Hello all. You probably already know that with the release of PowerShell 2.0, Microsoft introduced a number of cmdlets that allowed you to start and manage Bits transfer jobs. Having this functionality can be very advantageous to an admin especially when needing to perform large scale transfer jobs. The Bits capability to continue transfer jobs even […]
One of the strongest tools an SCCM engineer can have to strengthen their system management experience is good organization practice. I refer to organization as a tool because it not only makes your life easier when evaluating the various deployments and collections that manage them, in some cases, it can make setting them up a […]
This is certainly not a normal topic I intend to post about regularly. But the other day I decided after owning my keyboard for 4 years (I think?) I should probably issue this guy a thorough cleaning. This is something I had never done with this keyboard so it was long overdue. […]
Using the Get-ItemProperty cmdlet, we can quickly check the currently installed version and CU level of SCCM 2012 by querying the Setup registry key. Execute the following command in a PowerShell window on any site server in the environment to see the version and CU level for that site server. Get-ItemProperty HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\SMS\Setup As you […]
This marks the first of hopefully many posts to follow. Here’s to hoping I can help a few fellow IT professionals with the knowledge I share on this blog!