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Hi Excellent post.
Can you please post a link to download your new script that now allows for SSO instead of prompting users for their username and password.
Any updates on getting the OWA signature working? The outlook script worked like a charm, but the OWA would be very helpful!!
Nice interview. The XP/2003 challenge will hopefully dwindle over the next year or so as Microsoft finally lays both Operating Systems to rest and schools move on to newer kit or get left behind.
I do wonder if they plan on overhauling the UI in SIMS though for admin staff. It has a terrible tendency to jump around on the screen in AM7, accept clicks before the page redraws when loading leading to unwanted results (very annoying when trying to teach someone with double-click impulse!) and definitely overhauling the 3.11 style systems like Exams and Options! There are times when I wonder who creates the interface as they don't make it very pleasant to use for us admin workers when digging past front-office duties like timetabling, examinations and assessment.
Do we know if this is Google Chrome friendly?
I found this a really great article. Am hoping that a part 2 has been written? "I personally redirect to a local copy of the structure I have on the Server. This is maintained by a Startup Script. This I will cover in a 2nd part to this article, including the script used." -
Would love to know more about this as I generally use an UNC to the server but this takes sometimes quite a while on network that I have managed before.
Probably a daft question, but how did you guys manage to get the exe to install silently?
Clusters in my experience are way more trouble than they are worth.
Its a feature that could be good if you had 1,000's of servers but not really suited to single organizations.
Thanks for this. We're just starting our on our HyperV journey so interesting to read.
Nice to hear it is improving and listening to feedback. I'm not impressed they are still using SharePoint though.
I couldn't imagine going back to all those provisioning layers, and hassle of active directory accounts, changes to your core AD structure ect.
I still also don't get where the product is going. Is it a Parent Gateway? (which is what everyone wants) or is it some kind of replacement for Sims on the web? (which is what we want as well, but not in the same product or based on SharePoint)
Thanks for the heads up@fn-gm...glad someone has done the tested for me.
Just thought i would add that it works with Windows 8 as well as 7.
They are all linked on here now... but i will put a summary blog post up with them all on
Anyone know how to populate the start menu rather than just the all programs menu??
Really looking forward to this article series - how far away is the next instalment, as I'm about to start planning a couple of upgrades myself.
Thanks Stuart, it was a really useful day and your notes above are comprehensive.
Thank you for this post, lots of great info.
Did you ever get a chance to complete the Outlook Web Access portion on another post?
Hmmm... on 64 bit - I believe it will check just the 64 bit folder. You may have to use the two direct references rather than variables.
Ive got SCOM set up and the agent deployed to a couple of servers..
Is there any chance you could do a follow up post as to how I actually use SCOM please
Does entering %ProgramFiles%\ in the client software inventory look in both the Program files and Program files (x6) folders on a 64bit install?