How to use SCCM Cloud Management Gateway bulk registration token

Jonathan LefebvreSCCMLeave a Comment

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

How to use Desktop Analytics for Windows 10 Feature Update

Jonathan LefebvreIntune, SCCM1 Comment

Desktop Analytics is still a recent product and a small beast that require a bit of time and trial and error to get going. The goal of Desktop analytics is to give data to understand your environment prior to mass roll out a new Windows 10 Feature Update. Desktop Analytics isn’t a product to deploy a Windows 10 Feature Update. ConfigMgr remains the master of the actual deployment. In this blog post, we’ll detail real-world scenarios on how to use Desktop Analytics information to help during a Windows 10 Feature update deployment. Desktop Analytics Windows 10 Update Requirements See our … Read More

SCCM Powershell collection boundary groups

Jonathan LefebvrePowershell, SCCM1 Comment

With SCCM 2002 that was just released, a small but extremely useful feature is now available in console. It is now possible to view what boundary group a device is connected to! This offers a new opportunity with collections based on Boundary groups, which could mean physical sites or any other meaningful needs in your environment. I’ve created a PowerShell script that automatically creates collections based on all the available boundary groups. Requirements SCCM must be at least version 2002. See our Step-by-step guide upgrade guide here SCCM Powershell collection boundary groups The script can be downloaded on GitHub, since … Read More

How to detect Office bitness with MEMCM global condition

Jonathan LefebvreSCCM5 Comments

I recently came across an issue where a MEMCM) Global condition was detecting the Office bitness (architecture), but only to one specific version(example below). This lead to a requirement issue where the computer was running another version of Office that wasn’t covered by the global condition. With that said, we still needed a requirement only for the architecture of Office, while the version was not that important for now. I’ve uploaded a new script to Technet Gallery that returns the Office Bitness no matter what version is installed (from Office XP to the latest). In this post, I’ll describe how … Read More

How to upgrade SCCM SQL version

Jonathan LefebvreSCCM, SQL5 Comments

SQL Server is obviously a key component to take care of, for a healthy SCCM infrastructure. While SCCM supports a wide variety of SQL Server versions, keeping it up to date may be a good idea to avoid getting out of support. In this post, we will detail how to upgrade SCCM SQL 2014 to SQL 2017. SQL 2019 is available for a couple of weeks, but it’s still not listed as supported in the SCCM documentation. If you’re looking to install SQL 2017 from scratch, jump to our post on this topic. Upgrade SCCM SQL version Requirements Current SQL … Read More