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Find Who Uses Software in SCCM Users Collection

Finding programs and applications for users in an SCCM collection can be a challenge since much of the out of box SCCM reporting focuses on devices, not the users. However, with this simple PowerShell script, the headache can be alleviated. The script does a few tasks...

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Getting OS Versions of User’s Devices

Getting quick reports on users’ devices in SCCM can become time consuming. I have come up with a simple PowerShell script to get the OS versions of a list of users’ devices. This code will output the information to a text file in a table format that is easy to read....

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Winhoven Group Attains Microsoft Silver Datacenter Competency

Winhoven Group is excited to announce it has attained a Microsoft Silver Datacenter Competency, demonstrating a “best-in-class” ability and commitment to meet Microsoft customers’ evolving needs in today’s dynamic business environment and distinguishing them within...

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Importing Knowledge Article Documents into SCSM

First, go to Library and dropdown the Knowledge tab. In the Tasks panel, select Create Knowledge Article. The wizard will appear. Enter a Title, a Description if necessary and Keywords separated by semicolons for users to search the Knowledge Article with. Finally...

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SCSM Advanced Search

In addition to the standard search, System Center Service Manager also has an advanced search feature. This allows you to filter the search by properties for the specified class. To use this feature, start by clicking the arrow next to the magnifying glass in the...

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PowerShell Azure AD V2.0 Add a list of users to a group

Here is a simple but powerful little nugget for adding Azure Active Directory user to an Azure Active Directory group. User case: Microsoft has recently released functionality to grant O365 licenses to Azure AD groups which will automatically license the group’s...

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