オフライン 用途の SCCM CB 環境からソフトウェア更新プログラムのカタログとコンテンツをダウンロードする方法について

みなさん、こんにちは。 日本マイクロソフト System Center Configuration Manager サポートの日下です。   今回は、System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch (以下、SCCM CB) を、非インターネット接続環境の、オフライン環境で SCCM CB を運用される場合に、ソフトウェア更新プログラムのカタログ情報とコンテンツを上位 WSUS サーバーから取得する方法をご紹介致します。   <はじめに> ソフトウェア更新プログラムはカタログ情報とコンテンツ情報の 2 つがございます。 オフライン環境で更新プログラムの情報を入手する場合には、カタログ情報を同期してから、ソフトウェア更新プログラムの展開時に、コンテンツ情報をダウンロードする必要がございます。 今回は前提条件を基にシナリオ ベースで手順をご紹介致します。   <目次> (1) 前提条件の確認 (2) カタログのインポート (HTTP or HTTPS 通信) (3) コンテンツのダウンロード (SMB 通信)   ====================================== (1) 前提条件の確認 ======================================   ・構成イメージ   ※ 下位 WSUS…


CMG with just One Cert

You read it correct! Cloud Management Gateway has evolved and its now easier than ever to deploy one. All you need is a single Web Server Authentication Certificate from a public CA. What changed? Primarily the introduction of a new feature in ConfigMgr 1806 called Enhanced HTTP Site System which replaces the requirement of an…


Don’t forget the provider!!!

I have seen across the internet where folks have been frustrated, unable to remove a site system that used to perform some role in SCCM.  The prior role (DP, MP, etc.) was removed and now it only has two roles listed, “Component Server” and “Site System”.  When attempting to delete it  you can’t, because of…


(SCCM) Tip of the Day: System Center Updates Publisher adds support for new OSes

Today’s tip… SCUP (System Center Updates Publisher) enables independent software vendors or line-of-business application developers to manage custom updates. Using SCUP, you can: Import updates from external catalogs (non-Microsoft update catalogs). Modify update definitions including applicability, and deployment metadata. Export updates to external catalogs. Publish updates to an update server. An updated version of System…


Our journey to peer content distribution

The lead up               Here within Microsoft we pride ourselves as being the “first and best” consumer of ConfigMgr features.  With that comes early learning and a little bit of pain as we try features early in the development cycle, and with code that is sometimes not fully tested or implemented as full as envisioned. …

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Extending Hardware Inventory for System Center Configuration Manager

Hello everyone, Jonathan Warnken here, and I am a Premier Field Engineer (PFE) for Microsoft. I primarily support Configuration Manager and I have been getting a lot of questions recently on how to collect custom information and include it in the device inventory within Configuration Manager. I wanted to share one way to accomplish this that…


How Client Assignment and Client Push Happen in SCCM

Hello All! Prathista here from the SCCM PFE world to give you some insights about the client assignment process and how client push is triggered when automatic client push is enabled. Many have faced the issue that automatic client push is not happening, despite you have all the boundaries and accounts in place. This is…


A New Tool for your Toolbox: SCCM Collection Specific Report Template in PowerBI

Hello again everyone! Christopher Scott, Premier Field Engineer here. Recently I have started publishing some of my PowerBi report templates and received some positive feedback, so I decided to keep them going. This next template was designed to provide data insights into a filtered System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) collection. Below is a detailed summary of each…


OSD Video Tutorial: Part 21 – Troubleshooting

This is part twenty-one of a series discussing the Operating System Deployment feature of Configuration Manager.  This session is titled troubleshooting but focuses on options to enable troubleshooting scenarios versus specifically tracking imaging activity in the logs.  Topics include the phases of imaging and log movement between phases, configuring task sequences to support troubleshooting, enabling…


OSD Video Tutorial: Part 20 – Automating and Custom OSD

This is part twenty of a series discussing the Operating System Deployment feature of Configuration Manager.  This session is a discussion of automation and the deep level customization that can introduce truly compelling imaging scenarios.  Specific scenarios include the interface between task sequencing and Orchestrator, discussion of Imaging as a Service and customizing how task…