Meet the Belgians at MMS DE !

MMS in general, if it's now MMSMOA or MMSDE, one of the best conferences around for me to attend or speak! The reason to be there is that their is no better community focused conference available where you could have a direct interaction during the sessions with MVP's and Product team members. If you know uservoice, well then you have a lot of walking uservoice options as interaction with Product team people like David James (Director of Product Engineering) and that is just priceless! We Belgians are greatly represented at MMS Desert edition : Dieter Wijckmans (MVP Cloud & Datacenter) : Opening with MMS 2018 Desert Edition Welcome Reception - That will be hilarious Monitoring Configmgr Patch management with log analytics! Best of both worlds?   Kenny Buntinx and Tim De Keukelaere (MVP Enterprise Mobility) : Enterprise Mobility Suite Part 1 & 2 But if you really want to go deepdive on technical Configmgr, Modern Management or simply Belgian Beer questions, come...
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Hybrid Mobile Device Management (MDM) and why you should plan for migration now !

Hi , Microsoft recently  posted a service change announcement in the Office Message Center to customers using Hybrid Mobile Device Management (MDM). Maybe you are one of those type of customers that need to take action as you are using SCCM + Intune in hybrid mode and this impacts you . MC146431 - Plan for Change: Move to Intune on Azure for your Mobile Device Management Since launching on Azure over a year ago, Intune has added hundreds of new customer-requested and market-leading service capabilities, and now offers far more capabilities than those offered through hybrid Mobile Device Management (MDM). Intune on Azure provides a more integrated, streamlined administrative experience for your enterprise mobility needs. As a result, we see that most Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) customers choose Intune on Azure over hybrid MDM. The number of customers using hybrid MDM continues to decrease as more customers move to the cloud. Therefore, on September 1, 2019, we will retire the hybrid MDM service offering. Note: This...
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Upgrading from ConfigMgr 1702 to 1706 gives you “Microsoft SQL Server reported SQL message 2627, severity 14” in your status messages

If you upgraded your ConfigMgr 1702 or earlier environment to Configmgr 1706 and in the status messages after the upgrade you get : Microsoft SQL Server reported SQL message 2627, severity 14: [23000][2627][Microsoft][SQL Server Native Client 11.0][SQL Server]Violation of PRIMARY KEY constraint 'SUM_DriverUpdates_PK'. Cannot insert duplicate key in object 'dbo.SUM_DriverUpdates'. The duplicate key value is (d8483f4f-0390-49db-b251-faf884dd8eaf Be aware that the Product Group are aware of this issue and are on a working on a fix. The result of this problem is that admins cannot see new Surface driver updates. Other than that, nothing else is impacted so it can be ignored. Hope it helps , Kenny Buntinx MVP Enterprise Mobility...
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