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Interesting WMI issue on DPs

I recently worked on an issue with a few remote DPs where content couldn’t be added to the DP. What we saw was a package being copied in what looked like a succesfull manner followed by CSendFileAction::SendFiles failed; 0x80010108 SMS_PACKAGE_TRANSFER_MANAGER … Continue reading

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Update for Configuration Manager 2012 R2–Slow OSD performance

The recently released R2 version of Configuration Manager 2012 has suffered from slow performance while downloadning in WinPE. See this thread for more information: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/4c72ae27-198f-4751-b0d6-340a11b52bd4/insanely-slow-os-download-in-2012-r2-winpe?forum=configmanagerosd&prof=required The problem – according to the thread above is the refresh rate of the progressbar. … Continue reading

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System Center 2012 Update Rollup 1

System Center 2012 has only been generally available for the last few weeks but already the first set of updates has been released. These updates target Operations Manager, Virtual Machine Manager and App Controller.

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New blog you may want to follow

A number of my friends has created a new blog focused on Microsoft Infrastructure – check them out at http://msinfrastructure.wordpress.com/

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Digital MMS–renaming the videos

After returning from MMS 2012 in Las Vegas I wanted to review some of the recorded sessions that I missed in Vegas (because I was in another session, naturally). Problem number one is that the Digital MMS site does not … Continue reading

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Digital MMS–renaming the videos

After returning from MMS 2012 in Las Vegas I wanted to review some of the recorded sessions that I missed in Vegas (because I was in another session, naturally). Problem number one is that the Digital MMS site does not … Continue reading

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IE6 countdown

Interesting thought – Microsoft wants users to drop Internet Explorer 6 and has launched an initiative and a website – IE6 countdown – with the stated goal of reducing the global usage for IE6 to less than 1%. Have a … Continue reading

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