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Telemetry is one of those things that tends to divide a room. On one hand it’s productive and accurate feedback for your product of choice and on the other hand it’s big brother spying on what you’re doing in that product. I wanted to share a recent experience with…

During the Build process if you encounter any issues you can perform further investigation with the below mandatory information Machine model Error code with snapshot Error stage with snapshot (may be hiding behind the Task Sequence error window) Single system failure OR multiple systems failures Build Failure Logs (as described below) Mention if any HW component […]

In Today’s tutorial, we learn about the discovery methods in System center configuration manager. We have below discovery methods in System Center Configuration Manager. – Active Directory Forest Discovery – Active Directory Group Discovery – Active Directory System Discovery – Active Directory User Discovery – Heartbeat Discovery – Network Discovery Active Directory Forest Discovery By […]

This is one guide that will take your SCCM skills and environment to a whole new level ! This would give you good insight into your infra and also let you understand how the enterprise class Microsoft Suite is behaving under the hood. The guide has also been implemented in several real world production environments […]

This guide will take you through troubleshooting guides, tips, tricks and tools to achieve 95%+ compliance in your environment and maximum coverage. The guide assumes the following environmental conditions:   Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3 WSUS 3.0 SP2 used as base for Software Updates Windows Client endpoints Three tier SCCM hierarchy   – […]

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select sys.Name0 as ‘Computer Name’, sys.User_Name0 as ‘User Name’, summ.ClientStateDescription, case when summ.ClientActiveStatus = 0 then ‘Inactive’ when summ.ClientActiveStatus = 1 then ‘Active’ end as ‘ClientActiveStatus’, summ.LastActiveTime, case when summ.IsActiveDDR = 0 then ‘Inactive’ when summ.IsActiveDDR = 1 then ‘Active’ end as ‘IsActiveDDR’, case when summ.IsActiveHW = 0 then ‘Inactive’ when summ.IsActiveHW = 1 then […]