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Deployment Web service – Version 7.3 published 4

Deployment Web service – Version 7.3 published

Today I published version 7.3 of the Deployment web service. Beside some small bug fixes and minor additions, three new features have been added:   1. SCCM Client Center support A completely new web service part has been added that’s exposing a couple of functions (55 to be accurate) from...

Easily access information from any database and publish it via a web service – Part 2 – The Web Service 1

Easily access information from any database and publish it via a web service – Part 2 – The Web Service

After we have configured the connection to our Database and created our model (see the last post for more details), we will jump now to the creation of our new Web Service.   Create a Web Service Lets save our changes and add a new item. As mentioned already in...

Easily access information from any database and publish it via a web service – Part 1 – The Database 1

Easily access information from any database and publish it via a web service – Part 1 – The Database

OK, (probably) my two last post regarding my MMS 2011 sessions, if I haven’t missed something important .   To be able to make our Deployments more dynamic and as unattended as possible, we need to have all the information available, that we need to take decisions automatically . We...

Michael Niehaus RIS style naming web service – Step by Step 1

Michael Niehaus RIS style naming web service – Step by Step

One of the interestingly often asked question is how to properly name a computer. And it’s sometimes incredible to see how much time people can spend on that rather boring and actually not really helpful topic. Anyway, one solution a couple people really like is to have some kind of...

Automatically remove computers from a collection and reset the last PXE advertisement flag after a Deployment has finished 0

Automatically remove computers from a collection and reset the last PXE advertisement flag after a Deployment has finished

Two of the administrative tasks you often have to do after a SCCM based Deployment has finished is removing the computer from the OSD Collection it has been added to start the Deployment (you don’t really want to leave a computer in a collection with an active OSD advertisement, do...

Deployment web service – Version 7.1 released 0

Deployment web service – Version 7.1 released

I’m happy to announce the release of Version 7.1 of the Deployment web service. The biggest and probably most useful change in this release is the implementation of NLog as logging provider. As already described in a previous post Add logging to your applications – NLog for beginners it’s now...

Add logging to your applications. NLog for beginners. 2

Add logging to your applications. NLog for beginners.

One of the most important aspects of your applications and scripts (beside their actual purpose)  is to log information about the currently running actions. On daily usage it might be useful to just verify if everything is working OK, or to have some kind of reporting based on this (logparser...