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Midwest Management Summit
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Wednesday, November 12 • 3:00pm - 4:45pm
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ConfigMgr's new Application model comes with many great new features, but also some tricky complexities when it comes to using them in Task Sequences. Although these challenges can trip up even the most experienced ConfigMgr professionals, Nash and Jason lead you through all the common (and even some exotic) considerations for both Applications and Software Updates. If it works on existing machines, there is no reason it shouldn't work in your task sequence. Attendees will understand how Applications and Software Updates work while the client is running an OSD Task Sequence. They will be able to use the CI/DCM Model, Content, Application, and Software Update logs to identify the common issues and then implement them.

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Nash Pherson

Microsoft MVP and Senior Systems Consultant, Now Micro
Nash Pherson is a Microsoft MVP for Enterprise Client Management working out of Minnesota. As a Senior Systems Consultant focused on systems management and security, Nash helps organizations implement technologies like ConfigMgr, and helps them develop the people and processes required for success.
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Jason Sandys

Consultant, ConfigMgrFTW
Jason Sandys, Enterprise Mobility MVP, has 20+ years of experience in a wide range of technologies, environments, and industries and extensive knowledge in implementing and supporting all things SMS and Configuration Manager beginning with SMS 2.0. He is a co-author for System Center Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Unleashed, System Center Configuration Manager 2012 Unleashed, a contributing author to System Center Configuration Manager 2007... Read More →

Wednesday November 12, 2014 3:00pm - 4:45pm
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