• SCCMConfigMgr SUP Shows Duplicate Product Entries

    ConfigMgr SUP Shows Duplicate Entries

    While creating an ADR, the ConfigMgr SUP shows duplicate entries and this is bit confusing. The SUP duplicate entries are observed for Windows products such as Windows Server 2016, 2019 and even Windows 10 1903 and later. I noticed this issue while creating the Automatic Deployment Rule (ADR) in SCCM.…

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  • Group PolicyDisable Windows Hello

    Disable Windows Hello Using Group Policy

    In this post you will learn how to disable Windows hello using Group Policy (GPO). You can disable Windows 10 hello either using a group policy or through Registry. In Windows 10, Windows Hello for Business replaces passwords with strong two-factor authentication on PCs and mobile devices. Windows Hello as…

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  • SCCMEnable Content Validation in SCCM

    How to Enable Content Validation in SCCM | ConfigMgr

    If you are planning to enable content validation in SCCM, this post is for you. I will explain what content validation feature is and how to enable this feature in SCCM. Content Validation feature was first introduced in Configuration Manager 2012. This feature still exists on Configuration Manage current branch.…

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  • SCCMConfigMgr 2010 Hotfix KB4594177

    New ConfigMgr 2010 Hotfix KB4594177 – Fix Client Notifications Issue

    Today Microsoft released ConfigMgr 2010 Hotfix KB4594177 to address the client notifications issue. Client notifications are sent to all collection members when triggered on single computer in a device collection. This KB4594177 update does not require a computer restart but will initiate a site reset after installation. In addition, there…

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  • SCCMDeploy Visual Studio 2019 using SCCM

    Best Guide to Deploy Visual Studio 2019 using SCCM

    In this post I will cover the steps to deploy Visual Studio 2019 using SCCM. Using Configuration Manager, we will package Visual Studio 2019 and deploy it our endpoints. The Visual Studio 2019 is a creative launching pad that you can use to edit, debug, and build code, and then…

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  • SCCMDeploy Chrome Browser Using ConfigMgr

    Easy Guide to Deploy Chrome Browser Using ConfigMgr

    This chrome browser deployment guide covers the steps to deploy Chrome browser using ConfigMgr. We will package Google Chrome browser (enterprise) in SCCM and deploy it to our endpoints. Google provides the essential tools to deploy Chrome Browser for your enterprise. Google also provides instructions, recommendations, and critical considerations for…

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  • SCCMPrompt Computer name during OSD

    Easy Way to Prompt Computer name during OSD

    You can configure the client to prompt computer name during OSD without using any scripts. Let’s see how to achieve this using a task sequence. One of the most common requirements during the OS deployment process in SCCM is specifying the computer name. Nobody wants a random computer name assigned…

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  • SCCMBest SCCM 2010 New Features

    Top 8 New Features of SCCM 2010

    In this post we will take a look at top 8 new features of SCCM 2010. SCCM 2010 is now generally available. You can upgrade SCCM 1906 and above to Configuration Manager version 2010. Before you read further, ensure you are running SCCM 2010 on your production server. If you…

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  • SoftwareUninstall Program from Command Prompt in Windows 10

    Uninstall Program from Command Prompt in Windows 10

    In this post I will show you how to uninstall Program from command prompt in Windows 10. On your Windows 10 computer, if you aren’t using a program, you can uninstall it from command prompt. This should free up some disk space on your computer. Now the easiest way to…

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  • Windows 10How to Find Who Uninstalled Application from Server

    Quickly Find Who Uninstalled Application from Server

    In this post I will show you how to find who uninstalled application from Windows Server. This should help you track the user who uninstalled the software. Your Windows Server running in production is critical and also the applications installed on it could be important. As an admin you don’t…

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