My way of keeping track of changes in Task Sequences
Along my years as a consultant. I have made several attempts at tracking changes in ConfigMgr Task Sequences. The obvious one being a note block and pen. Then, OneNote came along… Yes, I was taking notes before OneNote was born, Yes I’m aging. Thank you for that thought.
In the end, there is one method that stuck with me as useful and consistent throughout versions of Configuration Manager. I’ve had my colleagues and customers asking me about it and adopting it in their ways of maintaining Task Sequences. So I wanted to share it with you as well.
Speaking at MMS 2018
Speaking at MMS
I’m pleased to announce that again I’m able to speak at one of my favorite events => MMSMOA.
MMS really is giving you the possibility to connect with the speakers by making the speakers accessible to the audience.
This gives the audience the opportunity to really ask that one burning question which is bugging them for a while and gives the speakers the opportunity to connect even outside the session with attendees to see what really is important in the session and give feedback.
This event I again may speak with many of my close friends:
Together with Robert Hedblom I’m speaking about whether you need to use SCOM and or log analytics and we’ll discuss how to choose the perfect fit for your scenario
Together with Florent Appointaire I’ll speak about one of the most mysterious 4 letter acronyms out there at the moment: GDPR. How to become GDPR compliant and avoid the massive fines that are enforced
Another awesome session with Bob Cornelissen. This session will be all about how you can use the new tools that Microsoft is developing to augment your security insights and how you can monitor and report on the common security issues.
Together with Cameron Fuller, we’ll showcase what you can do with log analytics and data from all your connected devices. An out of the box session how you can get data in and even get more insights in your world with log analytics.
Another cool session with Robert Hedblom discussing how you tackle one of the most underestimated but very important aspects to stay safe and keep you safe: backup and restore. Make sure to attend this session to actually see how to start and test your DR and backup policies.
Looking forward to the event and hopefully see you there!