If you haven't already, I strongly suggest you read my previous blog entries on this subject. This avoids me having to re-hash what I've already said! They are: http://www.edugeek.net/blogs/norphy/...cs-part-1.html http://www.edugeek.net/blogs/norphy/...cs-part-2.html http://www.edugeek.net/blogs/norphy/...onclusion.html
Updated 10th November 2014 at 11:19 PM by Norphy
So, in the fruity corner we have the Apple TV. In the red, green and yellow corner we have the Google Chromecast. Which is better? There's only one way to find out!
I've owned an AppleTV since just after Apple released the second generation iOS version so probably for two and a half years. It's been sitting underneath my TV ever since doing stirling
Assuming that you're interested in this, I would suggest that you read my previous three blog posts first. This will put this new post into some context and it saves me having to write it all again! Links to the previous posts: http://www.edugeek.net/blogs/norphy/...cs-part-1.html http://www.edugeek.net/blogs/norphy/...cs-part-2.html http://www.edugeek.net/blogs/norphy/...onclusion.html
So, At the end of my last blog entry I asked which agent is better: The Microsoft or the Parallels one? This isn't really very clear cut but lets try to answer the question.
So in the blue corner, we have the Microsoft native client. Its advantages are: Native SolutionOn the whole, easier to create and add applications to the ConfigMgr consoleA Client side GUI
Disadvantages are: Treats the Macs as mobile clients so therefore requires
Updated 15th May 2013 at 01:41 PM by Norphy
I actually started writing this just after I finished my last blog entry. However, a nasty bout of the flu and other things have got in my way since then and I just hadn't gotten around to finishing this post. Well, no more! Introduction
In Part One of this blog, I talked about the new Mac client for Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1 (God, that's a mouthful!). I talked about my impressions of it and how well it's been working so far. I also mentioned that
I've mentioned on the forums a few times that we're in the planning stages of implementing System Center Configuration Manager 2012 SP1. I'm now at the end of the planning stage and am moving towards implementation.
During the planning stages, we have been evaluating the Mac component of the product. My colleague @Roberto has written a little about it on his blog at It's Always My Problem. You should go read it. Go ahead, I'll wait.
I realise that this may not be an especially fashionable point of view on this and other boards (but it will be on certain ones!) but I like Apple. I've owned Apple computers since around 2008 since it became clear that Vista was a complete train wreck and I wanted something at home which I wasn't going to need spending hours buggering about with. Anyway, I bought an iMac and haven't looked back since. In the time since then, I've become a bit of a fanboy and I've bought an Apple Time Capsule (Sold
Updated 20th July 2012 at 11:49 PM by Norphy