We’re really excited about the improvements that we’ve made since the initial Preview release just a month ago.
What if there was a new way to look at the Configuration Manager console that was easy to teach new staff members to learn and use, gives staff members access to just the features they need & is available everywhere we need it without the app install
I’m sure that by now the majority of you reading this article have already updated to Configuration Manager current branch, and have implemented one of the four production releases so far, with 1610 being the latest and greatest release. http://cires
Here is a quick recap of just a handful of the cool new features in it that you may find very useful.
The Calendars in the Portal can be very useful but very confusing if all of the items on it are the same color. This blog is a deep-dive on how to build a Calendar from scratch which allows for additional options.
Before things get too busy at the start of the year, now is a great time to get up to date with Configuration Manager.
How to make Orchestrator, PowerShell, and Configuration Manager work together.
The Cireson Portal for Configuration Manager (CMP) is a web-based experience to help manage and standardize daily tasks outside of the native Configuration Manager Console. Empower everyone on your IT team with anywhere, anytime access to inventory data, collection membership, software management and deployment, OSD management and deployment, and…
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