Powershell execution policy is misunderstood and often looked upon as a security feature that stops you from running your scripts. But it’s not intended as a security feature, and it was not designed to make your life hard. In this post I will explain what Powershell execution policy is, how to set it, and finally how to bypass it.
I have used a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 work computer for almost more than a year now. My desk at the office have a docking station with a keyboard, mouse and headset with microphone connected. I also have two 24″ monitors connected in addition to the screen of the Surface. The docking station for the Surface Pro 3 only have 1 mini display port but a USB 3.0 graphics adapter was all I needed to set up the second monitor. My Surface is not joined to the domain and is treated as bring your own device. Here are my experience with my Surface Pro 3 work computer.
How to upgrade Configuration Manager 2012 R2 SP1 to Current Branch. This guide is based on my experiences after upgrading several ConfigMgr installations to Current Branch and is a step-by-step guide with everything you need to know to perform a successful upgrade. This guide applies to the following Configuration Manager 2012 versions: SCCM 2012 SP1 SCCM 2012 SP2 SCCM 2012 R2 SCCM 2012 R2 SP1
Here is a list of the current version and Configuration Manager build numbers, both current branch and 2012 R2. I recommend using the Microsoft System Center 2012 Servicing Extension to find your current CU version.
So a customer of mine wanted a report from configuration manager to list primary devices for their users. Here is the SQL query I used to create this report.