The following link states it's possible to deploy app on Mac OS devices enrolled and managed with Microsoft Intune : https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt627955.aspx
Right now it's not possible. You should remove the reference from the page.1 vote
Hi Jean-Sébastien – thanks for calling this out. This topic will be updated and republished to reflect the correct information.
The documentation about the CCMLOGLEVEL parameter seems to be incorrect. Where is value 3 documented?
In the SDK there is only the following:
0 Verbose logging
1 Normal logging
2 No logging1 vote
Both SCCM v1610 and the new v1611 include a domain functional level check that is referring to a minimum level of Windows Server 2003. Is this a change to the prereqs, an error in the documentation which states 2008 as the minimum level, or just an error in the new versions? This is quite a hot topic as the DFL has prevented many customers from moving to SCCM CB.1 vote
I am reading the Technet article about conditional access in Configuration manager and the prerequistes for the on-premp exchange.
It states the following. “Make sure that you are using the latest version of the on-premises Exchange connector.”
My question is – how do I assure I am using the latest version of the connector, when it’s a build in feature of Configuration Manager?1 vote
Although not in the article you linked to, we do provide the information you’re looking for here: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt628518.aspx.
Let us know if you have any other questions. We appreciate your feedback – please keep it coming!
Is everything ok with JC Hornbeck? There hasn't been a blog posting in over a month at "Server & Tools Blogs > Server & Management Blogs > System Center: Configuration Manager"
Those were incredibly useful and I checked them daily.1 vote
JC’s role has changed and the blog is no longer being updated.
Add Windows Storage Server 2016 as a supported configuration for SCCM CB client.
This edition is not currently supported and documented on
Supported operating systems for clients and devices for System Center Configuration Manager
With CM Current Branch implementations, customers will have more questions than ever about whether their clients are being upgraded to the proper version. There are ways to get at this data in the CM console, but sometimes there are gaps (hotfixes come to mind) and it would be great to have an authoritative resource to point customers to. This site (https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/configmgrdogs/2014/02/07/configmgr-2012-version-numbers/) is great but it seems to be maintained by a field engineer. I think it would be more practical to make this data available on Technet or docs.microsoft.com. Also if it could have site version, build, and client version (with/without hotfixes) it would be a big help.
With CM Current Branch implementations, customers will have more questions than ever about whether their clients are being upgraded to the proper version. There are ways to get at this data in the CM console, but sometimes there are gaps (hotfixes come to mind) and it would be great to have an authoritative resource to point customers to. This site (https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/configmgrdogs/2014/02/07/configmgr-2012-version-numbers/) is great but it seems to be maintained by a field engineer. I think it would be more practical to make this data available on Technet or docs.microsoft.com. Also if it could have site version, build, and…1 votecompleted · AdminAaron Czechowski [ConfigMgr Product Team] (Content Developer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
Marking this complete as we have this article: https://docs.microsoft.com/sccm/core/servers/manage/updates. As Chad noted, the community can contribute to this article to suggest changes. For more information on how to contribute, see https://docs.microsoft.com/contribute. If you’d like to see a whole new reference article, please file a GitHub Issue: https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/sccmdocs/issues.
I need some information how we can use ESAE and SCCM Current Branch. I was not able to find any doc in the internet.
Is there anyone who worked earlier with a customer who implemented ESAE and they had also SCCM in their environment?
I need some knowledge share or a documentation.
How is SCCM affected?
Where I need changes in SCCM? And so on…
I am very thankful for every info I can get.
List of discrepancies treating CM "Configuration Manager" different from DPM, SCOM, SCORCH, SCSM:
- The SC Roadmap makes no mention of CM. http://download.microsoft.com/download/5/9/6/59602436-C9C5-48A1-B305-827654B9077B/SystemCenterRoadmapENUS.pdf
- All the SC components except for CM appear to be on the same SAC (Semi-Annual Channel) software release train schedule with two releases (1801 and 1807) to date. https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/windowsserver/2018/07/24/system-center-1807-available-now/
- The Microsoft Docs URL for CM does not include "system-center", whereas the other SC offerings do. e.g. https://docs.microsoft.com/system-center/scom/ vs https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm1 votecompleted · AdminAaron Czechowski [ConfigMgr Product Team] (Content Developer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
I’ve been waiting a while to post this status…. Configuration Manager is now part of Microsoft Endpoint Manager along with Intune. For more information, see https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/blog/2019/11/04/use-the-power-of-cloud-intelligence-to-simplify-and-accelerate-it-and-the-move-to-a-modern-workplace/
Microsoft Endpoint Manager features and experiences will appear in the product over the coming months.
Please provide a current branch SDK, as well as cmdlet reference documentation1 votecompleted · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
Cmdlet documentation has just been updated for 1702 at: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/sccm/configurationmanager/
SDK documentation was updated a few months ago at: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/develop/core/misc/system-center-configuration-manager-sdk
In addition, we just published full documentation on the client messaging SDK here: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt744369.aspx
If there’s any aspects of the SDK or cmdlets that aren’t covered by the above, please do file specific feedback items for what you would like to see.
Please provide instructions on how to set up IP helpers on a router and also provide blockers that may keep IP helper from working. Provide the set up for Legacy and UEFI.1 vote
The information we have on this topic is sparse. Does the following article help?
Premier used to be a central site where one could look up issues and find related hotfixes for SCCM and other Microsoft technologies. Premier has dropped hotfix support. How does one zero in on SCCM-related hotfixes? It doesn't appear that Cloud servicing would have them all. One can't just "Bing" these things as the results are unstructured and IMHO worthless.
Not sure if ConfigMgr docteam can correct this, but Windows 10 documentation tells that:
- ConfigMgr 2012 R2 is the tool to manage Windows 10 devices --> should be ConfigMgr 1511+
- Point to Technical Preview documentation --> should point to ConfigMgr 1511+ docs0 votes
The topic has been updated. Thanks for your feedback – keep it coming!
For getting the System Console Usage, Top Console User, and UDA stuff to work, you need to enable some security event log audits.
This page says you need only 1 Audit setting:
These pages say you need both of the Audit settings:0 votes
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