In Configuration Manager 2012 you are able to monitor your sites and sites server systems via the Geographical view in the Configuration Manager Administration Console. If you have an enterprise environment with locations all over the world or throughout your country, this feature can be very nice to have an overview of your Configuration Manager […]READ MORE
Enabling Geographical view in Configuration Manager 2012
Today an interesting Community Evaluation Program session held by Chris Adams, Group Program Manager of the Configuration Manager 2012 team, about the package Conversion and Physical to Virtual Migration Toolkit for Configuration Manager 2012. First news was the fact that “CM CEP leader” Jeff Wettlaufer is leaving Microsoft to join RES Software. Good luck Jeff, […]READ MORE
Software Update Point placement in Configuration Manager 2012
Last couple of days I was building my lab environment for the writing of Mastering Configuration Manager 2012. The lab environment consist of one Central Administration Site, a Primary Site in a new Configuration Manager 2012 infrastructure and a Primary Site and Secondary Site in a Configuration Manager 2007 infrastructure. This way the migration feature can […]READ MORE
Did you ever lost control of your Configuration Manager 2007 environment after you changed the Configuration Manager server from domains. I did, in my test lab. Silly me 😉 I changed the server from domains, corrected the SQL permissions on the Configuration Manager database but the Site Management in the Configuration Manager Console was empty and stayed […]READ MORE
CEP Configuration Manager Software Distribution part 2 summary
Today another rerun of the CEP Application Management part 2 session was held again. Bryan Keller and Craig Morris both sr. Program Manager of Microsoft went deeper into the Application Management in Configuration Manager 2012. In this blog I will highlight the most important parts of the session. You still can join the program by […]READ MORE
MDT support for Configuration Manager 2012 is there!
Finally the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012 beta1 supporting Configuration Manager 2012 is there! Something I have been waiting serveral months for. 😉 The free Microsoft Deployment Toolkit brings more deployment intelligence to System Center Configuration Manager 2012 to fully support Zero Touch OS Deployment, but of course it can also be used stand alone for […]READ MORE
In SMS 2003 and Configuration Manager 2007, Microsoft supported some kind of support for high availability. You were able to install for instance a Management Point multiple times in a Primary Site but you were needed to configure Network Load Balancing to make the Management Point high available. Will this changed in Configuration Manager 2012?READ MORE
Today another Community Evaluation Program started, this time for System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012. During this session the CEP was explaned bt Kenon Owens, the Technical Product Manager of System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 beta. The next following months I will try to follow this CEP also and report the information back to […]READ MORE
Looked half a year ago in iTunes for Technet content but everything I found was really outdated. Today I came across the System Center Podcast in iTunes. As the description says, this podcast is designed to provide relevant information about the System Center Suite. The podcast aims to assist organisations with maximizing their System Center […]READ MORE
CEP Configuration Manager 2012 Hierarchy Technical Overview summary
Today another Live Meeting session of the Configuration Manager 2012 Community Evaluation Program was held. The subject this time: Hierarchy Technical Overview. With Configuration Manager 2012 lots of nice things in the Configuration Manager Hierarchy are changing. Let’s see which nice things will change 🙂 Today D.C. Tardy, Senior Program Manager of the Configuration Manager […]READ MORE
Had some trouble with the “Include Inheritable Permissions From This Object’s Parent” checkbox becomes unchecked every hour(?). This is normally done when a user is member of the Domain Admins, Enterprise Admins or the Administrators Active Directory groups. Normally removing the membership of the administrator groups will work, but if the user is not member of […]READ MORE
About Peter Daalmans
Also one of the founders and leads of the Windows Management User Group Netherlands.
Peter tries to speak every year on several events like TechDays Netherlands, ExpertsLive, IT/Dev Connections, BriForum, Midwest Management Summit, TechEd Australia, TechEd New Zealand and in 2017 Peter had the honor to speak at Microsoft Ignite. See more here.
Author of four books about Configurtion Manager and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility +Security