On Twitter I asked the following to David James (Director of Engineering, ConfigMgr, Microsoft) and Johan Arwidmark (CTO @ TrueSec):
Because of the recent domain change of my blog, I decided to completely start over again with my lab in Azure. I’ve been working with Desired State Configuration Configs in Azure for quite a few years, but never used them for my own lab environment. It felt a bit overkill to do that, but now I wanted to start over and do everything right.
This step-by-step installation guide explains how to create a DSC Configuration in Azure Automation and how to apply this on your domain controller in Azure.
Home Assistant recently announced a brand new image of Hass.IO running on HassOS. I instantly ordered a new Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ to replace my older Raspberry Pi Model B, which was running Raspbian and Home Assistant. The guide below helps you with installing your new Hass.IO instance!
Today I’m happy to tell you that my blog is now on the Cloudenius.com domain!
Less than a year ago, I changed the domain name of the blog from jvrtech.net to jvr.cloud. Unfortunately the domain name (jvr.cloud) has never been greatly accepted by Google.
With Windows 10 1607, Microsoft introduced Dual Scan functionality, which allows the computer to connect with Microsoft Updates besides using WSUS or SCCM. Steve Henry from Microsoft: “It is for the enterprise that wants WU to be its primary update source while Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) provides all other content.” I’ve seen various blog posts not covering all the steps I had to take to ensure Windows only looks to SCCM/WSUS. Especially covering Windows 10 deployments with System Center – Configuration Manager.
This error message is related to Device Guard Code Integrity in Windows 10 and shows up in the Event Viewer under the Code Integrity folder. As of writing this article, the error message is not described in online documentation of Microsoft.
With the Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft introduced Windows AutoPilot. Windows AutoPilot is a service which allows users to enroll their device with the Intune/Azure AD tenant of the organization during the Out-of-the-Box (OOBE) experience of Windows 10. By using Windows AutoPilot, organizations can dramatically decrease the time needed to configure a new device. During Microsoft Tech Summit 2018 in Amsterdam, Michael Niehaus announced some exciting new features which I will discuss in this blog post too.