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Jay-R Barrios

Jay-R Barrios has written 97 posts for LAB.DEMO

Windows 11 Autopilot

I finally got the chance to provision the Windows 11 Insider Preview build 22000.51 with Windows Autopilot. Windows 11 Insider Preview has been made available to people who are part of the Windows Insider Program and shortly after its ISO can be grabbed from UUP Dump. This open-source dump tool downloads the Windows preview builds … Continue reading

Setting Windows 11 Start menu to your left

If you want to set your Windows 11 start menu to the left, it can configured from the Taskbar settings Under the Taskbar behaviors > Taskbar alignment > Select Left. With this settings you can have your old start menu orientation back

Windows Autopilot: Something went wrong

Scenario When you are working on a Windows Autopilot project for one of your customers, at some point in time you will encounter this error. Something went wrong:Looks like we can’t connect to the URL for your organization’s MDM terms of use. Try again or contact your system administrator with problem information from this page. … Continue reading

Surface Duo eSIM Configuration

Setting up the eSIM Surface Duo supports both physical SIM cards and eSIMs, in my case I applied for an eSIM from Circles.Life, one of the mobile carriers in Singapore, after signing up they provided me with a QR Code just in time for the arrival of my Surface Duo. All I need to do … Continue reading

Updating to version 2010 ConfigMgr current branch

The 2010 update for Configuration Manager current branch is now available as an in-console update, but if you want to get your hands in to it immediately you can opt for the Early update ring. Here are the steps for updating it via Early update ring. As you can see in the console, Configuration Manager … Continue reading

Azure AD (Preview): Roles can be assigned to groups

Use cloud groups to manage role assignments in Azure Active Directory (preview) Now in public preview in Azure AD, we can now assign a cloud group to Azure AD built-in roles. Were groups can be use to grant admin access in Azure AD with minimal effort from the Global and Privileged role admins. Just take … Continue reading

Step-by-Step SCCM 2002 Installation and SCCM 2006 Upgrade Guide

This post will show the step-by-step process on how to install Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager (current branch – version 2002) as a Standalone Primary Server in a Windows Server 2019 lab environment from scratch and later on we will upgrade it to current branch – version 2006. Step 1. Primary Site Server Installation Prerequisites LAB Environment For the … Continue reading

How to upgrade Windows Server 2016 to Windows Server 2019

In this blog I am sharing how I upgraded my Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V host that been running an Intel NUC for a solid 3 years now to Windows Server 2019. Before anything else I’m taking my collecting my current server info (reference link: here) Open a command prompt and type systeminfo.exe. Copy, paste the info … Continue reading

Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager Technical Preview 1911 – Installation Guide

During Microsoft Ignite 2019 it was announced that Configuration Manager is now part of Microsoft Endpoint Manager and then on November 5th, 2019 the Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager Technical Preview 1911 was released to the public. This blog post will walk through the installation process of Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager Technical Preview. If you want … Continue reading

ConfigMgr Technical Preview version 1910

Availability If you have downloaded and installed the ConfigMgr technical preview branch, sooner or later you’ll get a notification that a new version is available for install. Note: Make sure that all Technical Preview versions are only to be used in your lab or isolated environment, in other words, don’t use them in your production … Continue reading