In an earlier blog about the Remote Control CEP session I explained the rebuild and secure remote control feature in Configuration Manager 2012. Today I want to look at the Client Settings that are related to Remote Control.
The last 1,5 years the Configuration Manager 2012 Community Evaluation Program guided numerous of people with the evaluation of the early beta and release candidate versions of Configuration Manager 2012. Yesterday the CEP for Configuration Manager 2012 stopped after almost 2 years. A little personal recap.
This week the release candidate 2 version of the Configuration Manager Physical to Virtual (P2V) Migration Toolkit was released. The Configuration Manager P2V Migration Toolkit enables you to migrate your branch office site servers side by side without investing in new hardware.
Read more about the P2V Migration Toolkit in my earlier blogs:
You are able to download the Configuration Manager P2V Migration Toolkit RC2 here (x64) and here (x86) if you are a member of the public beta program or the Configuration Manager 2012 CEP.
A new feature in Configuration Manager 2012 is the ability to simulate a deployment of an application to a user or device. This feature helps you to test the deployment of an application without actually installing or uninstalling the application. Read more
It looks like that the Community Evaluation Program for Configuration Manager 2012 comes to an end after running since October the 6th of 2010. In the past 1,5 years, members of the Configuration Manager 2012 Product team presented almost 30 sessions about the early versions of Configuration Manager 2012, the P2V migration toolkit and the Package Conversion Toolkit.
The first Community Evaluation Program session of 2012 is scheduled for the 18th of January (9:00 AM Pacific). This session will be about the deployment of Configuration Manager 2012 by Microsoft IT, the largest deployment of System Center 2012 Configuration Manager until now.
In my last blog I configured the Exchange Server Connector in Configuration Manager 2012 RC1 to connect to an Hosted Exchange 2010 environment in Office 365. Today I want to show some interaction of Configuration Manager 2012 with Office 365 Exchange Online.
In an earlier blog I configured the Exchange Server Connector in Configuration Manager 2012 Beta2 to use it with on premise environment of Exchange 2010. Today let’s have a look at if the Exchange Server Connector in Configuration Manager 2012 RC1 also can handle Exchange 2010 in Office 365. Since I don’t have an enterprise Office 365 environment I used a free 30 day evaluation version.
First of all, I would like to wish everybody a healthy and successful 2012! It’s is going to be a superb year for every System Center adapt with the release of the System Center 2012 suite Looking forward to it!
Some people say, never look back, but last year was a superb year for me, it was the year of;
As mentioned earlier, it was a superb “System Center” year for me, hope to see you again in 2012 on systemcenterblog.nl ! Thanks for reading the blogs and giving feedback!
2012 is going to be exceptional!
In Configuration Manager 2012 the discovery of users, groups and devices has been improved since Configuration Manager 2007. In this blog I would like to point out the available options that come with Configuration Manager 2012.