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Configuration Manager 2007 Documentation Library Downloadable Update for September 2010

[Today’s post is provided by Rob Stack] The latest downloadable update for the Configuration Manager 2007 Documentation Library has been posted to the download center. The September 2010 version is the newest downloadable update available and contains new material and fixes to documentation problems reported by customers since the last update was published for the...

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SCUP Catalog Authoring Best Practices

3/4/2011 – The SCUP Catalog Authoring Best Practice document has been updated. Language information has been added to the “Defining Metadata” section. [Today’s post is provided by Jason Lewis.  To view more of his posts visit his blog] Over the past year I have received lots of questions on how to properly author SCUP catalogs. ...

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Wrapping up “version 1” of Microsoft RemoteFX

Hi, my name is Chandra Shekaran, and I am the general manager for Remote Desktop Virtualization at Microsoft. In January 2008, I blogged about a new acquisition that we had just completed at that time, the acquisition of Calista Technologies. And while we weren’t able to tell you then when Calista would be shipping and...

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How To Expire Software Updates in System Center Updates Publisher And Synchronize the Expired Updates In Configuration Manager 2007

[Today’s post has been provided by Fei Xia] System Center Updates Publisher (SCUP) helps users to publish their private updates to Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) and synchronize the updates in Configuration Manager 2007. Typically users synchronize these updates with WSUS by clicking “Run Synchronization” in the Configuration Manager console. This manual synchronization process does...

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Testing Microsoft RemoteFX – Get the SP1 Release Candidate!

In March, Microsoft announced RemoteFX and how it enables a rich desktop experience for endpoint devices ranging from traditional PCs to the most lightweight of thin client devices. And in July, we provided testing guidance for RemoteFX using the Service Pack 1 (SP1) Beta – thank you for all your feedback on the Beta. Earlier...

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