It seems crazy that only 12 months ago, we were talking about Intune vs SCCM. As many of you know, Intune has been far more focused on being an access management solution to Azure resources; whilst ConfigMgr, on the other hand, has been a traditional systems management solution. So, for many IT professionals, it was never Intune vs SCCM, but rather Intune andConfigMgr.
Are you suffering from a slow running MEMCM Administration Console? One of the quickest and most simple fixes is to look at your current branch AV exclusions.
Whilst it remains important to protect our systems on a daily basis, Antivirus real-time protection can cause many problems on MEMCM site servers, site systems, and clients. We therefore find that exclusions are necessary where aggressive antivirus programs consider valid executables, to be high-risk processes.
The 1910 update has some important changes for MEMCM users, and I thought you might benefit from a short review with some links to more information. Protection is clearly one of the biggest material changes for many, so I’ve delved a bit deeper on what this update will bring to those interested in Bitlocker management.
The traditional approach to driver management is to only do it when absolutely necessary. You might have the odd occasion when a bug fix, or a feature requires a firmware or driver refresh, but if it’s working, you probably don’t need to fix it…unless it’s a Microsoft Surface device!
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