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kevinnns

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  1. kevinnns

    Hi from NL

    Hi all, Just saying Hello from The Netherlands! I've been lurking a bit on the forum via my RSS reader and saw some topics where I could try to share some of my solutions on the posted problems. So, time to register for that account 😀. It's great to see the information exchange on the forum and I hope to be able and share some ideas and off-course, pick up some new ones! I've got experience from Infrastructure (Storage Systems, Hypervisors) to Application layers(Exchange, Skype, SCCM), on-premise (VMware) to cloud (Azure, AWS, GCP) and I've been messing with SCCM for quite som
  2. @fj40ratt Is that dependency MS Visual C++ Redist 2015 or higher by any chance? The older versions just install older/newer versions next to each other as far as I've seen till now, but the 2015 and later was giving me a bit of a pain. This is mostly because MS has now made a bundle of the whole 2015-2019 C++ Redist. If a newer versions is installed -> Big fat error code, install failed and all that. So I was in need of a different detection method because each version has a different (MSI) GUID in the Uninstall hive of the registry (or used with the MSI detection). In the en
  3. You could use a Configuration Item + Baseline to build something that does this, pending on what you're looking for exactly. It's not Ideal, but possible. With the WFH I've hacked a Powershell script together to check if the SCCM Client cert on the system is about to expire. $Compliance = 'Compliant' $templateName = 'SCCM Client Certificate' $Check = Get-ChildItem 'Cert:\LocalMachine\My' | Where-Object{ $_.Extensions | Where-Object{ ($_.Oid.FriendlyName -eq 'Certificate Template Information') -and ($_.Format(0) -match $templateName) }} | where { $_.notafter -le (get-date).AddDa
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