Welcome to Part 4c of my System Centre Configuration Manager (SCCM) series! Yes.... this one has been a while coming - so Im going to give you two for you money today! So - this time round we are going to finish off the building your first Windows 7 image. After anything specific Ive not covered, or that you think Ive missed, please comment or send me a PM. Alternatively, you can find me on Twitter @TheScarfedOne. Drivers - aka the HELL!
One of the issues
Updated 13th April 2012 at 04:57 PM by TheScarfedOne
Those who follow my blogs will remember that last Summer, I set about building a single platform system - based around Windows 7/Server 2008 R2. This post deals with the final part of the jigsaw relating to the Thin Client section - powered by Windows Thin PC (aka Windows 7 lite... it runs NT6.1)
This post follows http://www.edugeek.net/blogs/thescar...nt-part-2.html Introduction
So – if you are using Terminal Server, or to give
Thought I would give this a plug as I did this the weekend!
Place called Go Ape, this was one was near Cannock (Bham) but there are a number of them I believe scattered over the UK.
What a brilliant few hours out! I was quite skeptical at first but wow I really enjoyed it, it was a treat from the missis! I thought it was quite expensive (£30 quid each but we had 20% off) but its totally worth it!
Your up probably 60ft up at the highest
Originally Posted by Arthur It looks like Dell are on a spending spree. www.dell.com/wyse
DESKTOP PC FLOGGER Dell will buy thin-client vendor Wyse for an undisclosed sum.
Dell has spent the last five years trying to shrug off its image as a beige box shifter with a significant push into the enterprise. Michael Dell even said, "Dell is not a PC company". Now the firm is moving further away from its tin box roots by buying Wyse, a company that's well known for its thin-client
I've just ordered 4 new computers, due to serious failures in a few classes, and had an idea.
The new computers are licenced for Windows 7 Home Premium [SP1], but will actually be running Windows XP.
My idea was... rejiggle the licences around [Put the licence for the old machine on the new one] and then there'd be some decent Win7 lincences going spare. [which I may or may not have planned to aquire...]
Turns out, you can't do that.
Not a rant... More "omg my boss is awesome!" I just felt like sharing.
The following is an ACTUAL e-mail chain sent between the head and myself. [It's also backwards. Most recent at the top.] http://i41.tinypic.com/jzkhh.jpg
Not just any dragons... GANGSTER DRAGONS!
They can create some interesting results out of the blue.
NB: To protect the guilty, the names of both the trainer and the training provider have been omitted.
My recent training day experience was bizarre to say the least. I turned up late to the one-day course so perhaps didn't get off to the best start. I stupidly put the wrong address in my Google Navigation app and was blissfully unaware of this until I sailed past what I thought should have been (and was) the correct junction and ended up in the arse-end of nowhere. When I finally
Someone in my school is having a very, very bad day now, having inadvertently emailed a letter of complaint from one staff member about others round to the entire staff body by mistake. Entirely human error, but I can sympathise with the rock-in-the-gut feeling they must be going through right now.
Anyway, because Message Recall is bloody useless and in no way a reliable way of trying to stuff the cat back into the bag, I'm sharing the following code below what I have squeezed out
This article was originally posted on the Microsoft Schools blog on 20th Jan 2012 http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ukschools/ar...d-hyper-v.aspx Building School Networks for the Future - with System Centre and HyperV
One of our (many) friends over at EduGeek has recently done some work with Marine Academy Plymouth taking over their systems in May 2011. We have now a series which charts the process of
Updated 9th March 2012 at 11:56 PM by TheScarfedOne (Adding ping back)