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  1. Thanks, I'm going to try this one!!
  2. Hi all, I've created a simple powershell just to add a new device into ConfigMgr, plus add this same computer to more collections. However, when I run the script there's a strange behavior. Script: $MAC = "00:29:15:80:4E:4A" $PCName = "TESTPC" Import-CMComputerInformation -CollectionName "All Systems" -ComputerName $PCName -MacAddress $MAC Add-CMDeviceCollectionDirectMembershipRule -CollectionId 00100120 -ResourceId $(get-cmdevice -Name $PCName).ResourceID (the last part of the script contains more collections, but for the purpose of the problem this is enough). If I run this script as it is, I've the following error: Add-CMDeviceCollectionDirectMembershipRule : Cannot validate argument on parameter 'ResourceId'. The argument is null or empty. Supply an argument that is not null or empty and then try the command again. If I wait a couple of seconds and I run the script again, with the same variables, the script runs without any issues. If I add "Start-Sleep -Seconds 30" before the adding the computer to the collection, the script also runs without issues. I'm assuming that I need to give time to ConfigMgr to refresh the data? Question: Is it possible to force this (refresh)? Does anyone had this before? Thank you in advanced!
  3. so instead declaring variables on collections, we can read the information on certain variables and apply different type of applications/packages and also language, on a larger scale, if we use this variable "default gateway", Thanks Niall, as always!
  4. Hi all, I've a couple of rules in my ConfigMgr to apply Office Updates and Windows Updates. Both are running fine but the group icons change a bit during the month. Since my rules are running every month, to retrieve the updates from last 30 days, I was wondering if makes any sense to remove the updates that expired or not. I mean, next month probably the new updates will replace the old ones in a new group I assume. THank you in advance for any comments on this.
  5. Hi all, Very simple question. If I create a app-v package of the Adobe Reader on Windows 7 and deploy it to workstations running Windows 10, will this work? I don't have setup on my lab nor production, therefore I was wondering if this could work or not. Thank you in advanced.
  6. It's not clear what you are asking. Creating a reference image it's a good practice if you want to include several things by default in your windows. Things I would recommend Frameworks or dependencies, or even settings. When you create the WIM file, add this image to SCCM and create a new task sequence that will use this image. Change the task sequence and add other applications that are needed. The reason not to include applications on the reference image is that you will have to recreate the image every time you have new versions. This way you only have to change a step in your task sequence. Hope it helps! Cheers!
  7. I had updates that required a restart. And I set the options to suppress reboots, but sometimes it just restarts. I can't understand why...
  8. Thank you for your reply! It really helps me!! As for the "portal company" app that we install on the device, this app can be removed by the user? I mean, is it possible to prevent user from removing this app? Maybe a compliance policy will make sure the user cannot uninstall software from the phone? As for software to rollout to an user/device - which I did with 2 apps (Facebook app and CNN), I noticed that when the app is requested to be install it will request user credentials to install the app. This credentials are regarding user Apple Store, however if I wanna to avoid this user credential popup, I would had to have a VPP (Volume Purchase Program). And I think this is only possible if we an organization - I cannot test this. Correct? Thank you!
  9. Hi all, To anyone that has more knowledge about Intune with ConfigMgr (Hybrid Solution). I manage to install Intune and enroll my iPhone. I deploy 2 apps and it works fine. Then I tried to add my Windows 10 Enterprise (TP) client to the MDM. And here it's where I start to have some doubts. - I cannot enroll my Windows device, if it has already been added to ConfigMgr? Correct? - I manage to install the company portal and also to add my intune account into this device. But I can't see it in the Intune, only on ConfigMgr console. Is this normal? - For what I can understand, I can still create my company compliance policies and deploy these configurations to a collection of devices (using ConfigMgr console) and not the MDM. Correct? Therefore, I can't see my Windows device in the Portal company. Correct? - It sounds that the Hybrid solution is not very clear in terms of how it works with Intune. I understand that all the policies that we create in the ConfigMgr are used by the MDM to deploy them over our mobile devices (in my case only my phone). But if I create additional devices (workstation) and try to managed, I can create policies and deploy it to collection, however, only when the computer is in the company network, the computer will be able to load these new policies. Correct? hmm.. I really appreciate any information that helps me to understand a bit more about MDM. It sounds a bit complicated and more complex than I initially anticipated. Thank you in advanced.
  10. This is because you are using the ADK that has this issue (10.0.58610.0)... if you patch the boot image things will be ok...
  11. Make sure your account is full administrator and also has privileges as admin in the sql server. I had an error (maybe like this) on my upgrade because I didn't had enough permissions on the SQL server...
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