Monthly Archives: February 2016

Use PowerShell to Install Server 2012 roles and features for CM

Using PowerShell to install the Server 2012 roles and features for Configuration Manager is really super easy. Discovered an issue installing several features as the script needed access to the server 2012 source. Open PowerShell as an administrator, modify the … Continue reading

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Proper TempDB creation for Configuration Manager

As a consultant, one of the major issues I see with SQL Server configuration for Configuration Manager is allowing default settings for TempDB. The default TempDB size for all versions of SQL Server (prior to SQL 2016 – more on … Continue reading

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Intune – Mobile Application Management policy

What are Mobile Application Management policies? According to Microsoft: Mobile application management policies in Microsoft Intune let you modify the functionality of apps that you deploy to help bring them into line with your company compliance and security policies. For … Continue reading

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