When we introduced one of our customers to the new and super fancy Software Catalog in SCCM 2012, one of the guys pointed out that the URL to access this was rather long and cumbersome to remember.
After upgrading to Windows 8, I ran into problems with Cisco AnyConnect
During a recent SCCM 2012 installation for a customer, we ran into some strange problems with the Reporting services point and the SCCM console.
I have two SQL related question that comes up in all of my ConfigMgr 2012 projects. Those are: · Where are we going to install the SQL server? · How are we going to configure SQL? Where are we going to install the SQL server Answering the first question often ends in a political discussion between the ConfigMgr. administrators on one side and the SQL DBA’s on the other side. Most of the ConfigMgr. administrators that I know, strongly believe in having a local SQL installation. I’m also a true believer of that for several reasons. Remote SQL installations [...]
Want to keep the local firewall on your management sevrers and the SQL? Use the following commands to open what you need – Remember to run these the commands on each Management Server in the Resource pool you use for network monitoring. On the SQL Server: Run this at the SQL Server who is to be Database server for your Management Servers netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name = SQLPort dir = in protocol = tcp action = allow localport = 1433 remoteip = localsubnet profile = DOMAIN netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name = SQLBrowserPort dir = in [...]