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  1. Anyone know of the Sysprep section of a Build and Capture task sequence affects the rearm count? Thanks
  2. Thanks for the reply. I'll check this out. I'm actually stuck at the moment, it would appear I'm having some issue with the App monitoring server. I haven't had time to look into it as MBAM is not really needed in our environment and doesn't take priority. As soon as I can get back to it, I'll try out what you have listed above
  3. Hey guys, Quick question in regards to agent management groups. We had to setup up a side-by-side install for a bit to migrate our SCOM 07 environment over to 2012. We did this because we did not want to migrate any of the current data. The issue I am having now is that I need to remove the 07 management group from the agents that have been moved over to SCOM 12. I have a .vbs script that will do this and have already run it. Now I need to run back through my list of servers and check that they are only listing one management group, the 2012 one. Is there a scriptable way of doing this? I haven't found much in regards to it, and didn't have much luck in the SCOM management shell. Any help is much appreciated!
  4. Maybe I'm missing something here, but I don't see this option. In fact, I'm a little confused all together on this. I have installed MBAM and have integrated it into SCCM 2012. 90% or so of machines get bit lockered during an OSD task sequence. Only a few get bit lockered manually by our help desk. I'm getting confused looking at the group policy templates. I have to make sure that the key is always in AD, but I also need to utilize the MBAM/SCCM reporting to make sure machines are bit lockered. The group policy object seems to be more geared to encrypting machines. Maybe I'm over thinking this....
  5. Awesome, thank you! And for the client that are all ready deployed and their recovery key is in AD, just push out the MBAM client and let it do it's thing?
  6. Hello, I was curious if anyone is using MBAM and also storing the Bit Locker recovery keys in active directory? We are starting to Bit Locker all of our workstations, and we are currently storing the recovery keys in active directory. I was thinking about implementing MBAM also, but management wants the keys to be in active directory. Can you store the keys in a MBAM database as well as in active directory? My searches have given me conflicting information. Any help is much appreciated Ron
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