What settings can I configure for SCCM Component Logging and what are their defaults? There are various logging settings that you can configure for each ConfigMgr component. In this FAQ we describe each setting, it’s default value and the possible … Continued
What is the “no_sms_on_drive.sms” file in SCCM for? The no_sms_on_drive.sms is definitely a file you want to know about and use in your ConfigMgr environment as detailed in this FAQ.
What Prerequisite Checks does the SCCM Prerequisite Checker run for SCCM Dependencies? The ConfigMgr Prerequisite Checker runs a number of ConfigMgr Dependency checks as detailed in this FAQ.
What Prerequisite Checks does the SCCM Prerequisite Checker run for Security Rights? The ConfigMgr Prerequisite Checker runs a number of prerequisite checks for Security Rights as detailed in this FAQ.
What kinds of checks does the SCCM Prerequisite Checker perform? What categories of checks does the ConfigMgr Prerequisite Checker perform? Find out in this FAQ.
What Attributes and Classes are added to Active Directory by the SCCM Schema Extension process? When the Active Directory (AD), Schema is extended for ConfigMgr the Attributes and Classes detailed in this FAQ get added.
Why should I extend the Active Directory Schema for SCCM? This FAQ details the many benefits you gain by extending the Active Directory (AD), Schema for SCCM.
We’ve just finished updating the When was each Technical Preview Capability first available and in which version of ConfigMgr / SCCM Current Branch? article for both the 1610 and Technical Preview 1611 releases of SCCM/ ConfigMgr Current Branch.
When was each Technical Preview Capability first available and in which version of SCCM? Trying to keep track of when each Technical Preview Capability was first available, and also which of these are available and in which version of SCCM … Continued
What are the Version Numbers of the SCCM Technical Previews? There have been multiple releases of the SCCM Technical Previews, but which version number relates to which release? Easy simply consult the table in this post.