In this post, I demonstrate how to use System Center Configuration Manager to evaluate clients for STIG compliance. The process at a high level is: Download the corresponding STIG compliance SCAP files. Convert the downloaded files into a CAB file for import. Import the CAB file into Configmgr Deploy the Configuration Baseline to the corresponding […]
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Microsoft System Center solutions can help you capture and aggregate knowledge about your infrastructure, policies, processes, and best practices so that your IT staff can build manageable systems and automate operations.
6/19/2017 – Docs. com is being retired. Here is the link on OneDrive. Update: Link for calculator updated. Any problems email, tweet, or comment. Thanks for letting me know. Update II: Link updated after continued issues downloading and editing by some. I moved the file to docs.com for sharing. Docs.com does require you to sign in […]
In this article, I will attempt to peel back some of the mystery that goes on with replication in Configmgr and provide some additional help when it comes to resolving replication issues, and they will occur. The Basics of Replication in Configmgr Configmgr underwent a shift several years ago as Microsoft tried to fix that […]
I have been using these shapes for my architecture designs after getting tired of using shapes that based on Vista. These are more modern shapes and includes two variations for servers and alternative shapes for most roles in Configmgr to fit different styles. I have included some other miscellaneous shapes and shapes for containers, BranchCache, […]
In this article, I will describe in depth how a package and program is created. Why the older package and program process and not the newer application model? The application method may come next, but mostly I wrote this to share the information with a peer and because it is more depth than most articles […]