Using signed PowerShell scripts with configuration items and applications

Edit: The deployment type detection method issue will be resolved in 1706 Current Branch. It will also be available for testing in 1705 Technical Preview. In the past if you wanted to use a signed PowerShell script as a configuration item detection method or deployment type detection method, you would see an error on the…

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SDK: 32-bit legacy programs interoperating with the 64-bit client using COM

Update @ 2013-06-21: CU2 has been relreased and has a fix for the CPApplet issues. Please reference my latest post about this fix. Update @ 2013-06-05: A fix for the CPApplet interfaces not being accessible from 32-bit processes will be released as part of Configuration Manager 2012 SP1 CU2. I’ll write a full blog post…

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SDK: How to create an Application with a requirement rule pointing to a global condition

In a previous post, I demonstrated how to create an application with an enhanced detection rule (EHD). Creating an application with a requirements rule is a bit more complicated. In this post I will provide a sample on how to do this using one of the “out of the box” global conditions that’s provided with…

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SDK: How to create a custom client using the client messaging SDK (link)

One of my colleagues, Minfang Lu has posted an introduction on how to create a custom client using the client messaging SDK. Her post expands on the sample.cs included with the SDK providing lots of useful information on how you can implement your own custom client solution. You can read her post here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/minfangl/archive/2012/04/25/step-by-step-on-how-to-create-a-fake-client-using-system-center-2012-configuration-manager-client-sdk.aspx Thanks,…

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