An overview of my posts about ConfigMgr 2012 SP1

Let’s start my first post, of this new year, with an overview of my latest post about ConfigMgr 2012 Service Pack (SP) 1. Normally I’m not really the kind of person that looks back, but in this case it’s with a reason, as most of my posts where with pre-release versions of SP1. I also tried to sort all my posts per subject, even though sometimes there is some overlap. The following posts are all tested, this week, with the RTM version of SP1 and I can confirm that they are still working: System Center Orchestrator Tweeting the deployment status of a system via Orchestrator and ConfigMgr 2012 Using a Status Filter Rule to delete a collection membership via Orchestrator and ConfigMgr 2012 New and …

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Creating custom right-click tools with Orchestrator, Runbook Commander and ConfigMgr 2012

A few weeks ago I already wrote a post about the cool things that are possible by using Orchestrator in combination with ConfigMgr 2012 (and MDT 2012 Update 1). This week I ‘m going to show that there are even more cool things possible by using Orchestrator in combination with Runbook Commander and ConfigMgr 2012. Runbook Commander is a great free tool made by Neil Peterson and is actually a dynamic console extension for ConfigMgr that allows for console initiated execution of Orchestrator Runbooks. So actually this is a very cool tool to create custom right-click tools for ConfigMgr. Anything that is possible to run on a client via Orchestrator can be added as a right-click action in the console. The only limitation is a …

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