Memory leak – when the Available MegaBytes (memory\% available Mbytes) for the system has exceeded the threshold, system performance may be significantly diminish, this results in low OS and applications performance. End users will usually complain about slow computer performance and you probably get a help-desk call like: ‘My computer is running slow’, or server is running slow.
Memory leaks can be caused by:
- Too many applications running simultaneously on the computer.
- An application may be leaking memory over time.
To view the history for the memory\% available Mbytes, start memory available Mbytes in performance monitor or event task manager\performance.
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I think I that a suitable name for this post might be ‘The case of the missing desktop shortcuts’. I spent nearly an hour or more resolving the so it will be the right thing to share it with you.
In Windows 7, Users can’t view objects and icons published on “C:\Users\Public\Desktop” .
Users cannot read data from “C:\Users\Public\Desktop”.
You suspect that a GPO – Group policy object, prohibit users from viewing icons on “C:\Users\Public\Desktop” folder.
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Windows update is one of the more important features of SCCM. Keeping all servers and workstations in your environment up to date is most important.
I met the following error while SCCM 2012 was trying to update one of my servers.
You try to push Windows security updates to a remote machine, but Windows update fails.
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You need to create multiple SCCM 2012 Distribution points fast and accurate!
Maybe you decided on upgrading your environment to SCCM 2012 or your company purchased another organisation. In any case,
The reasonable way will be to use a script, and not use the GUI to do the task over and over.
The preferred scripting environment is Powershell, since it already has many Configuration Manager commandlets that can be helpful.
You do have to work with at least SCCM 2012 sp1 version for the following script to work.
The below Powershell script will read the names of the Distribution points servers from a file. See example for the file Here
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In this post I am writing about a minor problem that occurs while installing a SCCM 2012 client, and how to solve it.
You install a SCCM client on a machine.
After the installation finishes, you notice that not all logs are populated in the clients’ machine C:\windows\CCM\Logs directory.
If you check ClientIDManagerStartup.log file, you notice the following error message:
RegTask: Failed to get certificate. Error: 0x80004005