All posts tagged Current Branch

cloudgateway-01Yesterday the ConfigMgr Product Group released ConfigMgr Current Branch 1610 to the fast channel. As part of this new version of ConfigMgr a new feature is released in preview.

This feature allows you to eliminate the fairly complex infrastructure that allows you to support the Internet based clients. This new feature is called the Cloud Management Gateway.

Read more

1606installedToday Microsoft released the 1606 update for System Center Configuration Manager. If you have ConfigMgr 1511 or 1602 installed in your environment you should be able to see the 1606 update soon in the Updates and Servicing node of your ConfigMgr console.

After 1511 and 1602 Microsoft is again releasing a major update for ConfigMgr, very impressive and a real great accomplishment if you ask me! Already looking forward to the new major update 😉

 

 

Read more

presentatie-aftrapYesterday I had the privilege to speak during the System Center Summer Night – BBQ edition from the System Center User Group Netherlands. During this session I talked about why Microsoft “moved” Configuration Manager to the servicing model, how companies should adopt it and work with it and shared some do’s and don’ts while updating Configuration Manager to for instance Current Branch.

During the session I got some questions about the telemetry data that Microsoft is gathering and using to make ConfigMgr even better :). As promised you find below the link I was referring to:

cb-upgrade-01While writing my chapters for the new Mastering System Center Configuration Manager book for Sybex I always create a lab infrastructure with one Central Administration Site (CAS), two Primary Sites and one Secondary Site.

Always a nice environment to test different scenarios to write about. Let’s today have a look how upgrade to the newly released version of Configuration Manager 1602 works and see how freaking easy this is.

 

Read more