Jason has updated the Configmgr Client Startup script to 1.54. I can’t say how much I love this script. Go here to read more about it and download it: http://blog.configmgrftw.com/?page_id=349 I also see that my 2 little contributions has been added to the script. My contribs to Jason’s excellent script was the following: ”Added CheckCacheDuringStartup […]
Posts tagged Configuration Manager
Allright, I´m starting to find issues with ConfigMgr 2012 during my first installations. For instance, if you decide to install updates to your 4.0 Framework Client Profile you might find that your Configuration Manager 2012 console will crash (stop working). These are the updates I installed. And this is the error message I got. I […]
I recently did a project involving Bitlocker on Windows 7 with HP computers. The customer had a couple of different models and TPM wasn´t enabled on all of them. So, to get Bitlocker to work, we first had to find a way to enable, set correct ownership and finally activate the TPM chip. The short […]
So I have used some time customizing my task sequence to be able deploy a image with multiple different Language,keyboard layout and timezones. As always there are a bunch of different methods you can use to accomplish this but here is the things that work for me deploying Windows 7, the variables I use in the […]
After the release of ConfigMgr 2007 R3 the need to update Client Agents with hotfixes suddenly became all that more interesting. Some optional patches have been released earlier, but for Power Management to work on clients in R3 a hotfix is required. So, how do you check what kind of hotfixes are actually installed on […]
A little known feature, not supported by Microsoft, allows you to press F11 to select PXE servers to boot from. It works for Windows Server 2008 R2, and is quite useful for LAB-environments. Enable it simply by going to HKLMSYSTEMCurrentControlSetservicesWDSServerProvidersWDSPXEProvidersBINLSVC and setting AllowServerSelection to 1. Read the original post over at Deployvista.
Ever wondered what those different Operating System Name and Version attributes mean? Wonder no more. Clients Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 5.1 – Windows XP Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 5.2 – Windows XP x64 Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 6.0 – Windows Vista Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 6.1 – Windows 7 Servers Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 […]