In this post I will show you how to check the task sequence reference package size. As we know that task sequence is a series of multiple steps which can include Operating system step along with other list of applications and packages, we might need to know the actual size of all referenced packages included into task sequence.(more…)
In this post I will show you how to enable the dark theme in configuration Manager console. This is the new feature introduced as a Pre-release in Configuration manager version 2203. Hence, we have 2 options available, one as “light theme” and another as “dark theme”.(more…)
In this post I will be discussing on how to change source service to WSUS for feature update rather than pausing it. If you are not ready with deploying feature update, then changing the source service to WSUS (if configured) is a better option rather than pausing the feature update using update ring settings in Intune.(more…)
In this post I will be discussing on What is Dual scan and its impact on WUfB policies. Once dual scan is enabled, it allows devices to scan against both Windows Update and Windows Server Update service (WSUS) but apply different kind of patches through this different source.(more…)
In this post I will be showing you how to find specific software update’s Package ID detail. Unlike Application / package which has a specific location and App ID associated with it, a specific update group can have multiple Software updates and those software updates can be part of various Deployment Packages.
By looking into configuration Manager console, it is not easy to find specific update part of which Deployment package. This can be an easy process by using SQL query.(more…)
In this post I will show you how to enable Debug and Verbose logging for SCCM client. Benefit of enabling these logging is to capture additional details for troubleshooting as default logging didn’t contain in-depth steps which are executing in the background while running any Configuration Manager related process.
Before enabling Debug and verbose Logging, let’s understand what it is.(more…)