System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch

Intune – You can now have the status for software update for co-managed devices

If you use SCCM and Intune, you probably are in co-managed state for your devices – also called tenant attached devices. In this configuration, you are also probably aware that you can get details from the SCCM client of the device (see https://t.co/mp0I0MntlM). Well, a new capability has been added for these details: Software updates …

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SCCM – You can now retire application with dependency

If you have been working with SCCM (System Center Configuration Manager, aka Endpoint Configuration Manager) you may already know that you were not able to retire an application if it had dependency. Well, good news, with SCCM Current Branch version 2203 now you can retire an application even if it has dependency. When you will …

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SCCM – Unable to delete Azure AD applications configured in SCCM

As you know, System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch (SCCM also known now as Endpoint Configuration Manager Current Branch) you can attach (tenant/cloud attach) your SCCM environment to Azure AD/Intune for implementing co-management and/or cloud services such as Desktop Analytics. Well since  this feature has been introduce quite some time ago, the Azure Services you …

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SCCM – The new version – 2111 – of SCCM helps you to prepare to upgrade to Windows 11

With the release of the new version of SCCM (2111), you can now use an updated task sequence to validate the requirements for Windows 11 (TPM 2.0) as well as a new servicing dashboard which includes Windows 11 devices. The updated task sequence now has the option to check for the TPM 2.0 chipset which …

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SCCM – You can now ensure applications are uninstalled when users fall out of scope of deployment

As you may already know, the previous version of SCCM (2107) introduced the ability to automatically uninstall application when a device fall out of the scope of deployment. Well, with the release of the new version (2111), you can now also do the same for users

SCCM – The new SCCM Current Branch version 2111 is available

If you use SCCM (also known as Endpoint Configuration Manager), the new version 2111 is now available. As always the deployment will be made gradually but if you want to already install it right away you can use the usual PowerShell script available here https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2099733 As part of this new release, please keep in mind …

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SCCM – You can now convert your CGM to a scale set

As you know, Cloud Management Gateway (CMG) has been  feature available in SCCM for quite some time, allowing devices to connect back to SCCM while remotely connected (this was known in past version of SCCM as Internet Mode). As you also know, you can deploy CMG using 2 different mode: ‘classic’ cloud service and (more …

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SCCM – You can now automatically uninstall application when the device is no longer part of the collection

With the release of the 2107 version of SCCM, you can now automatically uninstall application when the device is no longer part of the collection the application has been deployed to. To be able to enable the ‘Uninstall application if the targeted object is no fails out of collection”, you need to deploy the application …

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SCCM – A new version (2107) of SCCM Current Branch has been released and this is what you need to know

If you are using System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch (aka SCCM, aka Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) a new version – 2107 – has just been released and there few things you need to know. In case you did not follow the previous releases, support for the “Application Catalog Website Point” and “Application Catalog Web …

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Intune – You can now offboard your hierarchy

As you know, System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch (SCCM CB) – aka Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager – can be integrated with Intune (aka Microsoft Endpoint Manager) to provide hybrid device management capabilities, also called co-management. This integration is called tenant attach onboarding. Well, while this hybrid device management provides lot of value for SCCM …

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