Where are the default SCCM Boot Images stored? Need to know where the default ConfigMgr boot images are kept so you can make copies before upgrading to a later version of ConfigMgr? Answer’s in this FAQ.
How do I install SQL Server 2014 for SCCM Current Branch? In this 30 page guide we walk you through step-by-step how to install Microsoft SQL Server 2014 with SP2 for ConfigMgr Current Branch (CB) / LTSB.
How can I see a list of all SCCM Components installed on a computer without using Configuration Manager Service Manager? Using Configuration Manager Service Manager to see the ConfigMgr components installed on a computer can be a pain. Here’s a … Continued
How can I see a specific Logging setting for a SCCM Component without using ConfigMgr Service Manager? Using the Configuration Manager Service Manager to check a specific logging setting for a ConfigMgr component can be fiddly. So here’s another way … Continued
How can I see the Logging settings for a specific SCCM Component without using ConfigMgr Service Manager? Using the Configuration Manager Service Manager can be tricky when you want to check the logging settings for a specific ConfigMgr component. So here’s … Continued
How can I see the Logging settings for a SCCM Site? ConfigMgr consists of a lot of components, each generating its own log. Trying to work out what the settings for each are can be a bit tedious, but here’s … Continued
How do I create the “no_sms_on_drive.sms” file for SCCM? Before installing any new ConfigMgr Site System role you should create the no_sms_on_drive.sms file for the reasons detailed in the What is the “no_sms_on_drive.sms” file in SCCM for? FAQ.
Can I run the SCCM Prerequisite Checker on a different computer? Yes you can run the ConfigMgr Prerequisite Checker on a different computer, but there are certain files you need and things you need to be aware of as detailed … Continued
How do I create the “System Management” container for SCCM? In this FAQ we walk you through the process of creating the System Management container for ConfigMgr using ADSI Edit.
How do I extend the Active Directory Schema for SCCM using “ExtADSch.exe”? In this FAQ we walk you through how to extend the Active Directory Schema for ConfigMgr using ExtADSch.exe.