As I already mentioned using PowerShell with SCCM 2012 is still not optimal. Automating application creation and maintenance is still a lot of manual work. Today I want to show you an solution I created to add an Global condition to a deployment rule.
The advantage you can create is that an application installs only when the hardware is valid according to your policies. Until now there is no function you can call which create a global condition rule. Continue reading SCCM 2012 PowerShell: Create a Global Condition Rule
The following blog post is in draft version and will be updated when I have the time 🙂
Before TechDays 2013 The Hague started I visted the workshop from Marcus Murray and Hasain “The Wolf” Alshakarti. The goal of this workshop was to show the threats to your infrastructure and how you can defend it. He showed tools like CoreImpact Pro
Starting with the threats an attacker has several steps he does to succeed in his attack. Continue reading TechDays 2013 day 0: Defending your Microsoft Infrastructure from cyber threats
All my previous posts where about SCCM or PowerShell and where work related. This will be my first post about something I didn’t do for work. I currently own a Synology Diskstation 412+ as a NAS but it is much more. But lets start with the problem I recently encounterd.
Monday a new Beta version was release by Synology. This release 4.2 had some interesting new functions. Like two-for authentication, PXE-support and a DNS Server. The problem for me is that I can’t wait to install new software so I did installed it immediatly. What I didn’t know is that all application that depends on Python should be update before you update the diskstation, but I didn’t. Continue reading Synology DSM 4.2 Beta: Python error