Just recently, here at 2Pint HQ – we’ve been noticing a big surge in interest in ConfigMgr Peer Cache, and the most common question that we get/see is – Should we use BranchCache or Peer Cache? As we’ve been testing the life out of both technologies for our […]
Quick Friday tutorial! Seems there’s a lot of confusion over the various ‘Download Mode’ settings in Delivery Optimization Group Policy. This the more detailed version of the settings that are exposed via the UI in the Windows Update settings. So we made a simple reference table for you, as […]
Had a thought the other day, why do I have to keep PXE booting these devices just to see what file name and other options, if any, I would get from my DHCP, proxyDHCP or IP Relay/Forwarding devices. Surely there must be a PowerShell script that lets you do that? Well there wasn’t. I did find […]
Well, a few fields, not necessarily our own fields…
OK now listen up!
Quite a few of you lovely folks have been playing with the new ConfigMgr Peer Cache feature in your labs. Unfortunately, it seems, that even in this day and age, your Lab happens to contain ALL your production […]
This is a simple Little script used to demonstrate how easy it is to script and play around with advanced feature in the iPXE Anywhere web service.
Basically we have two separate primary servers, but we want to be able to PXE boot from both of them, and choose at deployment time which one to boot […]
So, just a quick update – things move fast in the P2P world! I wrote about the new Group Policy Options for Delivery Optimization in Windows 10 a while back. Well with the latest release of Policies for Windows 10 1703/Server 2016 comes a few more Options for DO.
These new policies simply give […]
So really behind on the blogging of things, first out is the requested scripts from Ignite 2016.
Get the binary output of a Content Identifier
How do you get the binary output from a downloaded hash using PowerShell. This works for any file and is a great ‘poor mans hex editor’
#Get the hash
Get-Content "C:\SomePath\my.ci" [...]