This month we’re launching a new series called, “ConfigMgr Problems You Didn’t Know You Had and How to Fix Them.” This series of deep dives and webinars hopes to uncover some of the situations you might unexpectedly find yourself in. The best part is that we’re going to tell you how you can fix these problems! Near the end of the month, my good friend, Garth Jones , will join me as we host a couple of webinars. We’ll take an even closer look at some of these problems and solutions, and then take your questions. Below is a list of topics I’m working on.
ConfigMgr Problems – Topics
- Optimizing ConfigMgr Cache
Do you have a lot of devices with different size drives, different amounts of free space, and one Client Setting to control the size of your Configuration Manager Client Cache? That’s a problem! We’ll show you what to do.
- Hardware Model Support Tips
It’s challenging, to say the least, when you have to keep track of so many models. How do you know which ones are supported by the vendor for the latest Windows 10 Release? Which ones are out of warranty? How do you keep them organized in ConfigMgr? How do you block or allow specific models in your task sequence? We’ll share our tips!
- Low Disk Space Reporting and Auto-Remediation
Clients with low disk space prevent not only ConfigMgr from doing its job, but end-users from doing their jobs. See what you can do to make this task more manageable!
These are a few of the topics we will be covering throughout the month. We’ll be continually sharing deep dives into specific ConfigMgr problems complete with technical documentation before discussing them in the webinars, including the ones listed above and more. Make sure to check back to this page, https://www.recastsoftware.com/configmgr-problems-and-solutions/ because we’ll keep updating it. Have you run into problems with these topics? I’m sure you’re not alone! Feel free to reach out to me https://twitter.com/gwblok if you want to know more about this series.
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