In Part I, we covered the configuration of Active Directory and the SCCM Management Point Server as well as the SQL Server. In Part II, we will be covering the Certificate Configuration needed for System Center Configuration Manager 2012. This
in Part I, I will be detailing the necessary steps to lay the foundation needed to install System Center Configuration Manager 2012 in your environment. I will be assuming a couple of things here. This series of blog posts assumes:
For the past several weeks I have been working in development on a project to implement both Microsoft’s System Center Configuration Manger 2012 (SCCM 2012) and their new Anti-virus solution Microsoft System Center Endpoint Protection 2012 (SCEP 2012). I used
Have you ever found yourself having an issue with installing some software, configuring an application, or running into a software bug? I’ve run into these situations many times over the years. The normal progression is to try the action again,
There have been people that have asked me about my recent weight loss, so I decided to take the opportunity to write out a blog post on it. There are many blogs, websites, diets, workout programs, workout machines, and so
I wrote a blog post over at OrcsWeb that gives an introduction to SQL 2012 AlwaysOn Availability Groups (AAG). This post explains what AAGs are, some of the features, and what you need to get started. You can find that post here.
I wrote a blog post over at OrcsWeb on setting custom SQL ports for multiple instances of Microsoft SQL Server to be accessed via SSMS. It walks through the troubleshooting process and how we resolved the issue. You can find
Using the Windows Phone WordPress on my phone, to do a test publication.
Recently I wrote my very first “blog post”. It was a write-up on (warning to my non-tech friends, be prepared for something you aren’t going to understand) “Accessing SQL 2008 R2 Named Instances with SSMS, Remotely, on Custom Ports”. I’d