Monthly Archives: June 2014

Software updates that breaks your OS deployment process

From time to time Microsoft releases updates that requires multiple reboots. This would normally not be an issue for a device. But if you are deploying operating systems with ConfigMgr these updates will break your deployment process because the task … Continue reading

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Unable to PXE boot unknown computer after TFTP transfer error

You might have seen screens like this when PXE booting. It can be quite annoying, especially if it was an unknown computer running from a required task sequence deployment. When this happens you will not be able to PXE boot … Continue reading

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Extending the hardware inventory in ConfigMgr 2012

From time to time I need to extend the hardware inventory collected from servers and clients. In this post I’ll try to explain how to configure the hardware inventory to pick up data from a registry key. I created the following … Continue reading

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