Introduction Mobile workers that enable the business to be flexible in working and allows key Team members to work remotely and provide services that would require on-site work, for certain team members this means that key IT infrastructure issues can be remotely brought back online and the issues resolved without the need to travel to […]
Ok, guys as per the previous posts, over here in Sunny Lincolnshire we have a new network, its actually been through a few iterations from the last x6 Airport devices and the Cisco SOHO switch but I thought I would share the new network as it has been asked about since I mentioned it.
Awesome so we have made it this far in the current series of posts, it’s not an easy one to write and I know it’s not easy to read, now that we are at the last steps of the installation stage, I am even getting a little tired of doing it. So as a quick […]
Well Part 1 was pretty brutal and it only gets worse for you from here when installing SCCM, I may be a little cynical but I enjoy the configuration of SCCM more that the act of installing everything, I am far too impatient and it has never been an easy task to get SCCM ready […]
Something that I have been doing a lot more of for the last year or so and I have really gotten back into it. I dipped out when SMS 2.0 went over to SCCM 2003 (yes I am that old :o). I went off and did the RIS (Remote Installation Service) and later WDS (Windows Deployment […]
Wow, so it has been a hell of a long time between the blog posts and so much has changed and I have so much to share with the world, I would love to have an excuse as to why I have not written a post but I have been from London to Glasgow and […]
Firstly sorry for the long delay in posting it has been nearly a year since my last blog post and I am assuming this is going to be written for the pure benefit of myself and google analytics. Its been so long because I have been kept busy by Serco and the Lincolnshire CC account.
P2V Deployments – This is a brief outline of the steps required to perform a successful P2V (Physical to Virtual) migration. Whilst this is generally for the use of VMWare converter using a VMWare ESX host. The following steps for Hyper-V and other Server or non-server virtualisation products. I will not go into the full […]
After yesterday’s post, it really fired me up to do a few more of the old projects, even though my old formatting and typing as well as the information being somewhat out of date I thought I would still go over it and publish it rather than it sitting on the deepest depths of the […]
Windows Deployment Server – With all the talk of the Brexit and the unfortunate conclusion, the fear of the new beginnings I thought I would take a break from reading the news and listening to the political ramblings of the masses, and have a throwback Thursday and rehash some of my projects, this to re-write […]