ConfigMgr 2007 – Is there any way to get the Administrator Console to ‘forget’ the last node it was connected to?

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I find the Administrator Console is sometimes very slow to load as it tries to reconnect to the last node I used which can sometimes take a long time to repopulate. Is there any way to get the Administrator Console to “forget” the last node it was connected to? [More…]

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ConfigMgr 2007 – How do I force an update of the ‘Site System Status’?

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I had an issue with my Site Server running out of disk space on the D: drive causing some of my Site System roles to go into a Critical state under “Site System Status“. I’ve now freed up some disk space but even though I refresh the “Site System Status” node it’s not picking up the changes.

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How often does the ‘Site System Status’ node update?

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I had an issue with my Site Server running out of disk space on the D: drive causing some of my Site System roles to go into a Critical state under “Site System Status“. I’ve now freed up some disk space but even though I refresh the “Site System Status” node it’s not picking up the changes.

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[ConfigMgr 2007] How do I turn off the ‘Actions’ pane in the ConfigMgr 2007 Admin Console? UPDATED

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Updated to now include details of how to make this change permanent (as well as temporary) and how to toggle the “Actions” pane on and off:

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I’m working on a laptop and forever having to scroll right to see items in the Administrator Console. Is there anyway I can turn off the “Action” pane? [More…]

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WMI – List of WMIC CSProduct Get Name Results

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Fully re-designed and updated as part of the migration to the new site, the List of WMIC CSProduct Get Name Results is now available.

This page (sorted by Vendor and Model number) shows the results of running the WMIC CSProduct Get Name command from a Command Prompt to retrieve the model name from WMI. You can then use this in an Apply ...

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