The first day of the Ignite was very exciting. Due to my MCT status, I still had access to the keynote without having been there at 7 am. With a bit more luck I got a seat at the main stage. This year the breakouts and demos of the keynote were distributed in the hub, … Continue reading „Ignite Day 1 – Recap“
It has once again reached me a feature desire, and here is the implementation. With version 1.58 the group policy templates can be saved from the central store. This is especially good when importing new templates that may be buggy. This even happens to Microsoft with the German translations for Windows 10 times quite often. … Continue reading „New version of get-GPOBackup“
Choosing the right edition of Windows 10 can sometimes be harder than you think for companies. For most companies, the cost versus functionality is a consideration. But which versions are there? More than one actually thinks: Windows 10 Home – No option for companies for various reasons Windows 10 Professional – a frequently used version … Continue reading „Choosing the correct Windows 10 Edition“
Today is day 0 of Microsoft Ignite. For me, it started yesterday already with the MCT day yesterday, practically on day -1. Unfortunately, I can’t tell you much about the MCT day, the interesting things are still until the official announcement under NDA. I can tell you a few things. The subject of learning is … Continue reading „Ignite Day 0 – First informations“
Unattended software installation is standard in many environments. But how does it work? With an MSI it’s easy, but not everything is available as an MSI package. But many applications bring their own methods. Since I often need this, here is a small collection for the more important programs. It doesn’t matter if this is … Continue reading „Unattended installation of software“
Some questions now, if I was already using the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT), why should I run Autopilot afterwards? There are several reasons why it can be useful, here are some examples: Provide virtual machines for testing with less effort. Deploy existing hardware with the latest version of Windows 10 for Autopilot. Install your own … Continue reading „Deploy Autopilot with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit“
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For a while, it was a bit quieter here in the blog. Last weeks I was a bit busy with Infrastructureheroes.org. Infrastrukturhelden.de also profited from that. This page was also improved, but all links should work. If you find something that doesn’t work, please let me know. The first translations are now coming online in … Continue reading „Heading to Microsoft Ignite“
In January 2019 I reported about the preview of the administrative templates in Intune. Now it’s time to see what happened. Meanwhile, the function is no longer in the preview phase and it has grown too. In the preview phase, there were 277 templates, now there are 3334. This number is divided into 721 device-specific … Continue reading „Administrative templates in Intune – incl. list“
Microsoft uses GUIDs in the error messages for the GPO Client Side Extension (CSE). If you have to analyze group policies regularly and find the errors, you might want to have a list. Since it works the same way for me, I started to collect. Here is my current status, I hope it helps you. … Continue reading „GUID List of Group Policy Client Extensions“
Update: Now with Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, Office 2016Update 2: Now with Windows 10 LTSB 2019, Windows Server 2019, Windows Server SAC, Office 2019 Windows Client operating system Operating system edition KMS Client key Windows Vista Business YFKBB-PQJJV-G996G-VWGXY-2V3X8 Windows Vista Business N HMBQG-8H2RH-C77VX-27R82-VMQBT Windows Vista Enterprise VKK3X-68KWM-X2YGT-QR4M6-4BWMV Windows Vista Enterprise N VTC42-BM838-43QHV-84HX6-XJXKV Windows 7 Enterprise … Continue reading „Key Management Service (KMS) Client Serial Numbers [Updated 2019]“
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