Once you are done with installation/configuration of the sites/Distribution Point,you start distributing the content to it.sometimes you may have to check if the site which you configured has all the content that serve for clients to receive packages. For this,you can compare the newly configured server with already existing server  which has all the content…

Ok. You are done with the installation and all the required Configurations on Primary/Secondary site,next action would be package replication which you can do either by copying all the required PCK files from available DP to new server ,Preload the packages(Note : Preload works only for standard Software Packages) and add the preload packages to…

Full Details : http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/configmgrreporting/thread/83aaf1dc-eaa9-4612-8ee2-a80020d79d0b select sys.Name0,OS.Caption0 from v_R_system sys inner join v_GS_OPERATING_SYSTEM OS ON os.resourceID=sys.resourceID where sys.ResourceId not in (select ResourceId from   v_RA_System_SystemGroupName where System_Group_Name0 = 'TIGA\W2K3SecurityBaseline' or System_Group_Name0 = 'TIGA\W2K8SecurityBaseline') and OS.Caption0 like '%Server%'

Here is simple script that helps to move the required files to different Drive. I use this script frequently to move the PCK files(only the required PCK files from a near site) from one to other folder after building my site sever before I run my Preload Tool for all the packages at one go.…

Recently Microsoft released questionaries' on support about Windows 8 ,windows server 2012 for Configuration Manager 2012 and Forefront Endpoint Protection. This blog post addresses the Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 support questions you’ve been asking about for Configuration Manager and Endpoint Protection. Question: Which versions of Configuration Manager will support Windows 8 and Windows…

Here is nice report to identify computers which are with more than one partition installed on to them excludes external drives. select CS.Name0 as [Computer name],        MAX(OU.System_OU_Name0)as [OU],        CS.UserName0 as [Last loggedon User],        FCM.Sitecode ,        OS.Caption0 AS [OS],        OS.InstallDate0 [OS Installed Date],        WS.LastHWScan [Recent Reported to sccm]      from …