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10th Mar 2016

OMS/EMS Seminar March 2016: Enterprise Mobility Suite Session Notes and slides

Hi First and foremost, thanks to all attendees for a great day on Wednesday. Lots of great questions and discussions and to all of you who is wondering what happened to my girlfriend’s phone – well I had to un-enroll it the morning after!  For those of you who are waiting for the EMS-book that […]

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11th Dec 2015

December 11: Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) Resources at your fingertips

I know it’s a pompous title, but that still the idea behind what I want to show next. As an IT-Pro I am used to staying up to date on the latest technology that I am working with. And with On-premises solutions like traditional ConfigMgr implementations, staying up to date is not too hard with […]

Category: App, Azure AD, Cloud Services, Config Mgr. Tools, Configuration Manager, Configuration Manager 2012 R2, Enterprise Mobility Suite, Windows 10, Windows 10 App, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Intune  |  3 Comments

2nd Dec 2015

December 2nd: Part 2: Uninstall Java (or any other software) with ConfigMgr Compliance Baselines

It’s December 2nd and Christmas is just around the corner! Yesterday Jakob kicked off the Coretech December Calendar with a great post about “Triggering a webhook from a SharePoint workflow using Out-of-the-box Activities” (Check out his blog post here: http://bit.ly/1N16fte).  That was the  first, this is the second post in the Coretech blog series that will continue […]

Category: Compliance Baselines, Compliance Items, Configuration Manager, Configuration Manager 2012, Configuration Manager 2012 R2, Configuration Manager 2012 SP1, Powershell, Scripting, Tips and tricks  |  6 Comments

30th Nov 2015

Get the latest post from the Coretech blog the moment it is published

Add the Coretech blog as an RSS Feed in Outlook Staying up to date is important as IT evolves and changes so rapidly. For the employees of Coretech, blogging about the products we work with and solutions we create or discover is a great way to stay current. Where we at the same time build […]

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25th Nov 2015

Part 1: Uninstall Java (or any other software) with ConfigMgr Compliance Baselines

Compliance Items and Compliance Baselines in ConfigMgr is so powerful! And with some PowerShell magic you can almost use it to do anything you like on a Windows based computer – Only your imagination that will be the showstopper! Here I will show how you can uninstall software using WMI and Compliance Items in SCCM. […]

Category: Compliance Baselines, Compliance Items, Config Mgr. SP2, Config Mgr. Tools, Configuration Manager 2012, Configuration Manager 2012 R2, Configuration Manager 2012 SP1, Powershell, Software distribution, Tips and tricks  |  8 Comments

11th Nov 2015

Microsoft EMS News App for Windows 10 and Windows Phone 10

Update: The app has now changed name and is published to the Microsoft store under the name Microsoft EMS Resources An updated blog post is published here: http://blog.coretech.dk/mas/december-11-microsoft-enterprise-mobility-suite-ems-resources-at-your-fingertips/ As an IT-Pro I am used to staying up to date on the latest technology that I am working with. And with On-premises solutions like traditional ConfigMgr implementations, […]

Category: Azure AD, Cloud Services, Enterprise Mobility Suite, MDM, Office 365, Windows Intune  |  6 Comments

20th Oct 2015

Troubleshooting: An error occurred when creating the WSUS Signing Certificate (Secunia)

Lately I have been doing some Secunia integrations with System Center 2012 R2: Configuration Manager (SCCM/ConfigMgr 2012). When you are setting up the connector between Secunia CSI and WSUS one of the first things the wizard is asking you to do is to Configure a WSUS Self-Signed Certificate, the WSUS signing certificate is required to […]

Category: Config Mgr. R2 integration, Config Mgr. SP2, Config Mgr. Tools, Configuration Manager, Configuration Manager 2012, Configuration Manager 2012 R2, Configuration Manager 2012 SP1, Custom Updates, Home, Security, Software Updates  |  1 Comment

16th Oct 2015

How to: Create custom SQL- based Reports in System Center 2012 R2: Configuration Manager

A customer asked me  for a “how-to” on how to Create reports in SCCM 2012, so why not share with everyone. This post is not intended to show how to write or design queries, but show you have to create  a report based on a SQL query you might already have. Even-though we are skipping […]

Category: Config Mgr. Inventory and Reporting, Configuration Manager 2012, Configuration Manager 2012 R2, Configuration Manager 2012 SP1, Home, Microsoft SQL, SQL Reporting services  |  1 Comment

13th Oct 2015

Add the “Trigger Setup Rollback” Step in Windows vNext (Windows 10) Upgrade Task Sequence for proper status monitoring

With the announcement of Windows 10 Microsoft released a pre-created Task Sequence for an in-place-upgrade scenario with all the necessary steps it takes to upgrade from Windows 7, 8 or 8.1. For more information and the task sequence itself go to the System Center Team blog here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/configmgrteam/archive/2015/06/16/revised-content-for-the-win10-in-place-upgrade-via-task-sequence-for-configmgr.aspx The task sequence after imported into SCCM: […]

Category: Configuration Manager, Configuration Manager 2012, Home, Operating Systems, OS Deployment, OS Deployment, Task sequence, Windows 10  |  Comment

13th Oct 2015

Windows Defender not getting definition updates on a Windows 10 client managed by ConfigMgr

With the announcement of Windows 10 Microsoft said that ConfigMgr 2012 would natively support Windows Defender in the latest Service pack (http://blogs.technet.com/b/configmgrteam/archive/2015/05/14/announcing-the-availability-of-sysctr-2012-r2-configmgr-sp1-and-sysctr-2012-configmgr-sp2.aspx). That means, for those of you who are using Endpoint Protection as the Antivirus solutions on clients and servers, needs to start using the Windows Defender instead and stop deploying SCEP (to Windows […]

Category: Client Installation, Configuration Manager, Configuration Manager 2012, Home, Windows Defender  |  Comment