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    Thank you for visiting my incredibly awesome site! My name is Todd Cramer, and this is my Blog where I plan to document and archive technical issues, solutions and other interesting topics that I come across.

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After upgrading to OS X El Capitan (from Mavericks) we were no longer able to access a shared folder from any Windows machine.  It would error saying ‘The specified network password is not correct’. The resolution was to change the network logon authentication mode on the Windows machine.  We changed it from Send LM & […]

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  • December 17, 2015 - 3:30 pm

    skip - great info! Thanks,this worked for me, even though I had upgraded from Yosemite (not Mavericks) to El Capitan.ReplyCancel

    • December 17, 2015 - 3:33 pm

      Todd - At your service!ReplyCancel

Today I noticed some unexpected behavior when using the ‘Include Collections’ rule in Collection membership (this also applies to the Exclude Collections rule).  When you select a collection that is the the only collection in a folder, it will also select the entire folder above.  This also selects all of the collections in the above […]

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There will come a time when you need to determine who created, modified or deleted a collection.  Here is a quick and easy method to get this information from ConfigMgr. Click on Monitoring. Expand Reporting and click on Reports. Right-click ‘All messages for a specific message ID’ and select Run. Click Values. Enter the Message […]

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Have you ever experienced the situation where an Active Directory account is continually locked out?  If so then you know how much frustration this can cause.  Whether it’s your own account or another user, it must be resolved before you are able to access any network resources.  Normally the locked out user is not able […]

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I was asked recently to build several Windows 7 32-bit  machines for user application testing. Since we don’t currently have an Win7 x86 image we would not be able to use our normal ConfigMgr Lite Touch build process.  These would need to be hand built from Windows media.  Rather than repetitively clicking through the setup steps […]

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  • August 20, 2018 - 4:28 am

    Morgan - Very useful, thank you!ReplyCancel

  • January 21, 2019 - 3:07 pm

    Kyle - Thank you for the tutorial. Helps explain how WSIM works and gives a working answer file for windows 7. Can be extrapolated to learn WSIM for Windows 10.ReplyCancel

    • January 21, 2019 - 3:34 pm

      Todd - You are welcome!ReplyCancel