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  1. The access point should be using a third party cert, not your client machines. -Judical
  2. Hello, I have enabled the feature in SCCM for "Windows Defender Application Control". For some reason I cannot get the policy to push to any machines. Any ideas on what the issue may be would be appreciated. -Judical
  3. Hello, It looks like the download for that update was broken at some point. -Judical
  4. I am trying to prevent smsdbmon.log from getting spammed about Azure. Since I'm not currently using Azure I decided to remove the Azure connection. Every time I delete the Azure Service is comes right back before I can remove the Tenant. Any ideas how I can get around this?
  5. Hello, Has any devised a way to separate Office 2013 from 2016 (Click to Run) in a query? -Judical
  6. Are you using this Peter? Its pointing at the old Lenovo site that was removed just like the original script I had linked. -Judical
  7. Update to this. I called Microsoft and they gave me the missing files, problem solved.
  8. for /F "tokens=1,2" %%i in ('qwinsta /server:%COMPUTERNAME% ^| findstr "console"') do set tempVar=%%j
  9. Is there an up to date way for pulling this information with SCCM? This was the previous way to do it. https://sccmguru.wordpress.com/2014/04/24/hp-and-lenovo-warranty-information-in-configuration-manager-2012-r2/ This script is attached since its not available anymore on the site Can any scriptwriters in the forums try to modify the existing script to add this; $test = Invoke-WebRequest -uri http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/warrantylookup-SessionVariable ln $form = $test.forms[0] $serial = 'MJNECHL' $form.Fields["serialCode"]="$($serial)" $answer = Invoke-WebRequest -Uri ("http://support.lenovo.com"+ $form.Action) -WebSession $ln -Method $form.Method -Body $form.Fields $a = $answer.ParsedHtml.getElementById("warranty_result_div").outerText $a.Substring(39,10) -Judical
  10. Hello, Is there a way to do this? I have tried several different methods and it just ends up adding the computer name to admin group. When run a package from SCCM with admin rights %username% ends up being the computer name. Is there a way around this? -Judical
  11. I was hoping it could be done without a GPO. Looking around the internet people say they have it working with a similar script to mine.
  12. I am having issues trying to get the lockscreen to stick. It will show for for the first boot then revert back to a Microsoft picture. This is what I am currently using; echo f | XCOPY "%~dp0lockscreen.jpg" "C:\Windows\Web\Screen\img100.jpg" /HRCY REG ADD "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Personalization" /V "LockScreenImage" /T REG_SZ /D "C:\Windows\Web\Screen\img100.jpg" /F I recently added the registry entry but that isn't making a difference. Can this only be done through GPO or am I doing something wrong? -Judical
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