A bit of an Israeli pride.. Core Configurator 2.0 is now available to download from: http://coreconfig.codeplex.com/ If you are unfamiliar with this tool ? it is a graphical tool that allows you to configure a whole bunch of system settings on a Windows Server Core installation: Core Configuration tasks include: Product Licensing Networking Features DCPromo
If you had to maintain a SCCM server in an offline environment you know it’s not a simple task. One of the steps you have to carry out is to download all the updates from the Internet or to copy them from another WSUS/SCCM SUP server that is connected to Internet and had already downloaded
If you?re using Microsoft Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), there may come a day when you need to move the updates to another drive. Once WSUS has been installed, the WSUS Administration tool doesn?t let you do this, but you can do it using a command line tool called wsusutil found in C:\Program Files\Update Services\Tools.
SCCM uses a lot of log files, it could be quite confusing finding what you need. I gathered a list of all the log files and a description of their content to make life easy. The client logs are located in the %WINDIR%\System32\CCM\Logs folder or %WINDIR%\SysWOW64\CCM\Logs (for x64 OS).The SCCM server log files are located
Installing ConfigManager 2007 onto a Windows Server 2008 based server can be a challenge. Having recently been through the process for my own lab environment I thought I?d share the process in the hope that it will save you some time when you need to create this configuration. Before you begin you will need to
The Offline Virtual Machine Servicing Tool manages the workflow of updating large numbers of offline virtual machines according to their individual needs. The tool works with Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2007 (VMM) and with software update management systems (at present, either Windows Server Update Services 3.0 (WSUS) or System Center Configuration Manager 2007).