Since ConfigMgr 2012 SP1 was released, we have been able to install a native client onto various flavours of Linux and UNIX. Managing the client is obviously quite different from the Windows version (there’s no UI for a start), but it wouldn’t be ConfigMgr without a decent log file 🙂
The log file for Linux/UNIX […]
The code in this blog post is the tidied-up script which I used in my sessions at TechEd New Zealand and TechEd Australia, on deploying multiple Windows to Go devices in parallel.
Because I work quite a bit with Ironkey, and Ironkey Windows to Go devices have the nice feature of each having a unique […]
I’ve done some work with a customer recently where there was a requirement to provision new users in Azure Active Directory and assign all available licenses during the provisioning process (e.g. Office 365, Windows Intune).
It’s fairly straightforward to do with PowerShell. The code below looks for the Azure subscription’s default domain (*.onmicrosoft.com) but you […]
The two sessions I delivered at TechEd New Zealand 2014 are now live and available on MSDN Channel 9:
Session: Deep Dive – Deploying and Managing Windows To Go
Session: Automated Compliance, Auditing and Remediation for the Enterprise Datacenter
As always, it was great to attend TechEd New Zealand – the event organisers and track […]
This code is designed to create the framework for the Windows 8.1 OSD Task Sequence used in Chapter 11 of “Learn ConfigMgr 2012 in a Month of Lunches“.
The PowerShell cmdlet doesn’t perform the full amount of customisation which the reader does in the book’s lab environment, but it sets up the structure of the […]