Monthly Archives: April 2012

Meet Globeteam at the System Center 2012 launch

On May 30 Microsoft and partners launches System Center 2012 in Copenhagen. The agenda includes four tracks of each four breakout sessions. A number of interesting subjects will be presented. My fellow consultants Lasse Wilén and Kennet Bak Kjær will … Continue reading

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SCO 2012–Integration Packs and add-ons

Finally the System Center Orchestrator 2012 integration pack arrived. See http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=28725  For me the important thing with this release is the ability to create runbooks that hook into and automate Configuration Manager 2012 (CM12). In related SCO news the official … Continue reading

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CM12–Distribute on Demand

In System Center Configuration Manager 2012 it is possible to mark an application so it will be assigned to a protected distribution point if a machine within that DP’s protected boundary request the content. The feature can be seen if … Continue reading

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CM12–A few hidden gems II

As mentioned in the previous post (https://larsnorman.wordpress.com/2012/04/03/cm12a-few-hidden-gems/) System Configuration Manager has a few small innovations that deserves some attention. One of these is “SCCM Console Builder”. Besides the fact that we here have a Microsoft tool using the moniker SCCM … Continue reading

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CM12–A few hidden gems..

In System Center Configuration Manager 2012 we see a number of new and very important innovations, like the new application model. In this post however, I want to write about two small tools included with CM12 that I have never … Continue reading

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