Lately, I’ve been working with Johan Arwidmark’s Hydration Kit For Windows Server 2016 and ConfigMgr Current / Technical Preview Branch. A great tool to enroll a full blown SCCM and/or MDT deployment.
Last week, I received the confirmation that I will host a session at TechMentor Orlando in November! The conference is being held from 12 to 17 November 2017 in Orlando, FL, USA.
Last Thursday, 9th March 2017, I was presenting at the 10th DuPSUG meeting. Unfortunately, because I had to much manual actions in my demo, I couldn’t finish it. That’s way I will describe a full run of the New-LabEnvironment module in this blog post. This will also be the last blog post regarding functionality of the module. On which subjects I will continue to blog? You’ll find out at the end of this post.
During the last month, I was busy completing V2.0 (or actually v2.1 ) of the NewLabEnvironment module. I promised to put it on steroids and in this blog, I’ll tell you what this means.
Today I received the confirmation that Ralph and I will host a session at the 10th DuPSUG meeting on March 9th 2017!
Hi there! On the last day of 2016, I’ve published a module version of the home lab script on the Powershell Gallery. So, this means easy download and installation, also when a new version is released. Which happened today, since I’ve just uploaded v1.1 of the module to the Gallery. In this blogpost, I’ll walk you through the installation and execution of the module.
After a short holiday in New York City and Christmas, I’m ready to blog again! Before modifying the script any further, I first would like to give you a (graphical) overview of the environment we’re aiming to build with this script.
Not a full blogpost this time, only a quick update on the GitHub project I’m blogging about.
On the 22nd of November, I visited Experts Live in Ede, The Netherlands. There were lots of good sessions, but one of them got my attention in particular. And that was the one on automating the (re-)building of your home lab, presented by Ralph Eckard. Fortunately, Ralph shared his scripts on GitHub, so I could start work with it myself.