1702

Introduction In a previous post you used PowerShell scripts to quickly install System Center Configuration Manager (Current Branch) version 1606 and then upgraded it using Updates and Servicing to System Center Configuration Manager (Current Branch) version 1610. In case you … Continue reading

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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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