A few hours ago, I just posted my auditing POC solution for Configuration Manager, and that solution also integrates with Log Analytics and Azure Sentinel.
In Configuration Manager, we can add Scripts, and if the Script is approved, we can execute these against a specific device or many devices or Audit Script related activities in Configuration Manager
A few months ago, Microsoft had an Azure Sentinel hackathon, and I thought that maybe I could build-up one POC solution for Azure Sentinel. My idea was to capture all the admin activities and send the data immediately off the Primary Site server. The reason why I decided to build this POC is that Configuration Manager and Azure Sentinel
This week I had the opportunity to speak at the Midwest Management Summit. This year I had two different sessions together with Ryan and Mike. With Ryan, we talked about automation capabilities in Configuration Manager.
Get-ChildItem is one of the cmdlets that you have used in PowerShell. On file s Get-ChildItem and Configuration Manager PowerShell Provider
These are the new PowerShell cmdlets in Configuration Manager 1902 CB. New-CMScript cmdlet is one of my favorite ones in this release.
(veel …) New SCCM 1902 PowerShell cmdlets
You can read Jason Sandys original post about configuring Per User Login Message -https://home.configmgrftw.com/per-user-login-message/
In this blog post, we are going to take a different approach to configure it. Jason Sandys configured the notifications through the registry and I didn’t like th My version of Jason Sandys Per User Login Message solution
This month somebody discovered a vulnerability in 7-Zip that could allow for arbitrary code execution. Latest version download count is much much higher than previous versions. Current download count over 15.000 downloads.
If you are using Configuration Manager for deploying software, then yo Create 7-ZIP Application using PowerShell
A few months ago I took down one of my Configuration Manager and PowerShell sites called CM12SDK.NET. Back in the old days we didn't have official PowerShell cmdlets for Configuration Manager and zero PowerShell stuff in SDK. That was one of the reasons why I built that site.
Now that we have quite CM12SDK.NET is dead
This is my first post on my new blog and starting from first of May I have plenty of time writing about Configuration Manager, EM+S, Automation etc. :)
If you haven't removed Windows PowerShell 2.0 from your systems yet, then you should do that definitely. In PowerShell 2.0 we do not Remove Windows PowerShell 2.0