Deleting SCOM 2012 Management Packs With Powershell
Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Core…thoughts?
On my first installation of System Center 2012 Operations Manager (SCOM), I imported many more management packs than I should have. I went to delete the unnecessary ones and found out that you can only delete one at a time through the console. To speed up the process, I combined the guidance of Microsoft and […]
Using ConfigMgr (SCCM) 2012 to Monitor IE Zero-Day Patch Levels
Microsoft Windows Server 2012 is out there. Anyone using Windows Server 2012 Standard Core? How about the command line interface and PowerShell support? Leave your comments below.
As many IT professionals are aware, a large zero-day vulnerability affecting Internet Explorer 6-9 was revealed earlier this week. Microsoft released a “Fix-It” on 9/20/2012 and an out-of-cycle patch on 9/21/2012. Many organizations will be using WSUS or System Center Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) to deploy this patch to their environment. Details of this specific vulnerability […]