Today it was Configuration Manager 2012 CEP time again, this time Eric Orman presented a session about the upgrade process of the Configuration Manager 2007 Secondary Sites and/or distribution points to Configuration Manager 2012 distribution points.READ MORE
CEP summary – Upgrade SCCM 2007 Secondary sites and/or DP’s to SCCM 2012 DP’s
Package Conversion Manager part 3: PCM in action (movie)
Part three of the series of blogs about the Package Conversion Manager is a movie where you see the Package Conversion Manager in action. See the scenarios described in the last blog in action. Sit back and enjoy! 😉READ MORE
Package Conversion Manager part 2: Converting packages
In my last blog I wrote about the Package Conversion Manager in general, in this blog I will write about the conversion process of the classic packages. Let’s see how this nice extension of Configuration Manager 2012 works and rocks!READ MORE
Migrating from Configuration Manager 2007 to Configuration Manager 2012 is, like described in earlier blogs, an easy and manageble step to take. After all your assets are migrated to your new Configuration Manager 2012 environment, you may want to be sure that the classic packages are converted to the new Application Model. For this purpose […]READ MORE
New Prerequisite Check tool shipped with RC of Configuration Manager 2012
With the release candidate of System Center 2012 Configuration Manager a new Prerequisite check tool was released. In earlier versions of Configuration Manager, the prerequisite check was always embedded in the setup.exe (or setupwpf.exe). Let’s have a look at the option of the new tool.READ MORE
System Center 2012 family rebranded
While launching all the new beta and release candidate versions of the products in the System Center 2012 family, Microsoft slightly changed all the names of the products. Let’s see how the names are changed. Did we read also something about a release date? 😉READ MORE
International version of Configuration Manager 2012 RC1 released
Today the Configuration Manager 2012 team released the International version of Configuration Manger 2012 RC1. You are able to download this version on the Connect website. If you are interested in testing Simplified Chinese or German please install the International build of Configuration Manger 2012 RC1. Be sure to install the same languages on your […]READ MORE
With the release of Configuration Manager 2012 Release Candidate, Microsoft also integrated System Center Endpoint Protection (was Forefront Endpoint Protection) with Configuration Manager 2012. Very welcome enhancements if you ask me, let’s see how this works. Wally Mead showed us the feature last week, let’s see I remembered everything correctly 😉READ MORE
Changes in Release Candidate since Configuration Manager 2012 Beta2
This week was a week full of System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, first the Configuration Manager day of the Dutch System Center User Group on Wednesday, the missed CEP session about Configuration Manager 2012 RC presented by Adwait Joshi, (because of time change, watched the recording) and the System Center Day of the Belgium System […]READ MORE
Deploying Secondary Sites in Configuration Manager 2012
Let’s look today at the ability in Configuration Manager 2012 to install a Secondary Site from the Configuration Manager 2012 Management Console and the ability to monitor and troubleshoot the installation.READ MORE
Configuration Manager 2012 Community Evaluation Program continues?
Is there life after the current Configuration Manager 2012 Community Evaluation Program? Yeah there is. Last week I found out that the program will continue after November the 16th when the current rerun will end. Probably it will be a rerun of the earlier sessions with all the new Release Candidate / RTM information.READ MORE
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About Peter Daalmans
Peter tries to speak every year on several events like TechDays Netherlands, ExpertsLive, IT/Dev Connections, BriForum, Midwest Management Summit, TechEd Australia, TechEd New Zealand and in 2017 Peter had the honor to speak at Microsoft Ignite. See more here.
Author of four books about Configurtion Manager and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility +Security