|Sherry Kissinger's Articles|
Hardware Inventory Mof edit for .NET Framework Versions
12/30/2009 - System Center Configuration Manager
This updated mof snippet addresses v4.0 (currently in beta) of .net Frameworks.
SRS report writing for dummies
12/30/2009 - SQL Server
My co workers will likely laugh (under their breath) at me, but I felt I needed this step-by-step for myself, so I can reference it in the future, the next time I need to create a prompted SRS report, or one that links to another SRS report.
iPhone Inventory with SCCM - Apps installed, last backup date, Version
12/17/2009 - Hardware and Gadgets
Ever get some other group come to you, and ask if you can gather information on devices which have almost nothing to with a Windows-based operating system? Like an iphone for example?
Hardware Inventory - FolderSize on a Client
12/1/2009 - System Center Configuration Manager
This is a script + mof edit, might be helpful for people needing to find "how much space" is used by specific folders on clients.
Custom Mof Edit - Windows Updates regkeys
9/28/2009 - System Center Configuration Manager
Attached find a mof edit, currently formatted for ConfigMgr07.
MOF Snippet for ServiceDLL in registry - by request
1/19/2009 - SMS 2003
By request, a script + mof edit to pull back the values in HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\ <servicename> \parameters\ServiceDll
Find Hyperthread enabled computers
1/9/2009 - SMS 2003
Confirm your SMS2003 or ConfigMgr environment is reporting on 2 elements.
Finding seldom used computers in your company
12/16/2008 - System Center Configuration Manager
Todd Miller shared a neat MOF snippet. He had a need to find seldom-used computers in the organization so they could be repurposed.
Mini Monster Mof Builder Updated to v1.6
12/9/2008 - System Center News
The .hta builder has been updated to v1.6.
Advertisements do not enumerate in a remote ConfigMgr Console
10/29/2008 - System Center Configuration Manager
If you have a remote Administrative ConfigMgr Console (i.e., you install the console on a computer or server which is not the primary Site Server), you may notice that Advertisements do not enumerate.