Category Archives: SCCM

Deploy Google Chrome silently with no shortcuts

Deploying applications is as easy as ABC when there is no need to repackage them. But then you get a request that requires some changes that should be easy. To deploy Google Chrome silently with no shortcuts is one of … Continue reading

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KB3159706 breaks WSUS

Apparently KB3159706 breaks WSUS for some of my customers. I’ve had a few calls where they say that WSUS doesn’t work any longer or that the Software Update Point in Configuration Manager is generating errors.

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Analytics Plus – Reports for SCCM

A while back I wrote a post on how to install and configure Analytics Plus from ManageEngine and how to get data from the System Center Configuration Manager database to create reports and dashboards. In this post I will share with … Continue reading

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Analytics for your System Center Configuration Manager data

The most common question I get from my customers who are using Configuration Manager is without a doubt; “Can I get a report on this?”, “Is there a dashboard for this?” or other analytics. Well, as most of you know, … Continue reading

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MST-files

When working with MSI-files, MST-files are a big part of getting things to work the way you want it to do when deploying them with SCCM for example. This post will show you the basics of creating and using MST-files … Continue reading

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Use multiple IIF in expressions

Sometimes you will need to use multiple IIF in expressions when creating reports in SSRS, Reporting Services. For the past week I’ve been sitting with SSRS, trying to create a report that will show all licensed Microsoft products per client, … Continue reading

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Silent install of QuickTime 7

Quicktime is one of the applications that is a total nightmare for SCCM-administrators to package and distribute silent. In this post I will show you how to easily install Quicktime 7, silently of course, to your clients.

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Deploy IE 11 using SCCM 2012

This post might seem big, but don’t worry, it’s like the favorite book you had in school, mostly pictures. Today I will show you how to deploy Internet Explorer 11 with SCCM 2012, something that might sound easy. In fact, … Continue reading

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How can I get the membership rules on all collections in a folder (Powershell)?

A few weeks back I was tasked with the enormous task of checking that all device-collections that were associated with an application were linked to a group in the Active Directory and that direct membership wasn’t used. If this had been … Continue reading

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