How to Monitor SCCM Scripts from console and reports

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Since SCCM 1706, you can run and deploy Powershell scripts from the SCCM console basically in real-time. From the SCCM console, you can: edit your¬†scripts, import existing scripts, approved or deny scripts, run scripts on specific collections and examine scripts results. This can be useful to run a script quickly without the burden of creating a package or an application. Unlike standard deployments, when you deploy scripts, they are run almost immediately using Client Operations. Before SCCM 2006, the SCCM Script needs to be enabled in the optional features. If you are running a later version, it’s enabled by default. … Read More

Intune Error 0x801c003: This user is not authorized to enroll

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This blog post will focus on enrollment errors, specifically the Intune error 0x801c003 This user is not authorized to enroll appearing when you try to enroll a Windows device. Before you can manage devices in Intune, you have to enroll them in Intune. You can use Intune to manage both personally owned and corporate-owned devices. You can manually enroll a single device, or automatically enroll multiple devices.¬†If you’re using SCCM to manage domain-joined Corporate devices, you can use SCCM to enroll the devices in Intune as Corporate devices. You can then define workloads in SCCM to identify when Configuration Manager … Read More

Free Readiness MEMCM / SCCM Windows 11 Report

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Windows 11 has been officially announced on June 24th, 2021 and the first ISO was released last week. Windows 11 is coming and as an SCCM administrator, you must get ready to deploy this new OS. We released a complete post on everything you need to know about this major OS release. This blog post will focus on Windows 11 readiness. How can you ensure that your device will be ready to install Windows 11? The best solution as of today is to build an SCCM Windows 11 report to list which device is ready and which needs attention. Windows … Read More

Enable SCCM Implicit Uninstall of Required Applications

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Beginning with SCCM 2107, you can enable a new option in your application deployments to remove the application as soon as the device is removed from a collection. This new option can be set at the deployment level of any device required deployment. The new option is named SCCM Implicit uninstall. This blog post will list the requirements and will describe how to enable the Implicit uninstall feature. We’ve seen tons of organizations use 2 differents collections to install and uninstall applications. Some companies have hundreds of applications resulting in twice as many collections. As you may know, collections are … Read More

SCCM Collections Management Tips, Scripts and Tools

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Creating and managing collections in SCCM is a basic and daily task. Over the years, we’ve seen too much infrastructure with a lack of collection maintenance. It can become a burden when you have hundred or thousand of them and never cleaned them up. In this blog post, we’ll give you SCCM Collections Management Tips along with useful scripts and tools to help you become a collection master. You may wonder why you should care about this? Collections in Configuration Manager is a resources-intensive task, some best practices need to be followed. The SCCM product group has understand that and released many improvements … Read More

Step-by-Step SCCM 2107 Upgrade Guide

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Microsoft has released a second SCCM version for 2021. SCCM 2107 has been released on August 2nd, 2021. Don’t forget SCCM has had a new branding since 1910 – now called Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager (MEMCM). This post is a complete step-by-step SCCM 2107 upgrade guide, meaning that if you want to upgrade your existing SCCM/MEMCM installation to the latest SCCM/MEMCM updates, this post is for you. If you’re looking for a comprehensive SCCM installation guide to build a new server, refer to our blog series which covers it all. You won’t be able to install SCCM 2107 if you are … Read More

MEMCM/SCCM and Windows 11: Everything you need to know

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Windows 11 has been officially announced on June 24th, 2021. Microsoft called Windows 10 ‘the last version of Windows’ for a long time but that time is over. As an SCCM/MEMCM Administrator, you must stay current and ahead of the news to ensure that devices in your organization support Windows 11 when it will be released. This post will gather all the information that you need to know to support Windows 11 with SCCM. The information is really recent so we’ll update this post as new information comes out. Windows 11 Definition Microsoft defines its new Windows 11 OS as … Read More

How to Query the SQL SCCM Database

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In this blog post, we will show you a beginner’s guide on how to Query the SQL SCCM Database. The goal is not to make you an SQL DBA or expert. This is a guide to help you start to find the information you need in the SCCM Database. As you may know, all the information gathered by the SCCM agent is sent to an SQL Database. If you need to find a piece of specific information, you need to know in which SQL view to look for and most importantly the SQL language syntax. After reading this post, you’ll … Read More

How to use SCCM Cloud Management Gateway bulk registration token

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One of the less-known benefits of the SCCM Cloud Management Gateway is the ability to install the Configuration Manager client to devices that are not connected locally and manage those devices without ever being on the internal network. For example DMZ servers. To do so, the client must be installed by a command line with an SCCM CMG Bulk Registration Token. In this post, we will show how to use the Bulk Registration Token to enroll DMZ servers to the Cloud Management Gateway. Requirements Configuration Manager version 2002 or higher Supported OS for Config Manager Cloud Management Gateway configured See … Read More

Create SCCM Windows 10 Collections for Feature Updates deployments

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One of the most common tasks in every Windows 10 Feature Update project is to create SCCM Windows 10 Collections in order to easily target your deployments. The goal is to target only a specific Windows version. For example let’s say that you have devices running Windows 10 1709, 1803 and 21H1, you may want to update only devices that are no longer supported which are 1709 and 1803 and leave your 21H1 alone. There are various ways to create your SCCM Windows 10 collections and this post will show you all the different methods. If you’re looking to create … Read More