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  • Blog Post: Reboot Pending Report, How to create the report.

    A few days ago one of my peers ask me a very interesting question, how can I get a report that show reboot pending machines. I told him this was not an easy task to be performed in ConfigMgr 2012 due to the many parameters that makes a machine in need of a reboot. So during my research I found one article...
  • Blog Post: You implemented a SQL Cluster for SysCtr 2012 R2 ConfigMgr and you forgot what?

    You implemented a SQL Cluster for SysCtr 2012 R2 ConfigMgr and you forgot what? I was configuring a SQL Cluster this past week and I always try to configure it the best way I can. The cluster was an all-in-one cluster type for multiple System Center Products. One of the key things I always remember to...
  • Blog Post: Talking Database in ConfigMgr

    Hello, ConfigNinja here to write to you about optimizing the site database in System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager. One of the areas we cover with our customers is the ConfigMgr site database. For the past few months I have reviewed data about the site database and ways to improve performance...
  • Blog Post: How to create an RBA capable report for ConfigMgr R2

    Hello all, ConfigNinja here trying to show you a few tips and tricks to convert your current custom reports using the new RBA(Role Based Administration) for reports. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn236351.aspx#BKMK_WhatsNew_Monitoring_and_Reporting This new feature on R2 brings lots of benefits...
  • Blog Post: System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager Released, It’s time to upgrade

    With this new release, it means a lot of things but one of the meanings is that we can take advantage of Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8.1. But how about if you already have System Center 2012 Configuration Manager in a Windows Server 2008 R2, what you will you do. I decided to upgrade to Windows...