Apart from native agent support for Mac OS X, another of the big features of Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 is the ability to deploy “Cloud” Distribution Points on Windows Azure.
Why is this a big deal? Well, if you need to rapidly provision a DP but don’t have the present ability to scale your current […]
UPDATE: 08-12-2015. I’ve noticed that this blog post still gets a reasonable amount of traffic and comments. While that’s really gratifying, the content is horribly out-of-date, and a number of the comments relate to the fact that the functionality which was available when I wrote this post has changed quite a bit, and doesn’t really […]
TechEd Australia 2012 is back to the Gold Coast, and I’m very pleased to announce that I will be presenting three FOUR! sessions this year.
UPDATE 12/09/2012 – The SIM314 vFuture session had to be pulled because SCCM 2012 SP1 Beta was not going to be ready in time. Then it was released right at […]
The sessions have been announced for TechEd New Zealand 2012, and I’m very pleased to announce that I will be presenting two level 400 sessions on Configuration Manager 2012:
MGT401: Migrate from Configuration Manager 2007 to Configuration Manager 2012 Track: Management Session Type: Breakout Session Level: 400 Abstract: Configuration Manager 2012 is here […]