I just had the need to check all storage pool allocations in a VMM stamp. You could do that manually inside the console.
But it is always better to do stuff with PowerShell 🙂
Continue reading How to check your used SCVMM storage pool or LUN capacity →
after some time unused IPs will accumulate in your IP Pools. To free them of their caged misery and more importantly give them back for further usage you can use some simple powershell code to achieve this.
Continue reading How to return unused IPs to a SCVMM IP Pool – with PowerShell →
if you need to quickly setup a perfmon, it is always fun to click it together. And its also fun to do this at scale 😉 done this manually for 50 servers?… me neither!
Thats the reason why PowerShell is so awesome and should be used by everyone and for everything. 🙂
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Update* issue was fixed with SP2/R2 SP1.
A few weeks back I started to build a new build and capture task sequence for a customer and stumbled over this this problem…again. I had a script to look for those nasty updates from Alex Verboon which works fine if you have just a few Software Update Groups but is rather uncomfortable if you have many. There also was a script from the Deployment Guys which works for MDT deployments. Continue reading ConfigMgr Task sequence fails due to multiple restart updates. →