Microsoft isn’t really ready to talk about this stuff yet (unfortunately) but as a System Center guy one my recent thoughts was “I wonder what MS used to deploy Windows 8 onto all those slates at Build?”.
I recall at TechEd Australia 2009 when MS used the pre-release of MDT 2010 to deploy Windows 7 […]
The new application model in System Center Configuration Manager 2012 is pretty excellent, and allows you to do some innovative software deployments. But, like any new thing, the UI takes a bit of getting used to. In this case, there’s no delete/erase button for Applications which you no longer require.
This is because an Application […]
TechEd is done and dusted for another year (in this part of the world, at least) and I have to say that presenting at both TechEd New Zealand and TechEd Australia was an absolute blast.
My TechEd Australia sessions were recorded, and they’re now available at Channel 9:
SEC305 – Make The Move: Migrate from […]
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Recently I had the very great pleasure to be interviewed by the mighty Richard Campbell for RunAsRadio.
We had an awesome chat about some of the great new features in SCCM 2012, cast our gaze ahead in time to SCCM 2012 SP1, and managed to confuse each other about ActiveSync (I think that part might […]