Archive: Posts Tagged ‘SCOM’

How to replace SCOM 2012 expired/obsolete certificates (Gateway and management server)

Commentaires fermés septembre 8th, 2017

Hi to all,

In this post, i explain you how to replace expired/obsolete certificates in SCOM 2012.

Let’s GO:

1-Recover new certificate (See this for more informations) > Here

2-Click on start menu  and select execute

3-type mmc

4-Select Add

5-Click on File >>Add or delete component… >>Select Certificate >>Add >>ok

6-Open Certificate >> Personal >> right click on personal >> All tasks and select import

7-Select your new certificate and import in personal folder

8-Use MOMCertImport.exe tool (present in SCOM sources=Supportstool)

9-Launch cmd prompt with admin right

10-Type this command line ( MOMCertImport.exe tool /remove )

11-Type this second command line ( MOMCertImport.exe tool )

12-Select the new certificate and valid your action

Done ! :-)

SCCM | Update 1704 for Configuration Manager Technical Preview Branch – Available Now!

Commentaires fermés avril 22nd, 2017

Hi to all,

Great news, the Update 1704 for Configuration Manager Technical Preview Branch – Available Now!

This month’s new preview features include:

  • Secure Boot inventory data – Hardware inventory can now determine whether the device has Secure Boot enabled (enabled by default).
  • Run Task Sequence step – This is a new step in the task sequence to run another task sequence, which creates a parent-child relationship between two task sequences.
  • Reload boot images with latest Windows PE version – During the “Update Distribution Points” wizard on a boot image, you can now reload the version of Windows PE in the selected boot image.

This release also includes the following improvements for customers using System Center Configuration Manager connected with Microsoft Intune to manage mobile devices:

  • Android app configuration support– Administrators can create an app configuration policy for Android applications deployed with Google Play.

Available HERE

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old source of Update:

Now Available: Update 1702 for System Center Configuration Manager

Update 1703 for Configuration Manager Technical Preview Branch – Available Now!

SCCM 2012 | The Update 1612 for Configuration Manager Technical Preview Branch – Available Now!

Commentaires fermés décembre 20th, 2016

Hi Geeks,

The Update 1612 for Configuration Manager Technical Preview Branch – Available Now !

What’s news:

  • Azure Active Directory onboarding – Creates a connection between Configuration Manager and Azure AD to be used by other cloud services, such as the Cloud Management Gateway.
  • Windows Hello for Business toast notification – A new Windows 10 toast notification added to let end users know that they need to take additional actions to complete Windows Hello for Business PIN setup.
  • Enhancement for online-licensed apps from the Windows Store for Business – You can now deploy online-licensed apps with a deployment purpose of “Available” to Windows 10 PCs managed with the Configuration Manager client.
  • Express files support for Windows 10 Cumulative Update – Configuration Manager can now support Windows 10 Cumulative Update using Express files.
  • Ability to block installation of an application if specified executables are running You can now configure a list of executable files (with the extension .exe) in Deployment Type Properties which, if running, will block installation of an application. After installation is attempted, a user will see a dialog box asking them to close the processes that are blocking installation, and then try again.
  • Ability to retry task sequence – If a step doesn’t work properly in the task sequence wizard, you can now click “Previous” to retry the process.
  • OData endpoint data access – Configuration Manager now provides a RESTful OData endpoint for accessing Configuration Manager data. The endpoint is compatible with OData version 4, which enables tools such as Excel and Power BI to easily access Configuration Manager data through a single endpoint. Update 1612 for the Technical Preview Branch supports read-only access to objects in Configuration Manager.
  • Data Warehouse for historical reporting – The Data Warehouse enhances reporting for Configuration Manager by storing long-term data for historic reporting.  This enables you to look at compliance, application deployment, and more, with reports that show trends over a period of time.

This release also includes the following changes for customers using System Center Configuration Manager connected with Microsoft Intune to manage mobile devices:

Update 1612 for Technical Preview Branch is available in the Configuration Manager console. For new installations please use the 1610 baseline version of Configuration Manager Technical Preview Branch available on TechNet Evaluation Center.

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