In this post I would like to go through the prerequisites and actions you need to do before you go on and install SCCM 2012 SP1.
If you want, you can jump to the installation procedure of SCCM 2012 SP1, on my earlier post: How to Install SCCM 2012 sp1.
The following are needed before starting the SCCM 2012 installation:
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In this post I will go through the process of installing a SCCM 2012 sp1 server.
If you haven’t done so yet, please read my post about SCCM 2012 SP1 Installation Preparation.
This installation is good for lab or production environment.
We all know the power of Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager. Microsoft invested many efforts in this new edition of SCCM.
Forget about the old mmc 3 snap-in and get ready for a new experience and features.
In this tutorial I assume you already prepared the prerequisites for the installation.
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Today I needed to set a SPN for a IIS application. I discovered that I lost the password of the user account which I need to configure on the application pool.
Luckily, there is a way to retrieve/decrypt the password if it is configured on an existing Application Pool.
This is done by using a Microsoft tool on the IIS server – adsutil.vbs.
Here are 5 simple steps to do this:
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CLSID stands for Windows Class Identifiers, which are long number that represents a unique id for an application component.
CLSIDs can be used to target application component without knowing their name.
If we want to create a shortcut to a location in a computer without stating its name, we can use CLSIDs.
Lets say that you want to set the windows explorer start-up folder in windows 7 to open up My Computer.
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The “Silent Ping” Command is a sort of improvement for the well known ping command.
So, why do we need it?
When you reboot a serve or PC remotely, you can never be sure when it was booted again or when it is online again,
Most people use the ping command with the -t parameter to check if a server is online again.
But what if you could know exactly when a server is up again or even simply monitor a server when it goes offline over the night,
Or if a communication error occurs that cause some kind of service outage.
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Recently I was puzzled by a tedious task. I needed to create 300+ site boundaries in SCCM 2007.
Obviously this task should be automated by some kind of a tool. but Microsoft doesn’t give such a tool.
So I searched the internet and found a nice script at this iste.
the script did not work at first so I modified it for my own needs to produce the needed result.
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Did you Ever want to simply copy some files to your entire forest, domain or just a group of computers?
The easiest way, that is if your computers are in domain environment, is to use GPO – group policy object that runs a startup script.
There are lots of ways to make mistakes on this topic. So stay alert.
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