Microsoft Management Summit news

Thomas McGrath
Tuesday, 31 May 2016 / Published in Events, MMS, Software Lifecycle Automation, Uncategorized
MMS 2016 Key Take Aways
This month’s MMS was a sell-out, and a real who’s who of the systems management community, with 600 attendees including a number Microsoft MVPs. 1E was a proud 3rd time platinum sponsor of the event, presenting multiple sessions, all of which saw fantastically high attendance. Here, 1E Technology Architect Mike Terrill shares three key takeaways
Dave Fuller
Monday, 08 April 2013 / Published in 1E News, Events, MMS, Uncategorized
1E Academy Live is over and we’re now on the Monday of MMS. It’s was hard work but we’re glad to have such amazing people on our team and an awesome community to have come to our session – we wouldn’t change a thing. We’d like to thank all of those who took part in
Dave Fuller
Sunday, 07 April 2013 / Published in 1E News, Events, MMS, Uncategorized
We're creeping ever closer to the start of 1E Academy Live and things are very exciting in the 1E camp! Everyone is working hard to make this an exciting and fun afternoon with lots of tips, tricks and knowledge thrown in for good measure. We've snapped a few pics for now and will be getting
Dave Fuller
Friday, 05 April 2013 / Published in Events, MMS, Uncategorized
We recently published a press release about some of the things 1E will be doing at MMS 2013 this year. I’m going to be going into a bit more detail about how you can interact with 1E over MMS – we’re extremely excited to be there this year and we hope you all are too!
Dave Fuller
Thursday, 04 April 2013 / Published in 1E News, MMS, OS Deployment, Uncategorized
We will be running an on-going feature throughout MMS, Sun 7 – Tues 9, where we will be video recording your community questions surrounding OSD and automation to help you with your OS migration projects. We will then take your questions, answer them and then play them on our booth along with the answer! (We’ll
Thomas McGrath
Tuesday, 08 May 2012 / Published in MMS, Uncategorized
MMS Road Show tours the UK, France and in Germany over the next two weeks Following the excitement of Microsoft Management Summit in Las Vegas last month, here at 1E we’re really looking forward to the Best of MMS road show that will see Microsoft and its partners tour the UK, France and in Germany
Michelle Berninger
Sunday, 22 April 2012 / Published in 1E News, Events, MMS, Uncategorized
In previous versions of ConfigMgr, client settings were globally configured by Site. In ConfigMgr 2012, by default the Default Client Settings (a bit like a ‘profile’ of settings) are applied to all clients. As well as editing the Default Client Settings, it is also possible to create your own settings ‘profiles’ that can be applied to
Michelle Berninger
Sunday, 22 April 2012 / Published in 1E News, Events, MMS, Uncategorized
There are a number of features in ConfigMgr 2012 to ensure clients remain healthy, operational and efficient. The reality is that somewhere between 5% and 15% of your clients will experience issues and may stop communicating with ConfigMgr. ConfigMgr 2012 directly addresses the problem with ConfigMgr Client Heath Evaluation. This agent (which runs as a
Michelle Berninger
Thursday, 19 April 2012 / Published in 1E News, Events, MMS, Uncategorized
ConfigMgr 2012 has been built with the user in mind. The Software Center, installed on all clients, provides an interface for the user to manage installation of software that has been made available to them and to view software that has been installed by ConfigMgr. While this is fairly basic user self-service, 1E Shopping provides
Michelle Berninger
Wednesday, 18 April 2012 / Published in 1E News, Events, MMS, Uncategorized
There are some notable changes in the role of the Distribution Point (DP) in ConfigMgr 2012. The Branch Distribution Point (BDP) has been dropped in ConfigMgr 2012. Instead, there is a single DP role that can be installed on servers (2003 upwards) and workstations (Vista upwards). Interestingly, the DP role is the only Site system