Dave joined 1E in 1999 when it was just a handful of consultants. Specializing in enterprise desktop management, Dave worked on some of the largest global SMS and SCCM implementation projects. As 1E started to develop software, Dave was involved in the design, testing, documentation, selling and implementation of the 1E product portfolio. With a passion for learning and educating others, Dave created and delivered several training courses throughout his early 1E career and in 2012 he took the initiative to set up a brand new 1E Training practice that has seen hundreds of people from over 20 countries trained and certified on 1E software. Dave now works in the Product Marketing team at 1E, leading our Windows 10 technical team to make Windows 10 migration easy for the enterprise.
Dave Fuller
Thursday, 08 December 2016 / Published in Nomad, OS Deployment, SCCM, Uncategorized, Windows 10
The recent release of Configuration Manager (1610) introduced Peer Cache as a Preview Feature. The Peer Cache concept was first introduced a year ago in the first iteration of Configuration Manager Current Branch (1511) when it was known as Windows PE Peer Cache. It could only be used to share Package content during the Windows
Dave Fuller
Wednesday, 26 October 2016 / Published in Software Lifecycle Automation, Uncategorized, Windows 10
Thank you to everyone who participated in our live webinar The Expert Guide to Scalable Windows 10 Migrations. Here is the transcript of the audience Q&A, plus some questions we didn’t have time to answer live. Didn’t get a chance to join us live? You can now watch the recording and highlight clips on-demand here. Q:
Hope you found our webinar last week informative. If you missed the live event or watch to watch highlight clips, it is now available on-demand. As always, great to see questions coming in throughout the session, but we didn’t have time to answer all of them, so here’s a wrap up. What about the new
Credential Guard
We recently ran a webinar on Credential Guard, a new security feature in Windows 10 designed to reduce exposure to Pass-the-Hash attacks in your environment. As always, we had some great questions in the Q&A and didn’t have time to answer them all, so I’ve written up the questions and answers for your reference if
Peer Backup Assistant
In our recent webinar on automating the switch from BIOS to UEFI, Mike Terrill demonstrated the process of performing a wipe-and-load migration to Windows 10 (required when switching from BIOS to UEFI) that preserved the user data and settings using the Peer Backup Assistant feature of 1E Nomad. A number of questions were raised about
Dave Fuller
Monday, 13 June 2016 / Published in Uncategorized, Windows 10
BIOS to UEFI
Our recent webinar on automating the switch from BIOS to UEFI generated a huge amount of interest and we had an unprecedented number of questions in the Q&A session at the end. Some of the questions were answered live, but we didn’t have time to answer them all in the session. This blog answers the
Dave Fuller
Tuesday, 07 June 2016 / Published in Nomad, SCCM, Software Lifecycle Automation, Uncategorized
Throttling
throttle v. to regulate the flow (e.g. of fuel to an engine) 1E had an awesome few days in Minnesota for this year’s MMS! If you managed to get there I’m sure you had a great experience yourself and learned a lot from the great sessions and speakers (you may have attended some of the
Dave Fuller
Monday, 16 May 2016 / Published in SCCM, Software Lifecycle Automation, Uncategorized
Since I wrote the Peer-to-peer Content Distribution Options blog in March, a few people have asked about the new Peer Cache feature that was introduced in Configuration Manager 1604 Technical Preview and how it compares to the other options, so I had a look at it in my lab. The Technical Preview documentation positions Peer
Dave Fuller
Tuesday, 19 April 2016 / Published in Software Lifecycle Automation, Uncategorized, Windows 10
Windows 10 Servicing
I hope you managed to join our third and last webinar in a series covering Windows 10 migration. In this session we covered what happens after you’ve migrated most of your devices to Windows 10, managing new devices, device replacements, and rebuilds. We also covered Windows 10 Servicing in some depth. If you missed the
Dave Fuller
Thursday, 07 April 2016 / Published in Uncategorized, Windows 10
Windows 10 Servicing
We’re now 8 months into the “new world” of Windows 10 Servicing, with a bunch of Service Updates out there, the first Feature Upgrade (1511) already in Current Branch and due to “go Current Branch for Business” any time soon, and the next one expected in just a few months. For all the latest release