Windows Autopilot Links

Over the past year or so I’ve been collecting various links to Windows Autopilot articles that have been published by Microsoft or others as a source of content for my learning on this subject. I decided it could be a good idea to list them all on a single page for anyone else who wants…

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…

WMUG Reactor #1

I’m pleased to confirm that as part of my work with the Windows Management User Group we have now confirmed our latest event on April 4th at Microsoft Reactor in London. I will be speaking alongside my friend and WMUG colleague Paul Winstanley covering all things Cloud Management Gateway which is becoming a vital SCCM…

Configuration Manager Technical Preview 1801 – What’s new?

Avid #SCCM and #ConfigMgr hash tag followers will have noticed that Microsoft just released Configuration Manager Technical Preview 1801. If you haven’t already installed this it will be available within your existing tech preview console in updates and servicing or you can download a clean version to install from new here – https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/evalcenter/evaluate-system-center-configuration-manager-and-endpoint-protection-technical-preview As usual…