System Center Configuration Manager

SCCM – The latest version – 2309 – of SCCM is available

The latest version of System Center Configuration Manager is now available. This upgrade will be made available through the in-console update over the next few weeks, but as always if you want to force the detection you can use the usual script available here https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2099733. Few notes before you start deploying this release: It will […]

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SCCM – The new 2303 version of System Center Configuration Manager is available

A new version of System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) is now available; as always it is first available for the early ring and then will be available over time to other. To get the early ring, you can use the usual script available here https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2099733. As part the main updates, support for SQL Server 2022

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Intune – Get recommendations for your Configuration Manager

As you know you can implement an “hybrid configuration” between SCCM and Intune. Well, you can now enjoy recommendations and insights for your Configuration Manager to improve site health and enrich device management experience. These are tailored to your configuration. To enjoy this new capability, connect to your Intune portal (https://endpoint.microsoft.com/) and access the Tenant

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Intune – You can now display applications from SCCM

If you use SCCM in hybrid mode with Intune (aka cloud attach), your client devices may be in co-management state. Co-management allows you to define who (SCCM or Intune) is responsible for specific workloads (applications, windows update…). If you are either piloting or already have switched the client apps (aka software management) workload to Intune,

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SCCM – The new 2211 version of SCCM is now available and has a new prerequisite

The new release of System Center Configuration Manager 2211 is now available. It will be made available through the in-console update gradually. As always, you can force the detection by using the early update script available here https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2099733 As part of this release a new prerequisite check has been introduced: Network Access Account (NAA) account

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SCCM – The new System Center Configuration Manager – 2207 – is now available

The new version – 2207 – of System Center Configuration Manager (aka SSCM, aka Endpoint Configuration Manager) is now available. As always, this is an in-console update. This becoming available slowly but if you want to get it now you can always use the script available here https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2099733 No new features or capabilities, instead improvement

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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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Intune – You can now re-enable co-management capabilities after Autopilot

By know you may be aware of the Autopilot capability with Intune/Endpoint Configuration Manager and Windows 10/11 devices to quickly onboard new devices (or refreshed ones). Well, while this works quite well, there was a gap for customers still using SCCM and having their devices in co-management mode. After an Autopilot was triggered (either when

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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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