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Software Update Compliance Right-Click Tool

A free and useful tool for Configuration Manager 2012 This right-click tool for Configuration Manager 2012 allows analysts and administrators the ability to list all resources along with their compliance status for a specific update without having to use the Reporting Point. The tool makes use of an results grid and shows systems missing the…
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Piping command line output to the clipboard

Some of you may not know this but since Server 2003 you can pipe your command line output directly to the windows clipboard. For those of you who are still using XP (Shock, horror, gasp!) you can copy the 2003 clip.exe over to an XP machine and get the same result. My recommendation is you…
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Easy Service Principal Name Management

As part of assisting build engineers or working through operational acceptance planning, I often have to discuss or work with Service Principal Names (SPNs). For most people even mentioning the word SPN has them running from the many headed Cerberus¬† let alone working out how to actually use the setspn.exe commands. Once calm has ensued…
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