All posts tagged Beta2

Configuration Manager 2012 comes with an Exchange 2010 connector which allows you to manage your mobile devices that are synchronizing with Exchange 2010. The Exchange 2010 connector allows you to manage the Exchange 2010 mobile device policies from Configuration Manager 2012. Let’s see how this connector looks like!

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Like mentioned in an earlier blog the Application Model in Configuration Manager 2012 is changed drastically for the best. :) A new feature in Configuration Manager 2012 is that changes to an application will be stored into the Configuration Manager 2012 database as a revision. When you make a change to an application that is not good you are able to revert to an earlier revision. When playing around with Configuration Manager 2012 I wanted to delete my first application ;)

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This week I was triggered by a question on the support forum of the Configuration Manager 2012 CEP about a nice new feature in Configuration Manager 2012. With Configuration Manager 2012 you are able to service your OS Images by integrating the latest Software Updates from the Configuration Manager Console. Let’s see how this works.

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 Today another Configuration Manager 2012 Community Evaluation Program session was held, this time the subject was Settings Management. Program Manager Roger Kimble presented the latest information about Settings Management. Nice and I think one of the key features of Configuration Manager 2012.

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One of the major investments in Configuration Manager 2012 is the ability to monitor lots of processes in Configuration Manager 2012. In this blog, part four in the series of the features in Configuration Manager 2012, I would like to point out where the monitoring feature is available in the Configuration Manager Console. Of course you still can use System Center Operations Manager to monitor your Configuration Manager 2012 hierarchy.

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Today it was again time for the biweekly Community Evaluation Session again, this time the subject was Software Update Management in Configuration Manager 2012. Since the session was already held in January this year, most of the session of today covered foremost the changes since the last time the session was held. During the beginning of the session I noticed that the GUI was a little bit changed.

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In the series about the features of Configuration Manager 2012, earlier blogs mentioned, the new console, client settings, the application model and software center. Let’s talk today about another real nice and new feature within Configuration Manager 2012, Role Based Administration.

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 Since I am not a software developer most of the information shared during the SDK Community Evaluation Program of Configuration Manager 2012 session was a bit to technical for me. But nevertheless an interesting session, and maybe sometime in the future I will try the SDK  to test some PowerShell integration :) Let’s see what the SDK will bring the future Configuration Manager 2012 software developers!

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In my past blogs I wrote about some nice new features of Configuration Manager 2012, in this series of blogs I would like to give you an overview of all the features of Configuration Manager 2012. For people that used versions of SMS or Configuration Manager in the past will probably read some things that they already know, but you’ll never know if you read something new ;) Today we look at the new Configuration Manager 2012 Console and Client Settings. No worries, I will also keep on blogging about technical Configuration Manager 2012 subjects.  Read more