Announcement: SCAP Extensions 3.0 for System Center Configuration Manager is now available

The Configuration Manager Sustained Engineering team is pleased to announce the release of the SCAP Extensions version 3.0 for System Center Configuration Manager. You can download it from the Microsoft Download Center: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=48741. This new release of the SCAP Extensions was validated on August 28th 2015 by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST),… Read more

Screencast: Desired Configuration Management Series

Our team member Jason Lewis has recently finished his screencast series that covers desired configuration management (DCM) with Configuration Manager 2007.  The series on his blog consists of 12 screencasts that begin with an introduction of DCM and take you through the authoring experience for the different objects and setting types.  You can see the screencast series here: http://blogs.technet.com/b/jasonlewis/archive/tags/screencasts/dcm/… Read more

Screencast: DCM – Introduction

 Our team member Jason Lewis has started a new screencast series on Desired Configuration Management (DCM) on his blog.  The first screencast in the series is titled “DCM – Introduction” and can be viewed at his blog here: http://blogs.technet.com/jasonlewis/archive/2010/03/26/screencast-dcm-introduction.aspx   Some of you may have enjoyed Jason’s previous screencast series on System Center Updates Publisher, eleven… Read more

Duplicated Configuration Items and Configuration Baselines Revert to Original Name

[Today’s post is provided by Carol Bailey] Torsten Meringer (MVP) brought to my attention an interesting scenario that he ran into when his duplicated configuration baseline disappeared from his reports, and his original configuration baseline seemed to come back from the dead after deleting it.  Torsten had created the original configuration data on a test… Read more