I have just released version 0.5.3 of my client health check script and I’m happy to announce that ConfigMgr Client Health finally supports logging to a file share. This update also includes a rewrite of the code to make it much cleaner to read and understand. Read More
How to deploy .NET Framework 4.6.2 with SCCM. Easy step by step guide with pictures explaining how to create the application in Configuration Manager.
One of our customers that was still on .NET Framework 4.5.2 experienced problems with the December 2016 patches from Microsoft, one patch simply would not install and reported an error. Upgrading the customer to .NET Framework 4.6.2 solved their problem and all updates installed successfully. There was no reason why they didn’t upgrade, they where just that some applications would stop working and hesitated. So after upgrading them I decided to write this guide. Read More
This blog post explains how you can use global conditions in SCCM to reduce your administrative load. Global conditions are rules that defines business or technical conditions that you can use for application deployments. Read More
How to deploy Windows Management Framework 5.1 with SCCM. Microsoft released Windows Management Framework 5.1 in January 2017, and with it comes PowerShell 5.1 that includes new featues and cmdlets. This blog post covers how you can deploy Windows Management Framework 5.1 with SCCM. Read More
This post explains how to work with ODBC connections in Powershell. Powershell 4 introduced new cmdlets that make it very easy to create and manage ODBC connections. We use the .NET assembly system.data.odbc.odbcconnection to use ODBC connections present on the system to query the database. Read More
Have you ever seen a picture on the Windows 10 lock screen that you really liked and wanted to save? That happend to me many times. The pictures in the Windows 10 lock screen changes frequently, and there are no built in function to save them.