Managing Windows 10 with Intune – WIP for Office 365

By Joe Anich | August 16, 2019

Managing Windows 10 with Intune – WIP for Office 365 When it comes managing data these days it can definitely get a little crazy, there are just so many ways data moves around on different devices in different apps. Keeping a close eye on everything can be tricky, but one thing to help out here … Continue reading “Managing Windows 10 with Intune – WIP for Office 365”

Azure Policy: Your Enterprise Azure Resource Guardrails!

By Trevor Stuart | August 7, 2019

Introduction: There are numerous conversations surrounding Azure Policy. This post will provide information to accompany those conversations. This post will be a living and constantly modified document throughout the product development. Post Purpose: The purpose of this document is to explain the following: What is Azure Policy Intended Audience: The intended audience will be Azure … Continue reading “Azure Policy: Your Enterprise Azure Resource Guardrails!”

Managing Windows 10 with Intune – AutoPilot Reset

By Joe Anich | July 7, 2019

Managing Windows 10 with Intune – AutoPilot Reset Playing with the AutoPilot Reset and essentially refreshing my home laptops over and over, I thought why not just document and share it. I’m coming at this from a “Devices already managed” approach, so I did not pre-register my hardware ID’s for the full white glove experience. … Continue reading “Managing Windows 10 with Intune – AutoPilot Reset”

Azure Security Center : Playbooks!

By Trevor Stuart | May 30, 2019

Azure Security Center Playbooks First off, what is a Playbook in Azure Security Center (ASC)? A Security Playbook is a pre-established and scripted set of actions that can be taken in the event of a specific alert within your Azure tenant (think of System Center Orchestrator Runbooks, but for Azure, aimed towards increased Security for … Continue reading “Azure Security Center : Playbooks!”

SCCM Side-By-Side Migration: A Real Life Issue – Resolved.

By Trevor Stuart | February 5, 2019

INTRODUCTION: Good day IT folks, it’s Trevor coming back at you with another real life scenario that sparked my interest today, that I thought would be valuable to share with the broader community (wish I stumbled across this previously!). Let me set the stage. THE STAGE / SOME BACKGROUND: So I am onsite for a … Continue reading “SCCM Side-By-Side Migration: A Real Life Issue – Resolved.”

Deploy SQL CU w/ rollback package

By Joe Anich | February 2, 2019

Had to write something up for a customer, so I thought I’d share that. Nothing mind blowing here, just the simple process of deploying a CU for SQL 2016 SP1 with an uninstall package to showcase the roll back of said CU. The customers DBA team was looking to see how they could leverage SCCM … Continue reading “Deploy SQL CU w/ rollback package”

SCCM Custom Report Request – PXE Enabled Distribution Points and Boundary Group Membership

By Trevor Stuart | November 29, 2018

The Request: Good Day Everyone! I come to you this lovely afternoon with a post on a custom report request that came my way – that oddly enough was nowhere to be found as an offered solution within SCCM or on the wonderful World Wide Web! Last week a customer emailed me asking for a … Continue reading “SCCM Custom Report Request – PXE Enabled Distribution Points and Boundary Group Membership”

ConfigMgr Cloud Management Gateway!

By Trevor Stuart | November 3, 2018

Good day everyone! Recently I spoke at Microsoft Tech Talk – Dallas on this topic, and I wanted to put together a quick informative post on some of the prerequisite steps along with implementation steps necessary to deploy the SCCM Cloud Management Gateway! This is an amazing feature that is truly a new way to … Continue reading “ConfigMgr Cloud Management Gateway!”

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SCCM Managed Office 365 Clients, Versioning

By Joe Anich | August 3, 2018

A topic I’ve been asked about often the last few weeks has been around Office 365 Client versioning, more specifically when being managed with SCCM. Ensuring Office 365 Clients are properly set to be managed via SCCM is important for consistent versioning results. A few cross checks first, make sure your site is set to … Continue reading “SCCM Managed Office 365 Clients, Versioning”

Hyper-V Baseline Change – AutomaticStopAction

By Joe Anich | July 30, 2018

Was recently asked by a customer to make a global Hyper-V change on VM’s having the wrong AutomaticStopAction setting, across many HV Hosts. My tool of choice, SCCM Baseline! (Yes, SCVMM is a better option here, but that’s not an option in their environment…) To familiarize everyone, this is what we are changing: Let’s hop … Continue reading “Hyper-V Baseline Change – AutomaticStopAction”