With the SCCM 2012 Configuration Pack for UE-V you can check your clients, if they are compliant with your desired UE-V client settings. If not, SCCM will configure the settings on the client…
The UE-V Agent Baseline does the following:
1. Starts the OfflineFiles service if it is not running.
2. Validates the SettingsStoragePath and sets it if needed.
3. Validates the SettingsTemplateCatalogPath and sets it if needed.
4. Verifies that the UE-V Agent is enabled.
5. Starts the UE-V Agent Service if it is not running.
6. Verifies that the Template Auto Update script runs as a scheduled task.
7. Validates that synchronized settings packages are within the recommended size.
I often had the problem, that deployed computers haven’t the right computername. Unfortunately they were named like „MININT-48ABCDE“…
Because actually we cannot install a pxe server, we’re installing the clients by USB or CD-ROM. For that, I have to create a Boot Media… so far so good…
In the SCCM Console, the wizard to create the boot medium will give you the possibility to create a „Dynamic Media“ or a „Site-based media“.
Choose “Site-based-media”, then you will not have the problem with the client name.
OR, if you need the “Dynamic media”, you have to add on the computer object in sccm the variable “osdcomputername” and as the value the needed computername…
As described in a eralier blog, in SCCM 2012 you have the possibility to set different client settings for every collection (before it was a setting on the primary sites ). But how it works?
One of a new feature in SCCM 2012 is the possibility to configure different client settings for every collection (in 2007 per primary site). This will help us in configuring different endpoint protection settings for different type of clients / servers. In this blog I will show you how to configure BASIC client settings for endpoint protection and you will see, that there is no need to deploy the endpoint protection client with a package :