NWSCUG for May 21st, 2021!

Greetings NWSCUG!

Register Now!

Join us again on May 21st online for another great NWSCUG afternoon! For this meeting, you’re (once again) invited to remain in your PJs, or dress it up on business casual, and join from your home or work. This meeting is open to all humans globally!

Simply register like you always do, and the day before the meeting we’ll send a Teams invitation to all registered attendees.

We will also be raffling THREE All Access Passes to ViaMonstra Online Academy!

We’ve partnered with AZSMUG and TCSMUG to bring you a great lineup!

Agenda below:

11:00 – Coffee Talk!

11:30 – 12:20 – A Holistic Approach to ConfigMgr Client and Server Health – Johan Arwidmark and Anders Rødland

12:30-1:30 –  Software Updates – Behind the Scenes! – Meghan Stewart

1:45 – 2:45 – Windows Device Identity – Jason Sandys

3:00 – Wrap-up Q&A

A Holistic Approach to ConfigMgr Client and Server Health – For ConfigMgr admins and operation teams the struggle for better ConfigMgr health is very real. The harsh truth is that unless you are managing a small lab with like 50 clients, you are very likely to never reach 100 percent client health (sorry). There will always be machines that simply will not fully cooperate for one reason or another. In this session, you learn about techniques and solutions to improve the number of health clients in your environment, as well as making sure the server-side cooperate as well.

Software Updates – Behind the Scenes! Meghan will dive deep into the bowels for WSUS to help you understand how the WSUS hot dogs are made. Bring your questions!

Windows Device Identity – A session to discuss the current state of Windows devices and their identities including when to use each, why to use each, and the recommendations from Microsoft. Current gaps and the road map ahead will also be discussed.

About Greg Ramsey

Greg Ramsey is a Distinguished Engineer for Dell Digital - Services. He has a B.S. in Computer Sciences and Engineering from The Ohio State University and has co-authored many books over the years. Greg is also a board member of the Northwest System Center User Group and the Midwest Management Summit. ​Greg has been a Microsoft Endpoint Manager (ConfigMgr, Intune) MVP for over 14 years.
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