In this post we are are going to upgrade Domain Controller from “Server 2016” to “Server 2019”, this is also known as in-place Upgrade. There are few Pre-requisites. You will need to run adprep /forestprep and adprep /domainprep manually. Adprep /forestprep needs to be run only once in the forest. Adprep /domainprep needs to be run once in each domain in which you have domain controllers that you are upgrading to Windows Server 2016.[Read more…] about Upgrade Domain Controller From Server 2016 to Server 2019
In this post we are going to create application for Office 2016 which can be deployed through SCCM. Before doing anything on SCCM, we need to customize the Office 2016 setup so that it can install the required components silently (without any user interaction).[Read more…] about Deploy Office 2016 through SCCM
In this post we are going to setup & cover configuring Boundaries for SCCM as part of SCCM Current Branch Installation Guide series
Why do we need Boundaries ?
Boundaries are required for 2 purposes:
- Site Assignment – Clients will get policies when assigned to a specific SCCM Site.
- Content Location – Clients will get the content from distribution point, hence proper boundaries should be defined so that they can get the content from appropriate source.
This post is part of SCCM Current Branch Installation Guide series.
In this post we are going to enable Client push through SCCM which will install SCCM client to all systems. Once Client is installed, they can communicate with SCCM Server to get the policies for deploying applications, patches & other stuff.
This post is part of SCCM Current Branch Installation Guide series
In this Post we are going to install the role “Reporting Services Point”. By installing this role, we can run hundreds of in-build reports to check various status of deployments, inventory, client status etc.[Read more…] about Reporting Services Point Role Installation – SCCM