A frequent question with System Center Configuration Manager is “where are my inventoried software items”? In many of these cases people are seeing the software detected and visible through resource explorer, but the software isn’t showing up in “Software Items”. [...]
Office 365 customers of a sufficient size will need to use Directory Synchronization and Active Directory Federation Services to make Office 365 both manageable and convenient for the end users. When AD FS is used users will access Office 365 [...]
The Office 365 Directory Synchronization tool is typically very simple to install and configure, and in most environments once it is up and running you rarely need to touch it again. However, if there is an issue with incorrectly configured [...]
I’ve recently been writing a bit on the topics of Business Services, as they provide a starting point for many implementations of Service Manager. The Business Services are used for informing our processes, as well as providing visibility into configuration [...]
Nate discusses in this podcast his presentation topic at MMS 2013: “Configuring Service Manager for Performance and Scale.” Nate is Concurrency’s Infrastructure Practice Lead, a Microsoft MVP, and a Microsoft recognized leader in Core Infrastructure Design, System Center, and Private Cloud technologies.
Building on my good buddy Christopher’s recent blog posts about custom forms in Service Manager (Part 1, Part 2) today I’d like to talk about how to add validation to your custom forms. This post assumes you know some of [...]