Tag Archives: SCCM
Last week I encountered an interesting issue with the System Center Configuration Manager 2012 R2 client. The issue is seen as a memory leak in the ccmexec.exe process, driving up the memory consumption in excess of 10GB of memory. We … Continue reading
I have been troubleshooting a number of issues with IE11 after applying the patches for August 2015. The problem manifests itself as application hangs in IE11 but examining the dumps reveals that it is actually Forefront Endpoint Protection (FEP), System … Continue reading
As I wrote about on March 19 (https://larsnorman.wordpress.com/2015/03/19/windows-update-agent-returning-0x8007000e/) I have been having issues with incorrrect scans for security updates which can be traced down to an out-of-memory condition in the Windows Update Agent. A large number of people have been … Continue reading
For the last few weeks I have spend quite some time troubleshooting problems with Software Update Management on Configuration Manager 2012R2. As part of my research I found a very nice document by Vinay Pamnani (from Microsoft). Vinay does a … Continue reading
Last week I worked on a brand new Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 deployment for a customer. Everything is new, new servers, new Active Directory and a new Configuration Manager hierarchy. I installed two servers, one for the site and one … Continue reading
Microsoft has silently released an updated set of System Center 2012 Configuration Manager documentation. Among the good stuff I found a single PDF containing the technical library, in total more than 2000 pages.