As time goes on in the world of technology, things change. If you’re like me you’ve gotten fairly used to it. I was just talking to someone and we were laughing. We were discussing the 1 TB 2.5 inch SATA drive in a USB3 case in my bag and the discussion turned to an old
One of the primary reasons organizations are moving to Windows 10 is to take advantage of the new security features Credential Guard and Device Guard that Microsoft offers to enhance enterprise security. Credential Guard isolates secrets to prevent “pass the hash” attacks. Device Guard prevents untrusted apps from being run on your systems. More information
The question of how to manage systems in a multi-forest Active Directory (AD) infrastructure using System Center Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) comes up quite often in online forums and at customers; this post will summarize and detail the answers I’ve given (over and over again). The Really Short Answer It doesn’t matter, and ConfigMgr doesn’t care.
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
A recent myITForum community discussion posted on the SCCM email list server raised the question of which technique was the best way to get a bare metal PxE booting computer to find a PxE server that could respond to the PxE boot request. Remember, this is a special case boot option where the computer powers