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Query Defender ATP for Vulnerabilities: Part 1

Vulnerability Management is HARD Understanding patch compliance is mission critical task for all organizations regardless of their size or affiliation. What a lot of organizations struggle with is the different between vulnerabilities and patch compliance. As a result a lot of companies end up buying expensive third party tools to scan their environment for vulnerabilities, ...

ToDo with Siri

It’s just after the first of the year, and I’m sure those New Years resolutions are still burning in the background of everyone’s heads. What better way to accomplish those resolutions than using the tools we have available to us! Well, I tried to use Microsoft ToDo last year. I really did. I found whenever ...

ConfigMgr – 1910 User Policy for Multiple user Sessions

Building customer environments Something I like to do when building a new configuration manager environment is to create and deploy an admin tool box. This is especially easy when you have tools like PatchMyPC as you can pre-package certain applications like SQL Management studio using the enterprise plus subscription features. When I do this I’m ...

How To: Import the ConfigMgr Module – $Profile Style

Setting the scene If you are like me you probably find yourself frequently in a spot where you would like to import the Configuration Manager module to do this one thing. No one wants to open the console and load the ISE. No one wants to have to use the Snippet, I just want to ...

How To: Make VSCode Create new PowerShell file by default

VSCode Settings VSCode has become my and many other creators editor of choice. However, I find myself updating certain settings regularly. One of those settings is default file type for new files. An upside of changing the default file type is allowing the PowerShell extension to immediately parse your work. If you have not looked ...

Creating VSCode User Snippets for PowerShell

If you spend time working with VSCode you’ll learn there are cool functions like “User Snippets” you can customize. I’ve talked about these before on another blog and showcased creating User Snippets that allow you to import the Configuration Manager PowerShell module. I wanted to go a step further with a few more snippets I’ve ...