Configuration Manager 1902–Phased Deployments

If you haven’t seen the parent post for this article, jump back here to see a complete list of all new features in Configuration Manager 1902. This post covers the specific additions and improvements to Phased Deployments that were added to Configuration Manager 1902 Dedicated monitoring for phased deployments Phased Deployments are becoming quite a…

Configuration Manager 1902–Configuration Manager Console

If you haven’t seen the parent post for this article, jump back here to see a complete list of all new features in Configuration Manager 1902. This post covers the specific additions and improvements to the Configuration Manager Console that were added to Configuration Manager 1902. The Configuration Manager product group love to get involved…

Configuration Manager–Cloud Management Gateway certificate limitation

Whilst working with a customer this week who recently had Configuration Manager implemented, I was made aware of a problem they had experienced adding certificates into the cloud management gateway. This particular organisation is going through a domain consolidation exercise following a merger but at the moment has 3 domains in separate forests each with…

SCCM Run Script – Gather SCCM Log files for PowerShell v4 and earlier

I previously wrote a short post and did a demonstration video of the Run Scripts feature in Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager – https://morethanpatches.com/2018/02/12/sccm-run-scripts-pre-release-feature/ In that demo I used an example script created by Jörgen Nilsson which ran on the client, zipped up the SCCM log files folder and copied to back to a central…

Cloud Management Gateway in Azure CSP **UPDATED 21/04/17**

In Configuration Manager Current Branch v1610 Microsoft released one specific feature (previously available in tech preview) called the Cloud Management Gateway. To summarise, this offers an alternative solution to internet based client management utilising Azure therefore removing the need for any internal infrastructure, port openings, network routes etc which can often be complicated and cumbersome…