Year 2012

FREE: ABC Deploy – Software deployment and Windows client maintenance

ABC Deploy is a free software deployment and Windows client maintenance tool. It can distribute all types of management tasks to computers as well as to end users.

ABC-Deploy is now at version 6.2

By Guest Author - Fri, December 21, 2012 - 1 comments

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SCCM 2012 security changes – Part 2: RBAC

In Part 1 of this article, I discussed the status quo of access control and security within Configuration Manager up to version 2007. I included a brief example of the limitations that security model imposed on SCCM admins. I also promised to follow that up with an exploration of what SCCM 2012 security brings to the table to address those limitations.

David Stein By David Stein - Thu, December 20, 2012 - 0 comments google+ icon

David is an author and consultant, working for Endurance IT Services in Virginia Beach, Virginia, specializing in Microsoft enterprise systems and Business Process Automation.

SCCM 2012 security changes – Part 1: SCCM 2007 status quo

In this two part series, I will outline the changes to the security model in System Center Configuration Manager 2012 (SCCM 2012) compared to SCCM 2007.

David Stein By David Stein - Wed, December 19, 2012 - 0 comments google+ icon

David is an author and consultant, working for Endurance IT Services in Virginia Beach, Virginia, specializing in Microsoft enterprise systems and Business Process Automation.

Windows 8 deployment – Part 9: Troubleshooting

The final part of our Windows 8 Deployment series will walk through the troubleshooting process for MDT and cover two common errors.

Joseph MoodyMVP By Joseph Moody - Tue, December 18, 2012 - 3 comments google+ icon

Joseph Moody is an admin for a public school and helps manage 5,500 PCs. He is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in Software Packaging, Distribution, and Servicing. He blogs at DeployHappiness.com.

Retrieve Data With Excel and VBA From an SQL Database – Part 3: Charts

In the last post of this series we set up our default formatting and built a subroutine that would reset it when the workbook is opened. We also connected to our database, pulled some information, and changed the formatting of our storage sizes. Finally, we password protected our code from prying eyes. In this post, we will create some pizazz for our workbook and make it more attractive by adding charts and a dashboard.

Andrew Jacops By Andrew Jacops - Mon, December 17, 2012 - 0 comments

Andrew Jacops is a system/network administrator with over ten years experience managing Windows environments and the network infrastructures they run on.

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