Remove non authorized members of the local administrator group with ConfigMgr

    MVP Jörgen Nilsson did a great post the other day over at https://4sysops.com/archives/monitoring-laps-with-configuration-manager/ where he showcased how one could monitor LAPS with the help of CI’s in ConfigMgr to make sure it’s installed and running properly. Continuing on the LAPS theme and ways ConfigMgr can help us improve security and maintain control I would like […]

Category: Compliance Baselines, Compliance Items, Configuration Manager, Powershell, Scripting, Security, System Center Configuration Manager  |  8 Comments

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

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