Posts Tagged ‘System Center Configuration Manager 2012’

SCCM 2012 R2 Multiple Deployment Types BUG

Being able to create multiple application deployment types with Configuration Manager is a great feature. This gives you the ability to have one application  built to suite many deployment needs, such as MSI, Script, AppV, Citrix or multiple languages. While this is a great feature there is one issue with the new release of Configuration […]

System Center Configuration Manager 2012 Webinar Replay

On Wednesday, we hosted a webinar on what’s new in System Center Configuration Manager 2012, from 2007 up to and through the new R2 release. During the webinar, Bryon Burkhardt, a lead Microsoft infrastructure consultant here at Perficient, covered an impressive amount of content during the one hour call. Bryon shared how System Center 2012 R2 Configuration […]

Webinar: What’s New in System Center Configuration Manager 2012

              On Monday, Microsoft announced a fall wave of new enterprise products and services that will accelerate cloud benefits for customers. These new solutions, including Windows Server, System Center, Visual Studio, Windows Azure, Windows Intune, SQL Server, and Dynamics CRM, complement Office 365 and other services, and deliver on […]

Microsoft Windows Intune Wave E

Microsoft came out with Windows  Intune Wave D not to long ago, and now are alreay touting a new version, I am assuming it will be E or Version 5. From what I have been seeing, this iteration is part of a larger set of product updates that are coming through the end of the year. System Center R2, […]

SCCM 2012 Hierarchy Demystified

With the introduction to System Center Configuration Manager 2012 Microsoft introduced changes in the Hierarchy from 2007. It can be a very tedious task to dig through all the TechNet articles to try and figure out how you should architect your SCCM 2012 deployment. A lot of the information out there leads you right back […]